Which musician should you dress up as for Halloween?
Halloween is fast approaching, so it’s time to start thinking of who or what you’re going to dress up as. While witches and bats are classic options, we love to channel our favorite artists this time of year because of our love for music.
It can be difficult to figure out exactly who you want to go as depending on what your plans are and how excited you are for the holiday. We’ve created a quiz that will let you know exactly who you need to dress up as this Halloween and why so you can take the guesswork out of choosing a costume.
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“Don’t lose your head,” the company writes on Instagram. “But our NEW Disney The Nightmare Before Christmas collection is now available online!” The popular retailer has drawn inspiration from the Disney classic, creating official Jack Skellington and Sally bears.
Bundles come complete with outfits and song clips, with the Jack bear costing $55.
“It’s The Pumpkin King of Halloween Town himself!” the Jack bear’s description reads. “Jack Skellington is a whimsically dark stuffed animal that’s available exclusively online. Fans of Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas can make their own merry misadventures with Jack’s signature suit and ‘This Is Halloween’ song chip included in this bundle. Make every day a haunted holiday and let Jack Skellington sing and dance his way into your collection!”
The Sally Build-A-Bear comes in at $53, with her description below.
“Make a new friendship with Sally! Now you can add the beloved ragdoll from Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas to your collection. Sally is stitched together with love and includes her own dress with her signature patchwork print. Plus, this online exclusive bundle includes ‘Sally’s Song’ on a sound chip, so you’ll be able to hear this Spiral Hill sweetheart’s signature song at the press of her paw. Snuggle up to Sally to make lots of hauntingly fun memories today!”
Currently, you can only snag this dynamic duo online. To grab yours, click here.