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Halloween Ideas for 2011

By Jan Reese

It’s just about that time once again. Halloween is almost here, which means that it’s time to finally motivate and figure out what you’ll be wearing this year. Don’t be like everyone else, waiting until the end.

Do you really want to end up browsing through a crowded Halloween store at the very last moment, rummaging through the remains of the costumes that everyone else pushed aside? No one does, but we just as easily find ourselves in that kind of situation every year. Try to avoid this in 2010 by acting early.

Here are a few solid Halloween costume ideas if you still don’t know what to be this year. Hopefully one of these will inspire you.

First of all, I think that this is as good a year as any to dress up as Michael Jackson. You won’t be alone in donning this costume, as I’m sure many will follow suit.

Choose a stage in Jackson’s life that you’d like to emulate, and craft a costume around this. Having said that, there are so many different ways that you can dress up as the King of Pop.

If you don’t like the idea of dressing up as Michael Jackson, you can always dress up as our president. Expect to see many Barack Obama Halloween costumes this season, not to mention the handful of Michelle outfits we’ll probably see as well.

If you don’t like either of the ones mentioned above and prefer to go with something a little less conventional, why not dress up as Susan Boyle? You can even have some fun along the way, singing the verses that made her famous.

Most importantly, be safe this Halloween and choose something comfortable and fun. It’s good that you’re acting now to get it out of the way – it’s never good to wait until the end!

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