By Lauren Koenig
Halloween is going to look very different this year, but if you’re going to a safe, outdoor, socially distanced gathering, there’s no reason you can’t still have the best costume.
But, “how will anyone even see my costume?” you might ask. “It’s going to be SO COLD.”
Never fear, coming up with a good costume last minute should be the least scary part of your Halloween. Scientista has several ideas to keep you covered.
Wear a gray coat, if you have one, or pick up some cotton or decorative cobwebs from a craft store to wrap around your body (make sure to dispose of them properly). Then, attach plush marine life to your coat and voila – you’re a warm weather front ready to crush this Halloween party.
And for those of you social-distancing in warmer climates, not only are we very jealous, but we recommend checking out some of our previous Halloween posts for even more science-themed costumes and experiments.
Let us know how you celebrate Halloween this year. Be sure to share your costumes with us on twitter @Scientista_Talk, IG @scientistafoundation or Facebook.
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