Costume Ideas

Make the event more fun by dressing as a character from literature! Perhaps you can wear a costume from a favorite children’s fairy tale or even a comic book. Choose a costume you can wear for Halloween and then again for Cocktails in Character!

Please be creative, but some ideas are listed below. (Click here to see photos from last year’s event.)

Sherlock Holmes
Frankenstein
Hamlet
Scarlet O’Hara
Mother Goose
Miss Havisham from Great Expectations
Jane Eyre & Lord Rochester
Robin Hood & Maid Marian
Heathcliff & Catherine
Little Red Riding Hood
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Cat in the Hat
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Paddington
Corduroy
Madeline
Harry Potter
Max from Where the Wild Things Are
Amelia Bedelia
Nancy Drew
The Hardy Boys
Curious George & Arthur
Cinderella
Prince Charming
Frodo Baggins
Little Bo Peep and a lamb
Pippi Longstocking
Alice in Wonderland characters:
Alice
Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
The Mad Hatter
The Queen of Hearts
The Cheshire Cat
Wizard of Oz characters:
Dorothy
The Wicked Witch
Glinda the Good Witch
The All Powerful Oz
The Lion
The Tin Man
The Scarecrow
Winnie the Pooh characters:
Pooh
Piglet
Eyeore
Tiger
Roo

 

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