The song may be played out, but the geometric near-nudity of these Somebody I Used to Know costumes is always a good look.
Pick up a rack of triceratops ribs in your foot-powered car in these easy-to-replicate Fred and Wilma costumes.
Get goaty this Halloween with a pair of cloven-hooved costumes that should earn you a strong following of maenads.
With oil drain pans for wheels, this Segway costume should get you rolling this Halloween.
You'll need some light metalworking skills to make these riveting robot costumes. Or some creativity with cardboard and foil.
Frankenberry and Count Chocula costumes should score you some creativity points this Halloween. Milk it for all it's worth, and watch out for anyone dressed as a cereal killer.
The nameless, faceless stormtroopers get adorable in these kids' wonderful Star Wars costumes.
This is either a dead-on Monkey Island couple's costume, or a pretty darn good pair of pirates. Vests and sashes and khaki pants means you can probably finish this over a weekend.
This one stretches the definition of couple's costumes, but we'll go ahead and include it because CUTE.
$20 or so for a totally adorable pair of Pixar-inspired costumes. Scroll way down to see the ultra-easy Eve explanation.
Polystyrene sheets get a little warm inside, so this costume includes a built-in fan for comfort.
Sure, the author only documents the creation of a single green army man. But you can make more than one. That's allowed. A green army of one isn't much of an army.
Technically not a couple's costume, but a bold parent could easily strap a baby dressed as Clank to his or her back.
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