Last week we asked to see the best of your Halloween costumes from childhood, and you guys delivered…
“Now I understand why we weren’t the most popular kids on the block.” – Sarah
My brother always got the best Halloween costumes when we were kids. Three years older than me (and probably a lot more demanding), he had home-made costumes galore, while I had hand-me-downs and thrown-together getups. He was a clown, a lobster (a lobster), a hobo-clown, a mobster, and Superman. I was a leftover clown (wearing his too-big costume), a stereotypical witch, and – well, I’m not sure what else, because clearly my costumes were not worth documenting in our family albums.
I want to see photos of your childhood Halloween costumes. E-mail scans to stephanief @ wornjournal.com and I’ll post them on the WORN blog in the days leading up to Halloween.
More fun than throwing up in your pillowcase of half-eaten Mars bars? I think so.
In the past issues of WORN our own Wornettes have proven to be superb models, but now it is your turn. WORN is creating Serial Models, a model database of our readers, and we would love to have you in it. To coincide with a line in our mandate (we strive to portray a diversity of culture, subculture, gender identification, sexuality, size, race and age) we are asking readers interested in posing to email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, age, location, email, height, dress size and shoe size along with two photos of you (face and full body).