With so much superstition surrounding it, Friday the 13th (tomorrow!) can be scary biz! Between black cats and paranormal activity, it’s no wonder some people want to stay inside at all costs. Instead of letting your Triskaidekaphobia (fear of the number 13!) get the best of you, why not step out and celebrate with a few spooky-cool accessories? In homage to all things scary, these five pieces are sure to bring any wardrobe back to, er, life!
This simple, classy scarf is fun and will make you feel like the cat’s pajamas! Or scarf. For a mere $15, design prototype’s Cat Print Scarf ($15 on Etsy.com) is long and airy and won’t make you cringe when reaching for your wallet. It’s also long enough to double as a belt so you get two fierce accessories for the price of one!
For a little bit of fun with your fright, Betsey Johnson’s Dark Forest Skull Bead Bracelet(SALE: $36.95 on karmaloop.com) is dead on. The tassel, heart and bead accents on this piece render it more sweet than scary. And the rhinestones are sure to make any outfit a scream!
A true fashion-forward woman can find beauty even in the macabre. This Jalda Pebbled Evil Eye Clutch ($118.64 on Endless.com) is elegant and versatile. Step out on the 13th with this piece at your side and it’s sure to be all…er…eyes on you!
If you really can’t drag yourself out of bed this frightening Friday, why not be warm and fuzzy in the meanwhile? The P.J. Salvage Ditsy Skulls Velour Thermal Night Shirt(SALE: $43.99 on Zappos.com) will keep you warm even if in a bone-chilling situation. It comes in a cheerful pink, which is a no-brainer if you need to brighten your mood!
This piece of bling may not appeal to the Arachnophobe in you, but your chic side will be crawling all over it. The Cara Topaz Spider Ring ($48 on Bloomingdales.com) is perfect to add a bit of pizzazz to blasé fingers while keeping the real critters at bay. This fabulous ring almost makes up for the real creepy crawlers. Almost.
GIRL TALK TIME: Would you wear any of these accessories? What are you doing for Friday the 13th? Will you be celebrating this creepy day or keeping it low-key?
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