8 Ridiculous Halloween Costumes You Should Skip: East Coast

Halloween is an opportunity to show off how clever and creative you can be with your costume. It can also represent a serious fail for the Halloween industry, which keeps churning out some seriously questionable costumes. Here’s a hint: dressing as Hillary Clinton? okay. Dressing as a hot version of Pocahontas? Not okay. Keep reading to see the 8 most silly, offensive, and super-sexy costumes we’re seeing on the east coast for women this year.

  • Yo Gabba Gabba! Foofa 1 of 8
  • Twerkin’ Teddy 2 of 8

    Haven't we talked enough about the VMAs and Miley Cyrus' twerk-worthy outfit? Even though it will probably be the most trendy costume this halloween, you should just do yourself a favor and skip it. See the costume here.

  • American Beauty 3 of 8

    Here's a hint: if you're going for a patriotic costume, don't dress as the American flag. Leave this one to the Tea Party enthusiasts. See the costume here.

  • "Pocahottie" 4 of 8

    If you didn't catch the name of this costume, yes, it's "Pocahottie." I'm certain Pocahontas is spinning in her grave this Halloween. See the costume here.

  • Twister Board 5 of 8

    Is there anything more creepy than dressing as a hands-on Twister board? You should just say no to this costume. See it here.

  • Coca Cola Bottle 6 of 8

    If I wanted to don Coca-Cola's label in size 200 font on my chest, I would ask the company to sponsor me. See the costume here.

  • Sock Monkey 7 of 8

    Although it looks comfy, I'm not quite sure how you're supposed to see in this costume. It seems pretty impractical. See the costume here.

  • "Robyn-Da-Hood" 8 of 8

    I'm saving the worst costume for last here. I'll admit, I'll give this idea some points for finding a clever pun. But "Robyn Da Hood"? Really? See it here.

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