Do you need a Halloween costume?  Here are your local Kine ideas, last minute DIY ideas

Do you need a Halloween costume? Here are your local Kine ideas, last minute DIY ideas

WAnytime we had Halloween costume contests in our office, local inspired performances were always the winners. Whether they were creative, nostalgic, or made fun of some kids, they were all fun. So, check out our list of ideas that evoke the feelings of Hawaiian culture in a BOO-YA way.

Photos: Courtesy of Kelsey Iggy

hurricane popcorn
Wear a white shirt with wind streaks and stick to a cut house, car, trees, etc. Messing with your hair and find as many buses as you can. Stick the popcorn puffs onto the tee or carry a bag of them.

Hawaiian Airlines logo
You are sure to get constant compliments on this quick smart wake-up. Use red or orange construction paper to make a large hibiscus to drape behind one ear. Depending on whether you choose the old or modern version of the logo, use purple construction paper to cut out the silhouette of the flower or the sun (no rays) and use bobby pins to attach it to your hair on the other side of your head. Add a regal tilt to the head, a warm smile and your look in pure Pualani Gold.

Aunt Marialani
For Rap Reiplinger Creative cooking sensation jus’ right, you’ll need the following ingredients: a mu’umu’u or ruffled collar dress, an apron or white piece of cloth, a beaded necklace, gold bracelets and stud earrings. Grab a bottle of wine (not too sweet, and not too rancid, of course), add some baby breath to your hair and some hamajang blue eyeshadow. Bonus points if you can track down a rubber chicken – the ABC Store in Ala Moana Center appears to be selling a plastic version. Now, go do it, go do it, go!

Aloha Shoyu Bottle
Quick and easy, we’ll show you! Putting on a solid black dress or a T-shirt and shorts, print the 7- to 8-inch Aloha Shoyu logo on card stock and either pin it or attach it with a few loops of masking tape. Then add red beanie for the original flavour, gold for excellent value, silver for tamari or green for less salt. A photo must be taken with all sushi costumes.

Aloha Soul
Easy dis one. Get a bedroom sheet, cut out the bocas for the eyes and throw on the lei. Bao.

Halloween Aloha Spirit 1200 . costume

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Found things in Ala Wai
Put on a puking green T-shirt or sweater and stick different prints of fish with three eyes and missing fins all over your body.

B-52 bomber and his Lord is lost
For the slipper half of this duo costume, take a large piece of cardboard or poster board and cut out the base of the slippers. Cut two strips for the belts and cut a hole in the top of the slippah for your head. For the cockroach, wear a large brown hoodie with pants or tights. Use the brown cloth to make the antennas, arms and wings. And for an extra bomber look, visit the costume store to get goggles for pilots.

Mr. Okada
Steal our favorite look hawaiian rap taste tester Mr. Okada, with a printed button-down shirt with shorts, slippers, aviator glasses, and a crochet or straw hat. Carry an “A” or “X” soda can and a basket of crack soda with you and shovel the delicious squares into your mouth whenever you get the chance.

greedy representative
Wear a tie, jacket and shorts. Put bundles of counterfeit cash and loose bills in your pockets, and let them protrude from the top. Don’t carry a card with the name “Rep. Grid or a sleazy senator” or make up your own name for a politician or someone who has been convicted of taking money for influence. Head to Goodwill, Salvation Army, or Savers to find all this and more, and help good organizations at the same time. You can find fake money there too, or make your own by printing out some paper that appears and inflating the pile with scratch paper.

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Get a real toy or stroller (again, check out Goodwill, Salvation Army, or Savers) and put cute stuffed animal dogs inside. Then grab a big purse to stick another stuffed pet in and you have this cute stare. Wear a T-shirt with paw prints or an animal print. You can make your own photo by printing a photo and sticking it with double-sided tape on your clothes. Or draw your footprints on a T-shirt. Extra credit for making a pet friendly T-shirt. And since you’re obviously an animal lover, make a quick cookie dog necklace by tying them together with string or twine or use Lee cellophane from your last graduation party.

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