One of my favorite Halloween activities is to go to costume stores online and in person and marvel at some of the cool costumes and laugh at some of the horrible ones that I run across. Why don’t we check out the best Halloween costumes I came across this year?
Hold on to my jacket, because you might get lost. I heard some kid got lost last year going through this place and they never found him.
Oh yeah, the Worst list is coming tomorrow!
I would be a liar if I said that Faora from Man of Steel didn’t give me a huge bone on. And this costume, while not being screen accurate, doesn’t look like a reintermpitation by the horniest frat boy on Earth, it’s respectful and hot and the same time.
This Tony the Tiger costume is amazing not for what it is, but for what it could be. All it needs is a bunch of fake blood around the face of the person wearing it and wallah! You have a costume of Tony the Tiger eating a victim.
This is a bit of a cheat, because it’s so flipping expensive putting it out of the price range of almost everyone. It’s 950 dollars. But before you freak out, this is about as close to a screen accurate Stormtrooper costume you’re ever going to get without having to go through the pain and expense of making one yourself. It’s actually a deal if you know how much time and agony it would save.
I’d pretty much throw out the wig and see if I could come up with a better one, but otherwise this Beetle Juice costume is solid. I think it’s funny that it’s being made this year, because the is also being made:
The Robin Thick “Twerk Suit” Halloween costume is obviously designed to be paired with the Miley Cirus “Twerk it Costume” (see the worst of when it’s posted!). The biggest difference between it and the Beetle Juice costume is the style of the button down shirt. Otherwise it looks like Beetle Juice is in some sort of asshole disguise.
Hot damn, that’s a great costume from Wilfred. I feel like it also gives you license to act like a dick, because you’ll just be in character. It’s a little pricey at 125 bucks considering it’s mostly just footie pajamas, but man so worth it if you can’t sew one for yourself.
6. Batman and Batgirl
Holy crap, these are some high quality 1960s era Batman TV show costumes. At least they look like much better than the average Batman costumes that Halloween stores sell. However looks might be deceiving. The reviews for the Batman costume are pretty dismal, which is a shame considering that it’s a 125 buck costume. The Batgirl one has got a much better review, so perhaps it’s still safe. I don’t know. Ladies if you get this costume be sure to send in pictures to help confirm if it’s good or not. Yeah… pictures.