Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday - Halloween Freebie

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by the Broke & the Bookish

Today's topic is about Halloween. It's a freebie one, so I decided to go with my favorite Halloween costumes, either that I've been or that I've seen others as.

Costumes I've been:
1. The 50's girl in the poodle skirt - I think is my standard go to costume for Halloween. It's simple and I don't have to do much to pull it off.

2. Medieval maiden - This was a fun costume for me. I loved the dress.

3. Clown - I was a clown once in college.

4. Donald Duck - My mom made this costume for my brother and I years ago. I remember wearing it in high school. Did you know the Village People had an encore appearance by Donald Duck in the song YMCA? Yup. A lip sync thing my sophomore year had me dressed up as Donald Duck for the group's YMCA.

5. Night Solution - Every year my Mary Kay unit has a dress as your favorite cosmetic item as a guest event. It's quite fun. And the Night Solution is by far my favorite product.

Costumes I've seen others as:
6. Jellyfish - A few years ago, my best friend's oldest daughter wanted to be a jellyfish. I've never seen anything that adorable.

7. Owl - My best friend is very talented. Her middle daughter wore this one and then last year, her youngest wore it. But it's super cute.

8. Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz - I'm not sure who I saw in this costume or when I saw it, but the child looked absolutely adorable.

9. Storm Trooper - I've seen this one several times over the years. I must admit that I've always been impressed.

10. Dinosaur - I remember seeing a friend's little guy dressed as a dinosaur when he was just a little baby. It was so cute.

4 comments:

  1. 50s girl!? SO cute. I love those kind of eras and even before. The fashion was stunning! :)

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  2. oh my goodness this is so cute! The jellyfish and the owl! My son only just turned one, but as soon as he can toddle, and has a slight grasp of the fun of halloween he'll definitely be getting a costume.

    My TTT: http://girlaboutlibrary.blogspot.com/2016/10/five-haunting-books-you-should-read-top.html

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