This is Halloween 2020

Happy Halloween!!!

Things may be different this year but that doesn’t mean we still can’t have fun! Since this is the last Halloween of my college career my roommate and I thought we needed to bring back the duo costumes! Since everyone loved it so much two years ago when we did it. 

(Head to the bottom of this post to see my costumes from the past few years)

We spent a lot of time trying to figure out what to be this year. Ever since we met when we were paired together to be roommates freshman year everyone has told us we are so similar. Twins even. Which brought about the idea that we should do an opposites duo costume this year!

Many ideas were thrown around. Many Pinterest boards were made. (Mostly on my end… I am obsessed with Pinterest) And then we settled upon it. 

Fire and Ice

The next step was to go shopping for outfits so we headed to some thrift stores to try and figure out how to put it all together. We knew we wanted the outfits to be similar but for our respective costumes and then it all came together. 

Wigs, tulle skirts since why NOT when else can you wear a tulle skirt, boots and to top it off, the fun makeup!

I couldn’t help but immediately think of the heat and snow misers from The Year without a Santa Claus, and I’m not even mad about it. 

Spent the day blasting Halloween music, using youtube to play all the Halloween Just Dances’ and then throwing ourselves a Halloween party in our room just the two of us with music and movies and sweets.

Have a spooky fun Halloween!!!

What did you do this year?

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Here is a look back at the last three years of costumes. 

Freshman Year- I was Mary Poppins, we failed at making Lasagna and through a Halloween Party were we ate food and watched movies like Mostly Ghostly.

Sophomore Year-  I don’t think anything can beat this. Wednesday Addams and Cousin It was just too good. Check out my Instagram to see a video from this day.

Junior Year- I was Spinelli from Recess and stage-managed an Edger Allen Poe play.

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