5 Last-minute Halloween costumes

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You've just been invited to a Halloween party. The problem is, it's tonight. What are you going to wear? Here are five costumes anyone can throw together just in time for the party:

Pop culture reference

Sport your best black suit and skinny black tie and voila! You are Don Draper from Mad Men. Black glasses, a yellow hair clip, a light-blue t-shirt and blue skirt make you Tina Belcher from Bob's Burgers. Any good sitcom reference is sure to make party-goers giggle.

Tried and true classic

Glasses, suspenders, a few pens in your pocket, and a dorky attitude make you the classic nerd. A red bandana, chambray shirt and some bright red lipstick give you an instant "Rosie the Riveter" look. Or there's always the go-to white sheet ghost costume with holes cut out for the eyes. (You can rub some dirt into your clean sheet and go as "Pig-Pen" from Peanuts.)

Delightful decade

Choose a decade and grab anything you have that resembles the fashion from that period. If you have a flowing top and some chunky heels, you're from the Sixties. If you have an old, cutoff t-shirt and sweatpants, you are an Eighties gym rat. Easy as 1-2-3!

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When I grow up

Try on a new occupation for size. Be a lumberjack with a pair of blue jeans and a flannel shirt. Wish you were Bill Gates? Toss a sweater over a collared dress shirt. You are now a billionaire. All you need to be a pro athlete is your favorite jersey and a baseball, football or basketball.

Welcome to the zoo

If you have a solid-color outfit, being an animal is simple. Want to be a black cat or tiger? Choose a tie to tuck in for a tail and start purring. Or, say hello to that zebra-striped print top you thought you'd never wear again. Draw on a black nose and whiskers or stripes on your cheeks for the finishing touch.

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William Feela
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I have not done a costume in so many years I don't remember what I was

Oct 20, 2017 03:47 PM #1
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Michael Eisenberg
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Thanks, Chris, I'll keep these in mind if nothing else materializes

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