25 Relevant Halloween Costumes San Antonians Should Consider This Year
Undecided as to what you should dress up as for Halloween this year? Fear not. With a few evergreen ideas, here are 25 relevant ideas that are sure to turn some heads.
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Grab a lil white dress and apron, throw your hair back into a low ponytail and some chanclas, and you’re set to recreate Mama Margie’s iconic look.
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Someone who hangs out at Ingram Park Mall
If you’re really down, you’ll get the haircut and everything. Be warned, you may lead a life of petty crime if you do.
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A concha (or any piece of pan dulce)
You are what you eat — and you really can be this Halloween. Dress up as your favorite piece of pan dulce. If you’re really trying to get a conversation going, get a group of folks to cover all of the popular treats.
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The general public may not be as fond of Beto as they were last year, but he’s still a recognizable guy that may get some solid feedback from folks. Sport a pale blue button-up with the sleeves rolled up, get sweaty and flash that smile. Your costume is complete.
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Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker all enjoying retirement
While we miss the Big Three living it up on the basketball court, it’s still super romantic to think of the iconic Spurs players still being friends in their life after retirement. Have fun with how you dress up and channel their very different energies.
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The Tapatio guy / Cholula lady
And everyone will love you all the more for it.
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The OG Shea Serrano is out on the highest pedestal for lots of San Antonians, for obvious reasons. Do him justice by dressing up as him, from the bald head and glasses to the 6”4’ stature.
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Got buck teeth? This is the costume for you. If not, you can still make it work with a red crop top and hat.
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Want something spooky? Prepare to scare the shit out of everyone with your La Llorona costume.
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Though he prefers to be called the “Hispanic Elvis,” you’ll be right to go local and pay tribute to San Antonio’s one and only Mexican Elvis.
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