Super soft, stretchy, and comfortable yoga leggings. Order these to make sure your next yoga session is the creepiest one ever!
• 82% polyester, 18% spandex high quality deluxe weave • Four-way stretch, which means fabric stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains. • Made with a smooth, comfortable microfiber yarn • Raised waistband • Precision-cut and hand-sewn after printing • Print on demand, no returns • Shipped separately from our printer, not from WytchWood HQ
The story of Samhain (pronounced Saa-wen):
Samhain starts on October 31st and is one of four main Gaelic festivals. Celtic belief says that on the night of All Hallows' Eve, the veil between ours and the spirit world is at its thinnest. The Dullahan, a dark Fae known as the Headless Horseman, crosses over and rides to the place where a person is due to die. When the horseman calls their name, they’ll immediately perish. He foretells death, but he has one weakness – gold. So use our bottle of liquid gold to ward him off!
Samhain is the ancient Irish festival that became Halloween as we know it and its because of these Irish roots that we have plenty of Halloween-worthy Irish legends and myths.
The Celts believed the year was divided into two parts, the lighter half in the summer and the darker half in the winter. Samhain, or Halloween as it is now called, was the division between these halves. The Celts believed that the veil between our world and the otherworld was thinnest at this time. Oíche Shamhna (October 31) is Halloween and Lá na Marbh (November 1) is the Day of the Dead, or All Saints Day when those who have passed away are remembered.