14 Clever Halloween Costumes for Work
Get in the spooky spirit at the office by throwing on one of these Halloween costumes for work.
Rosie the Riveter
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Show off your tough side at work by dressing up as Rosie the Riveter. If you and your coworkers have already picked out your Halloween costumes for work, take a look at these family Halloween costumes.
Pair your favorite black work dress with some elegant pearls and gloves and you’ll be channeling Audrey Hepburn in no time.
Now you just have to find a work friend who will dress up as Popeye!
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Wear a Superman t-shirt underneath your work suit and leave your shirt unbuttoned. It’s the perfect excuse to look a little sloppy at work! These punny Halloween costumes will give everyone a laugh.
Put on an all-black outfit and pair it with a cape, black lipstick, and heavier than normal black eyeliner.
Impress coworkers with your Grease knowledge as you sport this fun Pink Lady costume. These are the most popular Halloween costumes on Amazon.
It’s sometimes tricky to pick out Halloween costumes for work. This easy and funny costume will get you a lot of laughs in the office.
Chance the Rapper
All you have to do is pair a yellow sweater with Chance’s famous hat and you’ll look just like the famous rapper.
If you’re lucky, maybe your office will let you bring in your dog as Toto! If you and your coworkers love Disney, try one of these Disney Halloween costumes for work.
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Just pair a black turtleneck with your favorite jeans. If you’re Steve Jobs, no one can yell at you for having your phone next to you all day.
All you need for this work Halloween costume is a red plaid shirt and a roll of Brawny paper towels.
Add a fanny pack and some sunglasses to any outfit and you’re instantly a tourist.
Break out the Halloween makeup and create pop art on your face. Next, check out these adorable (and clever) Halloween costumes that every couple has to try.
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