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Need some stylish Halloween ideas... help!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LaymanX, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. Willin

    Willin Senior member

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    Oh, COME ON! It's Halloween, the one party each year where you don't (and shouldn't) worry about style. It's about laughs.

    If you show up as a styled character you're just going to suck the life out of the party. I'm sure you have the reputation among your friends of being a stylish person to begin with and you'd only come across as a complete stiff if you can't "let your hair down" for Halloween.

    In the right setting women also appreciate men with a sense of humor much more than someone who seems like a stiff.

    Trust me, you'll be the lonesome guy in the corner if you show up as a character in a suit.
     
  2. AlwaysDressed

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    You'd be surprised what you can find at Party City.
     
  3. Texastyle

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    That would be amazing. Time to start growing an epic man beard.
     
  4. Cant kill da Rooster

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    Not very stylish, but dressing up like Dexter Morgan from Dexter show is always a choice. Black apron. Syringe. Bonus pts for having slides of blood and/or scalpel.

    Extra bonus pts if you have an attractive victim wrapped in saran wrap....

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    Hahaha OP I love your idea. I went as Bud Fox a couple years ago to our company halloween party. Adding the 1% sign to GG is a great idea. The people I work with would love that!
     
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    NO FUCKING WAY. MACGRUBER IS THE BEST MOVIE HANDS DOWN. I WAS TOTALLY GOING TO SUGGEST IT TOO.

    (serious about movie being hilarious. not serious about the mullet)
     
  9. Klobber

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    I would personally buy a Yoda mask and dress up like the little green dude.

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    T-AT dog is the most awesome thing I seen all day.
     
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  14. lonestarteacher

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    Went as Wyatt Earp three years ago with a nice waistcoat a tie and a pair of kiddie snap guns strapped to my legs. Accented with one of my favorite pocket knives and a cigar and it was a huge success.

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    Now Tombstone was a class western, possibly the best one after the man with no name trilogy.
     
  16. kungapa

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    Get a nice, very elaborate hand-made venetian mask. Preferably with a huge nose. Add suit/tuxedo.
     
  17. jrd617

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    Question mark suits are rising on the iGent hype cycle:

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    This was my version of that

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  19. lonestarteacher

    lonestarteacher Senior member

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    Heck yeah, but there weren't the most fashionable wardrobes in those movies. Very rustic though.
     
  20. Fred H.

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    Last year I wore a western hat (movie prop), jeans, boots, vest, and a *Kansas City Brothel Inspector* badge. My wife was a VERY sexy cowgirl -- *Miss Double D*. With my Winchester rifle and appropriate swagger, I proceeded to make a nuisance of myself all night... Here's a screen grab of my *Infraction* sheet:

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