October 20, 2017

15 Puro San Antonio Halloween Costumes To Consider This Year

With Halloween right around the corner, we have a few suggestions to help you win that costume contest. Keep it local and share you love for San Antonio on Halloween night.
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Spurs Player
You already have a jersey, now get some shorts, tennis shoes and a basketball, and then you'll be set for a good night.
Photo via Instagram, Spurs
Spurs Player
You already have a jersey, now get some shorts, tennis shoes and a basketball, and then you'll be set for a good night.
Photo via Instagram, Spurs
Lotería La ChalupaGo it alone or make it a #loteriasquadPhoto via Pinterest, Pinterest
Lotería La Chalupa
Go it alone or make it a #loteriasquad
Photo via Pinterest, Pinterest
Spurs Jesus
Local icon and everyone's best friend, a Spurs Jesus costume is sure to get you first place in any costume contest. 
Photo via Instagram, ffeno
Spurs Jesus
Local icon and everyone's best friend, a Spurs Jesus costume is sure to get you first place in any costume contest.
Photo via Instagram, ffeno
Henry the Puffy Taco
Show your love for puffy tacos  and minor league baseball with a Henry the Puffy Taco Costume. But as a fair warning, you may be challenged to run the  Taco Chase.
Photo via Instagram,  alamoconcierge
Henry the Puffy Taco
Show your love for puffy tacos and minor league baseball with a Henry the Puffy Taco Costume. But as a fair warning, you may be challenged to run the Taco Chase.
Photo via Instagram, alamoconcierge
La Llorona
Though the Mexican legend doesn't only apply to San Antonio, it's said that you can hear the legendary weeping woman who cries for her drowned child on the East Side near exit 591 of I-10. 
Photo via  Pinterest
La Llorona
Though the Mexican legend doesn't only apply to San Antonio, it's said that you can hear the legendary weeping woman who cries for her drowned child on the East Side near exit 591 of I-10.
Photo via Pinterest
Selena
Ok, this costume isn't exactly exclusive to San Antonians, but there's so much love here, we think it'd take a certain type of fan to pull this off. Respect the red lips and bustier, and do it right or don't do it at all. 
Photo via Pinterest
Selena
Ok, this costume isn't exactly exclusive to San Antonians, but there's so much love here, we think it'd take a certain type of fan to pull this off. Respect the red lips and bustier, and do it right or don't do it at all.
Photo via Pinterest
H-E-Buddy
If you're heading to a family-friendly event on Halloween night, be someone, or something rather, that San Antonians of all ages love. 
Photo via Instagram, nicolastharidiculous
H-E-Buddy
If you're heading to a family-friendly event on Halloween night, be someone, or something rather, that San Antonians of all ages love.
Photo via Instagram, nicolastharidiculous
Spurs Coyote
If you really want to be the life of the party on Halloween night, show up as the Spurs Coyote  — we guarantee this costume won't disappoint. 
Photo via Instagram, peeweeherman
Spurs Coyote
If you really want to be the life of the party on Halloween night, show up as the Spurs Coyote — we guarantee this costume won't disappoint.
Photo via Instagram, peeweeherman
 The Donkey Lady
Some say she’s the product of a fire that left her horribly disfigured, others say that she was a donkey herder drowned by angry men. Now like a spinster at a Halloween party, she stalks those who stay on Donkey Lady Bridge, located off of Applewhite Road on the south side, and is a staple to San Antonio's ghost stories.You can get your own costume at  costume-works.com/the-donkey-lady.html
Photo via Instagram,  ashtenthorp32
The Donkey Lady
Some say she’s the product of a fire that left her horribly disfigured, others say that she was a donkey herder drowned by angry men. Now like a spinster at a Halloween party, she stalks those who stay on Donkey Lady Bridge, located off of Applewhite Road on the south side, and is a staple to San Antonio's ghost stories.
You can get your own costume at costume-works.com/the-donkey-lady.html
Photo via Instagram, ashtenthorp32