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The Most Popular Halloween Costumes of This Year

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Barbie is the most popular costume this year, after the movie’s huge success.

As the spooky season is coming to a close with Halloween on Tuesday, here are the most popular costumes of this year.

There are always the more common costumes such as cowboys, princesses, witches, cats, pirates, or vampires. Still, many people this year are dressing up with inspiration drawing from various pop culture references.

Spider-Man is consistently a popular idea for trick-or-treaters, and this year is no exception. Especially with upcoming Marvel movies coming out, Spiderman is an easy, reliable option for anyone still unsure of their costume.

Spider-Man never ceases to disappoint for a Halloween costume. Photo by Flickr

 

 

As arguably the most famous singer of the year, it is no surprise that many people are dressing up as Taylor Swift. With dozens of “The Eras Tour” outfits or music video looks to choose from, there’s no doubt you will find a costume to your liking.

Next, although it might seem like Wednesday came out a while ago, it was really only released last November, so this is the first opportunity for Halloweengoers to represent their favorite characters from the show. With the spooky vibe of the series, this is a great choice for a costume.

Lastly, to no one’s surprise, the most popular costume of the year is Barbie. From Barbie and Ken’s roller skating or country looks, to Weird Barbie’s recognizable spiky hair, this movie, and all the inspired outfits are fan favorites, and reflected in this year’s costumes.

So, what are you planning to wear this Halloween? Anything on this list? If you still don’t know, consider some of these fun ideas and have fun!

About the Contributors
Fiona Morrison, Editor and Writer
Fiona is a junior and third-year writer for Pantherbook. She is on the FHS girls' cross country, basketball, and lacrosse teams. As well as being in Pantherbook, Fiona participates in Model Congress, SADD, and is a percussionist in the FHS band. She is excited to continue her Junior year on Pantherbook!
Grace Tucceri, Editor and Writer
Grace is finally a senior at FHS and cannot believe it's her fourth (and final) year at Pantherbook! This year, she runs Varsity Cross Country, serves as Student Government Treasurer, and executive produces the weekly Panther TV newscast. She also contributed a movie review to Headliners in Education, a national student news site, and partook in the New England High School Journalism Collaborative over the summer. Grace plans on attending college for broadcast journalism since her main goal in life is to report live on TV for a major network.