Unicorn Frappuccino, I mean say whaaaattt. The cutest! This costume is built off of a purple tutu leotard that we spray painted with pinks, purples, and blues to give it that marbled beverage feeling. Finish off the leotard by ironing on a Starbucks logo and white ruffles for whipped cream. Top off the unicorn Frappuccino costume with a purple wig and a whipped cream hat. Don't forget that classic green straw! Bath time has now become a Halloween costume!
When thinking about making a dinosaur costume, one thing comes to my mind: the scene in Step Brothers when Richard Jenkins confesses to his dinosaur dream. "When I was a little boy, I always wanted to be a dinosaur. I wanted to be a Tyrannosaurus Rex more than anything in the world. I made my arms short and I roamed the backyard, I chased the neighborhood cats, I growled and I roared. Everybody knew me and was afraid of me. And one day my dad said, "Bobby, you are 17.
We still can't get over the fact that Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie had a show where they entered the blue-collared world and worked among the rest of us. Recreate this 2000s throwback costume with one of your BFFs for Halloween this year. This blast from the past reminds us of "simpler" times. For Paris's look, we found a pleated denim skirt and a lace-up denim tank top from Amazon. Don't forget to finish off the look with a fake flower choker, high heels, straight hair, and thin brows.
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