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GETTING AWAY WITH THE SAME COSTUME TO EVERY HALLOWEEN PARTY

Yes, vinas. We know the Hallo-weekend struggle is real. You are one popular lady and were invited to 6 parties. You are ambitious enough to try to attend them all, but your selfie game is also very real. It’s important to you that your tagged photos don’t feature the same tired Halloween costume for all six events.

Here is the 1-2-3’s of getting away with murder with the same costume to every Halloween party:

1. YOUR FOUNDATION IS BLACK LEGGINGS OR A LBD.

Choose a costume foundation that is comfortable and sweat-resistant. You will be sweating up a storm, moving from party to party, dancing with your vinas, changing your costume in the back of a taxi. Be smart and wear your Lululemon lifesaver.

2. SAVE A HIGH-MAINTENANCE SHOWSTOPPER FOR YOUR FIRST COSTUME.

The most high-maintenance outfit should be saved for your first costume. With something as difficult as a grape costume á la purple balloons, your preparation time should take place at home – not in a moving vehicle or a public restroom.

3. SHORT APPEARANCES ONLY REQUIRE ACCESSORIES

For parties that are more for face value than extended stay, save the time and effort and put on an accessory, like a wig, hipster glasses, or animal headband.

4. SAVE FACE PAINT FOR YOUR LAST PARTY.

An easy transition into the last party is to face paint your face into an epic costume. Turn into the Snapchat dog filter or go full mime with a red beret and a trendy striped top.

(Featured image by Popsugar)

Freelance culture writer. Learned "how to read good" at Stanford. Self-proclaimed breadbabe, intersectional feminist and sci-fi and sports nerd. Dreaming of owning a farm one day and baking the perfect sourdough from scratch.

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