12 Unique and Slightly Obscure Halloween Costumes

12 Unique And Slightly Obscure Halloween Costumes

In case you're having trouble coming up with ideas.


Halloween is just around the corner! If you're anything like me, you take it very seriously—which means it can be really hard to come up with a good costume. Here's a list to steal from (or at least spark some ideas of your own)!

1. Quail Man- Doug's heroic alter ego from the hit Nickelodeon TV show Doug

(For the record- I noticed this costume on a few other online lists but I sourced it from the depths of my own creative ingenuity)

2. Suzy as a raven- from Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom

3. Igor- from Young Frankenstein

4. Candace and Toni- from Portlandia's Women and Women First bookstore

5. Melanie Daniels- of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds

6. Charlie Brown's attempted ghost costume- from Peanuts

7. A Mod 60's Space Girl

(give cred to my sis for this one)

8. The Morton Salt Girl

Nicole Reyna on Instagram: “It's always a fun time when I get to dress up for Halloween at school. I went as the Morton Salt Girl this year, and the kids surprisingly…”

9. A Yip Yip- from Sesame Street

10. A Price Is Right Contestant

11. A Cute Lil' Flower Pot

12. Chuckie- from The Rugrats

Now go out and have a great Halloween!

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