Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Halloween Customes! Such Fun!

I always liked Halloween, but I think it got ingrained in me as a yearly celebration during my time at ECU. ECU has one of the biggest Halloween celebrations in the state. I went one year and never went back. The crowds and crowds of people all dressed up and drunk scared the crap out of me! But I still loved the excitement! I just avoided downtown like the plague!

THEN- Five years ago my friends the Inscoe's threw a GREAT Halloween party and from there it just got better and better and now it is a tradition. I am so excited for this weekend!

Here are some costumes of Halloweens Past:

an angel - homemade from a sheet and foil pipecleaners!

a cow girl

a geisha - spray painting my hair black did not turn out well!

1 of the 3 blind mice

a mail girl- I delivered mail to other party guests that had a dare on them- it was a hit!

a pregnant trailer park trash girl

a black angel

a celebrity incognito- I was lazy and put on a huge black hat and huge sunglasses

a mime

Here are a few pictures I could drum up:




I'm not a big fan of store bought costumes because they seem to be too slutty, so this year again I am throwing something together.

Care for any guesses?

What has been your best Halloween costume?

4 comments:

home staging said...

Hi. I also prefer home made costumes. My favorite one is the witch costume. It's very popular among my friends because of the hat and special black curly hair wig. It looks fantastic. And the whole image is supported by old broom which I have got from my grandma. I really enjoy this costume.

Take care,
Ella

Wani said...

One of my favorite costumes that I've worn was a '50s sock hop girl. I had a poodle skirt, satin jacket and my hair all done up. I wore my mom's old hornrimmed glasses... it was great!

elledee said...

cute cute cute! This is everything I've done for Halloween so far: http://glammed.blogspot.com/search/label/Halloween

AnnQ said...

Your Mail Girl costume with the Dares being delivered is an awesome idea! LOVE it! :-)