Easy Halloween Costumes for the Unique Bookworm
Posted by Caitlin Monday Chloe McAlpin on
Halloween is right around the corner and what’s better than dressing up as your favorite book? Here at Overcup Press we found it hard to choose just one, so these are our top five costumes.
Shop local, if you can. We're sure you can find many of these items at your neighborhood thrift store.
Tolly by Maryanna Hoggatt: For the kids!
(Find the hat and gloves, sweater vest, and cardigan)
Ice Cream Work by Naoshi: For the ice cream lover!
(Find beanie, sunglasses, bowtie, and jacket)
Buckminster Fuller: Poet of Geometry by Cole Gerst: For the geometry nut!
(Find mug, glasses, jacket, and shirt)
The Field Guide to Drinking in America by Niki Ganong: For the master brewer!
(Find hat, shirt, and flannel)
99 Ways to Make a Pipe: Problem Solving for Pot Smokers by Brett Stern: For the stoner aficionado!
(Find sunglasses, hammer, and shirt)
We hope these costumes will put you in a spooky mood and ready to Trick-or-Treat to your hearts content.
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