So you’re going out this weekend and you still don’t know what to wear? I’ve got you covered with 10 NON-BASIC, easy costume ideas that are sure to impress the 500 devils and Indians running around you.
An X Factor Judge
… or if you want to make it a group costume, all four X Factor judges.
Ray: a hat, sunglasses at all times
Howard: a waistcoat, occasionally scream WHAT
Ira: coloured contacts, draw on a permanent tear to wipe
Alex: a very poofy dress (improvisation is encouraged) and unpopular opinions
Kylie and Stormi
perhaps the most iconic phrase of 2019 needs Nadur representation
“Don’t touch me” woman
I apologise, this was without a doubt the most iconic line of 2019
You’ll need: a black wig, xenophobia, and lots of anger
You’ll need: an all-orange outfit
Pros: a delicious traditional snack, you’ll be like Eric from Sex Education
Cons: Maeve from Sex Education may mistake you for a Wotsit (but that’s basically a Twistee so this is basically a Pro)
Joe from YOU
While we’re on the topic of Netflix series …
You’ll need: a hat … that’s it
Pros: in true Joe fashion, you will become instantly invisible
Cons: people won’t be able to see your cool costume because of your invisibility
… for the carnival attendees that want to be covered from head to toe.
You’ll need: clothes that are at least five sizes too big, green hair spray colour (a carnival staple)
Pros: You will be very comfortable, food bumps will be invisible
Cons: You’ll be a bit of a shapeless blob (but that could very well be a pro)
… for the carnival attendees that want don’t really care about not wearing pants in public.
You’ll need: about 40 inches of hair and a big sweatshirt.
Pros: You get to not wear pants, spontaneous peeing will be very easy
Cons: not wearing pants in February is probably very cold