It’s spooky season, y’all.
For some reason, I feel like Halloween went as quickly as it came this year. Nevertheless, plenty of athletes and sports fans alike were on their A-Game when it came to costumes, so I took the liberty of recapping some of the ensembles that I saw online. Without further ado, here they are in all their glory:
So cute, so well-executed, we love it. Hopefully this girl is ready for the influx of soccer fans asking her if she’s dressed up as “Megan Rapinoe’s girlfriend,” though.
I always welcome more Sinclair and Labbé praise, so I’m definitely a huge fan of these getups. But why oh why do those medals look like they’re bronze?
It’s nice that the players are all matching, but those ghost outfits are as convincing as my mother when she begs me to pursue a law degree. She says that it’ll “open more doors for me.” Sure, Mom. Sure.
This is a tough one to beat—we’ve got CRAFTSMANSHIP, we’ve got LORE, we’ve got CARPENTRY. The only thing that would make these costumes better is if they had someone be a ref for the person dressed as Tarausi to punch.
THE BABY IS DRESSED AS A PUMPKIN. I REPEAT: THE BABY IS DRESSED AS A PUMPKIN. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
All of these costumes are gold, but Dolson is the clear winner to me. Twitter seems to agree.
I’m loving the color combos she used, and the elf/pixie ears are a nice touch.
10/10. Using yellow crocs as a substitute for Minnie’s shoes is brilliant.
Bow down to the King Of Puns. Give that bird mascot a raise, please.
Realllllllly not sure if using a disability as a costume is the way to go (though it’s not my call to make as I’m not part of the disabled community). However, her gripe with the quality of refereeing in the league is certainly understandable, and the outfit looks great.
This is called playing it smart, not hard. Not only is the costume simple, clean, and easy to work in, but it’s extra appropriate considering that she’s playing at the Transylvania Open.
Honestly, the fact that this dude is listening attentively to the person next to him, nodding his head, and adjusting his mask as if everything is totally normal and he’s not in an insanely elaborate vampire getup makes me love his costume event more. Truly the MVP of what turned out to be a Halloween to remember.