From Area 51, to the always reliable Spongebob and the cat that got screamed at by the Real Housewife, there's a meme costume out there for every kind of person.
Here are 5 simple costume ideas for Halloween, because Halloween is stressful enough.
While there are dozens of stores that sell costumes that are ready to go, a lot of people prefer the DIY method, creating a costume that says something about themselves and their interests.
Maybe it's the looks or the money — it's probably a healthy combination of the two — but celebrities always manage to have the best outfits and ideas come October 31.
There are many ways in which you can create memorable costumes and Halloween decorations that can be used for years to come. Here are 5 simple tricks.
Nothing kills a Halloween buzz quicker than salmonella. A certain strain that's resistant to most antibiotics is on the loose in dozens of states, and it's seeping into holiday frivolity.
Costumes for dogs can be just as expensive those for as humans, but they're always better, because no matter what they're wearing it's yay Halloween dogs!
Odds are you're going to spend $50 on a outfit that's not even that great. Honestly, how many times can you dress up as a giant baby without it getting old?
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