You may have some exciting plans for Halloween 2013. Whether it’s going out on the town or rocking out at an epic house party, everyone wants to show up in an extraordinary Halloween costume! There are really so many great costumes to choose from. Here are our top 5 picks for Halloween costume ideas that go great with a flask!
- Old Western Saloon Dancer or Showgirl
- Gangster / Mafioso
- A Blues Brother
A woman can dress like an entertainer from the early 1900’s – a saloon dancer or showgirl in the Old West. This costume can be significantly enhanced by wearing a garter belt, especially one complete with a flask of her favorite spirits. This way, even if someone shows up late to a party and all the booze is gone, those with a flask in their garter belt will be prepared for anything that comes their way!
A man can dress up as a cowboy, or a pirate, both of which can seem more realistic if he totes a flask attached to his belt or in his hip pocket. No one has to know that the real reason you are wearing the costume is so that you can enjoy a swig here and there throughout the night.
Another Halloween costume that would go good with a flask is a mafia or gangster outfit. Find a black fedora hat or a Homburg, some black slacks, a black coat, white dress shirt, and even a necktie. But be careful because if the costume is not done just right, you can end up looking like one of the Blues Brothers (although that’s another great Halloween costume idea). A flask would go great with the gangster look. Women and men alike can dress up as mafiosos… or Blues Brothers! After all, Halloween costume ideas give people a chance to live out fantasies, or goof around all they want.
For that matter, some men, might choose to wear a mini black dress and garter belt, along with the flask tucked away in the garter. High heels might be a stretch though. But, hey! To each their own.
Have a Happy Halloween everyone! Just remember: if you drink, please don’t drive. We want you to be safe and to also enjoy the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays as well 🙂