We here at INK love Halloween. The costumes, the candy, the horror movie marathons. It’s pretty much the best holiday, if you ask us.
So, what would make more sense than gathering our favorite t-shirt costumes in a fun and entertaining list?
In the spirit of sharing, we’ve compiled an incredibly biased collection of the 25 best t-shirt costumes found around the internet.
Did we miss any? Show us your favorite or create your own on Ink to the People.
A name that can't get any more masculine. And he has the nipples to prove it.
Yes, that IS a t-shirt.
Rick from The Walking Dead
This one is not that recognizable, so be prepared to answer some questions. Shoot first, answer questions later.
I had no idea that Mighty Mouse had such a cute figure.
Anyone else think this was a costume for the WWF (World Wrestling Federation)?
This one is a staple in American culture. Just steer clear from pretty green crystals.
So cool, he can pull off wearing a fanny pack.
The Incredible Hulk
Can also double as your "Leprechaun on Steroids" St. Patrick's Day outfit.
Perfect costume for all of those "husky" boys out there. Their favorite candy bar is "Chunky". I'll stop now.
This one is always cool. You get bonus points if you can get a friend to go as Batman.
More like Sponge Bob Squareshirt. See what I did there? You're welcome.
2 in 1. This also doubles as Abe Froman aka The Sausage King of Chicago.
"Does whatever a spider can"? So you put this on and hang out in my bath tub because you can't crawl up the slippery sides.
About as unfunny as Scooby Doo. Still watched it like crazy, though.
Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory
((trick * x / y) + (z - treat)) = BAZINGA!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
If your costume gets wrinkled, you can always go as an Elderly Mutant Ninja Turtle. Yeah, I'm so clever.
Whatever. BabyBjorns are the invention of the century in my book. Thank you, Sweden.
This is a tough one because if you can't do the vocalization, the illusion is ruined.
Elf - The Movie
If you love Will Ferrell that much to wear this, I feel for you. I really do.
Data from The Goonies
No, this isn't Inspector Gadget. This is Short Round turned prodigy inventor.
Lumbergh from Office Space
“Um yeah. We have a little problem here. If you could go ahead and come in on Halloween, that would be great. mm-kay?!”
Dr. Venkman from Ghostbusters
There was a whole lot of "sliming" going on in the 80's. You had Ghostbusters and what was the name of that show on Nickelodeon?
Good grief, make sure to practice your line... "I got a rock".
Now it would be totally acceptable to thrust at everyone at the Halloween Party. Okay, it is never acceptable, just wrong and creepy.
"What's this? A Charleston Chew!?! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!"