Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Halloween Costume(s) 2011

I know you've all been waiting with baited breath to see what kind of absurdity I came up with for Halloween celebrations this year.

I started with a repeat from last year to fit in with my department at the office.

Now to find five Mickey's...

And now for the real spectacle.

I wore not one, not two, but three costumes all at the same time and randomly had costume changes throughout the evening for all five parties I attended.

I present to you...

*Drum Roll Please*

...Show Choir girl extraordinaire!  

First: Green Chiffon
Second: Pink Sequins, also known as Pink Elephant (I don't have photos of this one, but I think Keri does, so I'll post them when she posts)
Third: After a quick spin out of the Pink dress (really, I spin out of it!), the black sequin hottie hot nightclub number.
All accompanied by the Piqua High School Jacket.

Too bad I don't have any photos from the two parties last night, as there were ample creepers and creatures and cuties!


Dennis as the Mad Hatter
Melissa as Roxy Richter from Scott Pilgrim
Chris as a cowboy and Mr. Darcy in the background
Jodi as a Ladybug and Tiffany as Cat Woman - they are animals! And Roxy in the background
BJ as a tourist
Jon as the Goblin King from Labrynth

Side note: It is really super duper awesome when you can fit into your high school show choir dresses all layered on top of each other and not one of them is tight.  In fact, they were all quite loose.  The problem?  They may have been the most loose (by a good three inches) in the chest area.  Ah well, you win some, you lose some (literally).

1 comment:

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