By Lori Ferraro Do you own a bathrobe? Then guess what? You have a Halloween costume. The 1980s gave us many classic bathrobed figures, and now you can recreate their iconic looks with little effort.
Michael Keaton – Mr. Mom
It’s this easy. Props include a baby and a vacuum cleaner. What you’ll need:
- Pajama bottoms
Cousin Eddie – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Stick a cigar in your mouth, and quicker than you can say “shitter was full” you have transformed yourself into Clark Griswold’s freeloading cousin. What you’ll need:
- Short white above the knee bathrobe
- Winter hat with those furry side flaps
- Black dress socks and white shoes
Thornton Mellon – Back to School
Step into the legendary robe and slippers of Rodney Dangerfield! Dive “triple-lindy” style headfirst into this easy to assemble costume.
- Graduation cap
- Stack of books
So no more excuses! Your costume is ready and waiting for you, hanging on the back of your bathroom door.