- Rosie the Riveter
- Lara Croft
- Amelia Earhart
- Carmen San Diego: red trench coat, red pants, and black boots
- Sherlock Holmes (tweed blazer, hat, pipe)
- Female politician — pick a well known political or business figure whose wardrobe resembles yours (Sarah Palin if you tend toward bracelet length jackets and pencil skirts; Hillary Clinton if you tend towards colored pantsuits; Condi Rice if you like knee high boots, etc.)
- Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany’s — black sheath, loads of pearls, and cigarette holder.
- Peggy / Joan from Madmen
- Pirate: white blouse, black pants, tri-point hat, eye patch, plastic sword
- Legally Blonde – pink suit, heels, stuffed toy puppy peeking out of your purse
- “Attorney General.” I’m wearing a black pencil skirt, the merino tippi sweater from in houndstooth (it has cool shoulder details), and then I got a general’s hat, some fake medals, and little pin-on epaulets with gold fringe.
- Waitress from Office Space: white polo shirt with basted-on green felt stripes, khakis, suspenders with a bunch of pins (courtesy of my nephew, who gets them at soccer tournaments), and a waitress-apron-thingy that I pinned together from some black fabric.
- Witch (dress in black with green eye shadow)
- Mad scientist (lab coat, glasses, crazy hair)
- Headless goblin (cardigan over your head, jack o lantern under your arm)
- From Corporette.com
How do you do Halloween at Work (or even at a party with many of your coworkers)? Being scantily clad for the holiday is so normal, it’s become the thing to do — and there’s nothing wrong with going that route, if you want to, for a regular party with friends. But when Halloween and Work start to mix, it’s always a good goal to maintain some level of professionalism — which usually can’t be accomplished when you’re dressed as Snooki. So what do you wear — without spending a ton of money or time on the costume? We’ve had so many great ideas from previous threads that I thought I’d round up a few of my favorites… Ladies, are you dressing up for an office-related Halloween event this year? What will you be? (Also: has anyone decorated their office to any degree?) Smart Costumes for Smart Women
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