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Jill Zarin Decorated Her Florida Home with Fall Decor

While it’s not exactly considered sweater weather yet in Boca Raton, Jill Zarin is bringing all of the fall vibes to her Florida home with the cutest décor.

The Real Housewives of New York City alum’s daughter, Ally Shapiro, recently took to Instagram to show off the new additions to their home, including a variety of gourds, broomsticks, and other classic fall pieces. The home’s foyer also has a bit of seasonal décor with a bundle of vibrant leaves on full display. In a separate post showcasing the setup, Ally wrote, “Florida but make it fall.” 

Just weeks into autumn, Jill isn’t the only Bravoleb who has already gone all out in decorating for the season. Kyle Richards recently topped a table in her home with a flickering orange candle and chic velour pumpkins, quipping, “Yep, I’m that girl.” Over in New Jersey, Teresa Giudice has adorned the front of her home with stunning fall florals.

For some of Jill’s fellow RHONY alums, the start of fall means it’s time to get to work on their impressive Halloween décor. Bethenny Frankel has adorned her Hamptons home with bedazzled skulls, a massive inflatable Jack-O-Lantern, and a creepy toy rotary phone. Dorinda Medley, meanwhile, has a black Headless Horseman figure, a glowing candle, and two bowls filled with candy corn and candy pumpkins in her kitchen at Blue Stone Manor. After sharing a photo of her spooky setup, Dorinda teased a bit of what’s to come with the caption, “So it begins!”

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Gina Kirschenheiter Decorated for Halloween: Photos

For Halloween enthusiasts like Gina Kirschenheiter, October 1 is the start of “the most wonderful time of the year.” 

In an Instagram video set to Andy Williams’ classic holiday song, The Real Housewives of Orange County cast member showed off the new Halloween décor on her patio. While the pieces, including everything from skulls to pumpkins to a black cat, are perfectly creepy, the black-and-white color scheme of the props adds a chic touch to the spooky setup. 

It seems Gina is just getting started. Hours after sharing the video of her backyard’s festive new look, she posted another clip to Instagram as she loaded a massive, scary clown figure into the back of her car. Gina joked of the sight, “Just a typical Thursday.”

While Gina went all out last year on an incredibly elaborate haunted house in her home, complete with skeletons, a pirate ship in her driveway, and faux bloody handprints on the windows, this will be her first time decorating for Halloween at the new home she lives in with her boyfriend, Travis Mullen, and their combined six children. For her first Halloween in their new abode, Gina noted that she was “busting it all out” when it came to décor. 

Gina isn’t the only Bravoleb who is already bringing her A-game when it comes to Halloween décor. Bethenny Frankel recently showed off the creepy new additions to her Hamptons home, while Meghan King placed some seriously “spooky” props in her front yard last month. 

However, it seems no one takes Halloween decorating as seriously as Dorinda Medley. The Real Housewives of New York City alum has started decorating her Blue Stone Manor kitchen for the holiday, as seen in a recent Instagram Story showing a headless horseman figure and bowls filled with candy corn and

Bethenny Frankel’s Hamptons House Decorated for Halloween

Last year, Bethenny Frankel went all out as she decorated her Hamptons home with festive Halloween décor. Now, it seems The Real Housewives of New York City alum is looking to outdo herself. 

In an Instagram Story video Bethenny shared on September 27, her 10-year-old daughter, Bryn, picked up a toy rotary phone that was ringing. As Bryn put the phone to hear ear, a spooky voice blared through the room, saying, “Look behind you.”

As the mother-daughter duo proceeded to have a dance party in their kitchen and dining room, Bethenny showed off some more Halloween décor, including the silver and magenta bedazzled skulls she had on display last year, decorative pumpkins topping her table, and a massive inflatable jack-o-lantern in what appears to be her backyard. It seems even her dogs, Biggy and Smallz, are getting in to the spirit. In one snap, Bethenny showed one of the pooches lying down while wearing a blue and gold masquerade mask. 

Bethenny isn’t the only one getting a head start on decorating for Halloween. Dorinda Medley recently gave a sneak peek at the spooky décor at her Blue Stone Manor, captioning an Instagram video of a black Headless Horseman figure, a glowing candle placed on her kitchen island, and two bowls filled with candy corn and candy pumpkins, “So it begins!” In addition to adding a GIF and music to the clip, Dorinda also tagged Bethenny. 

Clearly, the friends and former castmates take Halloween seriously. Last year, Dorinda declared, “Decorating for Halloween is a tradition, a sport and my favorite game,” before adding: “The secret is to go with the flow and be creative. Blood, smokes and skeletons EVERYWHERE!”

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