A bunch of too-easy Halloween outfit ideas:

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What are you gonna be for Halloween?

You could be spiritual. You could DIY. Or…

…if you don’t have any cash, or time, or cool outfits from last year…well, all you need is…er, I’m not quite sure what this video is saying. But I like it.

Not sure what you’re gonna be this Halloween?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23DuvRBAJ6w&feature=related
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  1. […] is a day of fancy-free indulgence and make-believe. Gobbled candy, wild costumes, late nights… Can your celebration can still align with eco-smart values and curb […]

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