Spiked Seltzer, Beyond Burger & Other Trendy Food Costumes To DIY This Year

Sure, New Year's Eve is typically the most appropriate holiday for taking stock of the past year, but Halloween is our year-in-review holiday of choice. It's a time to think about all the hilarious and totally odd trends that had their 15 minutes of fame throughout the past 12 months... And then, create costumes that honor the moments. Thanks to our obsession with food, the trends we ate, drank, posted Instagram photos of, and got in Twitter fights over are often the most fun to dress up as.

Ahead, we share five Halloween costumes based on the biggest food and drink moments of 2019. Each costume idea comes with detailed DIY instructions on how to recreate the look this Halloween and a picture for inspiration. Scroll on through for fun costume ideas that will make you nostalgic for this year's biggest food trends.

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Illustrated by Lily Fulop.

Starbucks' Tie-Dye Frappuccino

Ingredients
Tie-dyed clothing
Starbucks logo printout
Safety pins or tape
Glitter hair spray, white
Green eyeshadow, blue lipstick, bright pink blush

Instructions
1. Put on your tie-dye look and fasten the Starbucks' logo to the front of your outfit.

2. Spray your hair with white glitter hair paint.

3. Complete the costume with a colorful makeup look — green eyeshadow, blue lipstick, and bright pink blush.
Illustrated by Lily Fulop.

Spiked Seltzer

Ingredients
White shirt
Blue jeans
Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer logo printout
Safety pins or tape
Spike bracelet and spike choker necklace
Spike heels

Instructions
1. Put on your white shirt and blue jeans and fasten the Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer logo to the front of your shirt.

2. Add accessories like a spike bracelet and spike choker necklace. Finish the look off with a pair of spike heels.

*Bonus points for passing out spiked seltzer to your friends all night
Illustrated by Lily Fulop.

Beyond Meat

Ingredients
Black and white clothing
Cow headband with ears and horns
Rectangular piece of green fabric
Fast food bag from Carls Jr., Del Taco, Dunkin, or any of the other spots that now serve Beyond Meat

Instructions
1. Put on your black and white clothing and add a cow headband complete with ears and horns.

2. Take a rectangular piece of green fabric and tie it around your neck like a superhero cape.

3. Complete the costume by carrying around a fast-food bag from Carls Jr., Del Taco, Dunkin, or any of the other spots that now serve Beyond Meat.
Illustrated by Lily Fulop.

Chicken Fight

Ingredients
Person One:
Red clothing
Chick-fil-A logo printout
Safety pins or tape
Boxing gloves

Person Two:
Orange clothing
Popeyes logo printout
Safety pins or tape
Boxing gloves

Instructions
Person One:
1. Put on your red look and fasten the Chick-fil-A logo to the front of your outfit.

2. Finish the look by strapping on your boxing gloves.

Person Two:
1. Put on your orange look and fasten the Popeyes logo to the front of your outfit.

2. Finish the look by strapping on your boxing gloves.
Illustrated by Lily Fulop.

The Cheeseboard Trend

Ingredients
Brown clothing
Cardboard squares (two pieces)
String, rope, or ribbon (two pieces)
Cheesehead hat
Cheeseboard with all the fixings

Instructions
1. Put on your brown look.

2. Create a wearable sandwich board by attaching two pieces of string to two square cardboard pieces.

3. Throw on your Cheesehead hat.

4. Complete the costume by putting together an elaborate cheeseboard. Carry the cheese board around all night offering bites to your besties.
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