Halloween isn't just a spooky holiday filled with ghost, goblins, and ghouls. It's also a big moneymaker. CNBC estimated in September 2017 that $9.1 billion would be spent on Halloween. Of that total, $3.4 billion would be shelled out for costumes. The average consumer will spend $86.13 on their costume and honestly, it will probably be duplicated by at least a few of their friends.
If you can't stand the thought of being the 20th sexy cop to show up at your best friend's Halloween party, you might want to take a closer look at the holiday's most inventive and completely-homemade costumes. These people love Halloween and they know how to create a costume people will be talking about for years. Wait until you see Amazon Optimus Prime....
This Should Be The Official Halloween Costume Of Chefs
This guy figured out a simple way to show off his love of animated cartoons and creative Halloween costumes at the exact same time. We love this design because we don't know if there is a plastic mouse in his hat or just a cutout that is casting a shadow with the help of some installed lighting. If we've learned one thing about creative Halloween costumes, it's that they tend to be more celebrated when we are left scratching our head over how it was put together. This costume should the official choice of chefs everywhere...or at least in Paris.