Glo's Latest Obsession: Daily Spooky Finds
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Skeleton Crew1 of 18
Serving mystery meatballs and slithering spaghetti at your next Halloween party? Keep party guests' fingers clean to the bone with these "skellie toile" white dinner napkins.
SHOP NOW: Skellie toile napkins, $15 (set of 4), williams-sonoma.com
Fit for a Queen2 of 18
SHOP NOW: Snake Charmer Necklace-Belt, $26, meetmark.com
The Last Straw3 of 18
Finish off your Halloween-themed fete with these black-and-white patterned straws—they'll make your cocktail concoctions (like the Bloody Mary and the zombie) even more to-die-for.
SHOP NOW: Black-and-white printed straws, $7 (for 24), libastyle.com
Brain Food4 of 18
Cupcake molds shaped like skulls will have you thinking up all sorts of deliciously strange recipes. Whatever you do, don't forget to squiggle the icing on top—a treat for anyone young and ghoul.
SHOP NOW: Baking on the brain cupcake molds, $13, modcloth.com
Branching Out5 of 18
These black acrylic dining utensils will add a little drama to your next dinner. The best part? The flatware is dishwasher safe, so you can skip hand-washing and focus on hanging out.
SHOP NOW: Madhouse by Michael Aram, $6 (for a set of 12), bloomingdales.com
Social Distortion6 of 18
Whether you're leading a séance or simply hosting a dinner party, this black candlestick—that appears to be melting and twisting—will cast an eerie, haunting glow—just the thing to get guests into the Halloween spirit.
SHOP NOW: Areaware distortion candlestick, $24, amazon.com
Lip Trick7 of 18
Black lipstick may seem like a just-for-Halloween look, but it's actually one you can wear post-costume party. For a wearable take on the fall trend, soften the look with a swipe of red or pink gloss on top and remember to keep the rest of your outfit and makeup simple.
SHOP NOW: Make Up For Ever satin black lipstick, $20, sephora.com
Ghost Stories8 of 18
Edgar Allan Poe's haunting poems and short stories are all included in this deluxe hardback edition with gold-trimmed pages. For those who aren't afraid of the dark, leave it on your nightstand for a little bedtime reading—if you dare. Mwahahaha.
SHOP NOW: Collected works of Edgar Allan Poe, $25, modcloth.com
Hint of Glint9 of 18
As the temperature decreases, the need for scarves increases. Wear this pretty khaki-and-pink version well beyond All Hallows Eve. Thanks to some subtle sparkle, the skull motif looks more glamorous than ghoulish.
SHOP NOW: Strass skull-print scarf, $30, mango.com
Screwed Up10 of 18
Inspired by the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, this steel skeleton can lend a hand (or two) uncorking your vino. And while he'll look right at home during the next couple weeks, he'll just look just as cool on your at-home bar during the rest of the year.
SHOP NOW: Kikkerland Day of the Dead corkscrew, $20, amazon.com
Fine Feathers11 of 18
Rule the roost at this year's Halloween party with Ciaté’s All a Flutter. The mani kit comes with 40 feathers that can be customized to fit your pretty little talons—an essential detail for any avian-inspired costume.
SHOP NOW: Ciaté’s Feathered All a Flutter manicure set, $25, sephora.com
Cereal Thriller12 of 18
Breakfast just got a lot more interesting to eat with this vintage stamped spoon. Trade in your usual morning flakes this Halloween (this spoon deserves so much more) and scoop up a cereal like Count Chocula or Franken Berry for a sweet, throwback treat.
SHOP NOW: ImSimplyHandCrafted Cereal Killer spoon, $12, etsy.com
Dinner Is Served13 of 18
With a ghostly white image on black, these placemats are reminiscent of vintage daguerreotypes. Use them at your next dinner party to set the stage for a haunted evening.
SHOP NOW: Archival placemat, $22, libastyle.com
Medical Marvels14 of 18
Can you eat your heart out? Now you can (plus some) with this 16-piece box of chocolates that details various human organs—from a heart and lungs to a liver and colon. So go ahead and eat a piece (or two) a day—doctor's orders.
SHOP NOW: 16-piece assorted chocolate box, $31, visualanatomy.com
Serve in Style15 of 18
Rather than serve milk from an unsightly carton or plastic jug, use this quirky little pumpkin with trailing vine handle. Bonus tip: Enhance the 2% with a bit of vanilla and cinnamon—adding the taste of autumn to your guest's after-dinner coffee or tea never smelled or looked so good.
SHOP NOW: Gourd-and-vine pitcher, $149, michaelaram.com
Scaredy Cat16 of 18
Add a little pounce to your daily routine with this slinky black purse. You can toss it over your shoulder or detach the chain strap and use it as a clutch. Either way, you'll be the cat's meow.
SHOP NOW: Cat-shaped black bag, $40, romwe.com
Trick or Treat17 of 18
Get in the spirit of Halloween with this set of skull baking cups. For a to-die-for presentation: Display cupcakes on cake stands and platters, layered with black lace. No one will be able to resist the temptation.
SHOP NOW: Skull baking cups, $2 (for 50), worldmarket.com
Soft Spot18 of 18
While this pillow's haunting skull print should get you in the spirit of Halloween, the inkblot effect makes it subtle and sophisticated enough to leave out year round—no bones about it.
SHOP NOW: Day of the Dead pillow, $30, cb2.com