Halloween is just two weeks away. Is your costume ready? If so, this piece isn't for you. However, if you're one of the many as-yet-costumeless folks, focus up. Halloween costumes can make or break your night, and we want to make sure that your costume sends the right message. What, you may ask, is the right message? The perfect costume tells the beholder two things:
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1. Something about your interests. Big fan of super heroes? Dress like Spiderman or something. But you're a TGR reader, which means that you're a skier/snowboarder/ action sports enthusiast. As such, your costume should convey to everyone just how much you love getting rad in neature. And no, you shouldn't dress as Saucer Boy; it's played out.
2. That you're DTF (Down To have Fun). It's not entirely clear to us why Halloween is the official holiday of inadequate clothing, but it definitely is. Maybe it's because everyone is keen to show off their hot bod one last time before winter hits. For whatever reason, it seems that roughly eight out of every ten costumes are "sexy" versions of whatever profession/celebrity/inanimate object is being mimicked.
For better or worse, the outdoors aren't a particularly sexy place. There are a lot of trees and rocks and shit, which is sick, but not super likely to get the people going. So, how does one express their love for nature in a way that also says "I'm down to have fun tonight?" Never fear, for Brendan Leonard has come up with eight solutions to this thorny conundrum. Thanks Brendan.
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