Frankenstein Friday

Halloween is less than a week away! Do you have your costume ready? As fate would have it, today just so happens to be Frankenstein Friday, right in time to get you in the spirit for next week's festivities. What is Frankenstein Friday? It falls on the last Friday of October and is simply a day to celebrate everyone's favorite crazy scientist and his famous creature.


Mary Shelley started writing her popular novel when she was just 19 years old. It was published two years later in 1818. If you've never read this bone-chilling tale, there's no better way to celebrate Frankenstein Friday than to pick up a copy. If you're looking for something a little less time consuming, try one of the many movie adaptations out there, including the classic 1931 film starring Boris Karloff, who gave us our modern interpretation of the stitched-up monster sporting bolts in his neck.


We want to give Frankenstein's monster some love, too, with these looks inspired by the big guy himself. Check out these very Halloween, totally Frankenstein fashions for your home and wardrobe:


Silvertone Lightning Bolt Necklace Jewelry Silvertone or Goldtone 3-piece Hinged Stack Ring Monsters and Mythical Creatures: Frankenstein Book Two-tone Nuts and Bolts Spinning Kinetic Fashion Ring 12" Skull & Crossbones Etched Glass Decanter Skull and Crossbones Double Old Fashioned Glasses (Set of 4) Goldtone faux pearl spider brooch Jaye.e. Split Hem Lightning Bolt Muscle Tee Street Revival Flower Skull Full-size 6-piece Bed in a Bag with Sheet Set Martha Stewart Pumpkin Mirror Clings (Pack of 12)

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Frankenstein Fashion:

1. Lightning bolt necklace

2. Hinged bolt-shaped ring

3. Monsters and Mythical Creatures: Frankenstein book

4. Nuts and bolts spinning kinetic ring

5. Skull and crossbones decanter

6. Skull and crossbones shot glass set

7. Silver twig candle holder

8. Faux pearl spider broach

9. Lightning bolt muscle tee

10. Flower skull bed in a bag

11. Martha Stewart Halloween mirror clings

 

Whatever you do to celebrate Halloween and Frankenstein Friday, we hope you have a monstrously good time. Do you have a favorite Halloween monster? Or maybe a horror movie villain that's always scared you? Let us know, and maybe he or she will end up in our next creature feature! 

 

 

Posted by Andrea Sparks

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