Instructors Share Their Childhood Halloween Photos!
October 30, 2015
Guess who these cute trick-or-treaters are? Find out as we flash back and look at 46 instructors in their favorite childhood Halloween costumes…
LISA and NICKY BOCCUZZI
As you can see from the piles of candy, we were hardcore trick-or-treaters.
This is quite possibly my most normal costume (inspired by my pet bee at the time); the year before I was the "Pillsbury Dough Boy!”
My costume was my Gramma’s shower cap! 1969 impala in the background! I started tanning early! Baby oil not featured but was standing by ;)
Tinkerbell! I loved all of the Disney princesses and would use any excuse to wear a tutu.
I had everyone convinced I was an angel! That was the best tactic for getting more candy!
Here's an embarrassing photo of me as a kid when I went as the Karate Kid (and my older brother Jeff of course had to go as Johnny the lead member of the Cobra Kai dojo)
A little Snow White action! Clearly, I insisted on applying the red lipstick myself.
The Angel costume: completely cliche. The lip smackers necklace: completely awesome.
Cat Woman, meowwwwwwwwwwww, shocker that I am an animal ... I always thought I was a superhero as a kid, and Cat Woman is such a saucy bad ass!
I think this was second or third grade. I was obsessed with princess Jasmine. My mom handmade my Halloween costume!
Each year on my block, the parents would alternate whose garage would be made into a haunted house for us kids. Clearly I was working entry in our year.
I'm a 6 year-old witch in this picture. Always loved Halloween growing up on Long Island. The streets were packed with trick-or-treaters and being out after dark was so exciting and scary!
My mother made this for me when I was in 2nd Grade and I remember not being able to see anything. Obviously I only cared that I couldn’t see the candy I was getting while trick or treating.
I loved dressing up as a mermaid so my awesome mom made me this amazing outfit for a dance recital… I wore this costume for a year straight.
Here I am in a bunny costume at age 2 and a half. Clearly I couldn't even wait to get out of my costume to enjoy my candy! Some things never change ;)
The picture represents me as a pirate/ tiger? I don’t know I have siblings so I am pretty sure my parents just put together some old costumes...I am the youngest = hand-me-downs
When I was in kindergarten, I was obsessed with Blue's Clues. As you can tell by the picture, I was FEELING MYSELF in this look. My mom made it :)
This is a picture of my older sister Jenna and me. I was the one in the big pink bunny costume — Halloween trick-or-treat ready!
Dressed up as Princess Jasmine from Aladdin. I used to watch this movie every day with my younger brother and sister.
BEA DEL ROSARIO
This is actually a happier photo of me in my costume! There was a stretch of years when I would ALWAYS be sick on Halloween. Thankfully, that no longer happens and I plan to continue to lead healthy Halloweens! I love this fun holiday.
I wanted to be a big bad boy lion!
I loved to dance so one year I went as a ballerina.
This is me (on the right) and my sister. We were really loving 101 Dalmatians at the time....
Here I am on Halloween!
My mom dug this one out of the vault. I was probably about 5 or 6. I had/have the best parents!
I mean, look at the cuteness (I'm on the left and twin bro on the right… now you'll understand the costume). PEAS IN A POD.
I was Tinkerbell. Rocking the topknot for over a decade :)
The funny thing is that my princess costumes were not just worn on Halloween. I had every Disney princess and it didn't matter when or where, you better believe I was dressing to impress!
My dad and I made this the Halloween of my freshman year of high school in '01.
This is when I was 3, dressed up as a clown!
First Halloween I ever remember. Rocking the classic "Where the Wild Things Are" swag.
I was Mickey Mouse, and so stoked I had ears. I wouldn't take it off for two whole weeks after Halloween ended.
Makeup has clearly never really been my thing.
"Clearly... I was overly excited about being a flapper. The more sparkles the better. It was all about the drama!"
This is me dressed as an astronaut when I was 4 years old. Literally the most comfortable costume ever. Napped so hard at preschool that day.
I seriously have no idea what I was supposed to be!
Cruella De Vil. Age seven. Costume handcrafted by mom.
First year I chose my own costume and I wiped this face paint off within five minutes!
My mother made this costume for me. I always will remember this day!
I pieced this nurse costume together myself at age 4.
I think I was probably about 4 years old… I was definitely most pumped about wearing Minnie Mouse gloves!
Me and my brother as Dorothy and the scarecrow.
We both went as the queen of hearts...mine made by mom.
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