We Were Halloweekend 'Heathers'
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We Were Halloweekend 'Heathers'

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We Were Halloweekend 'Heathers'
Cyrielle Talla

Oh, October. Such a beautiful month. A month of awkward temperature transitions, cute fashion, and the best holiday, Halloween. More importantly, Halloweekend. As an avid lover of Halloween, I take the holiday very seriously. I spend months planning my costumes, and I get a little bit intense as the day grows nearer.

This year, my best friends and I continued our tradition of a group costume, and chose the infamous Heathers, from "Heathers: the Musical." To us, this was a step up from last year, in which the three of us were the Gotham City Sirens: Harley Quinn, Catwoman, and Poison Ivy.

"Heathers: the Musical" is based on the 1988 movie "Heathers," directed by Michael Lehmann. The plots of both works are basically the same, following teenager Veronica Sawyer as she gets in with the popular girls: the Heathers. They are the prettiest, meanest, and most popular girls in school. The Heathers are Heather Chandler, the “mythic bitch,” Heather Duke, the jealous yet smart second, and Heather McNamara, the head cheerleader.

For this Halloween, I took on the role of Heather Duke and donned her green blazer and a croquet mallet. Now let’s quit the talking and look at some pictures.

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Heather McNamara, Heather Chandler, and Heather Duke (left to right) take on the halls of school.

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Heather McNamara, Heather Chandler, and Heather Duke (left to right) spend their days in parks playing croquet. Oh yeah, they pose in front of cute fountains too.

Heather Duke takes a break from croquet, and enjoys the cool October weather.

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Heather McNamara shows off her well-done yellow ensemble, while enjoying the park views.

Heather Chandler is fierce, and always ready to get back to her favorite game of croquet.

Heather McNamara, Heather Chandler, and Heather Duke (left to right) show off their perfect coordination.

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Heather Duke, Heather Chandler, and Heather McNamara (left to right) are off to another game of croquet.

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