Toronto Halloween costumes 2013

10 creative Halloween costumes spotted in Toronto

Toronto is an amazing place to catch Halloween costumes in action. While not everyone can be bff's with a special effects artist, there's no shortage of costumes which obviously took weeks to plan and assemble. While good citizens who dress like freaks all year round watch in a mix of amusement and scorn, regular people flex their creativity on Halloween like no other time during the year. It's an incredible sight. From Rob Ford to Grumpy Cat (wait, aren't the dispositions of those two celebs kind of similar?) here are some of our favourite costumes we spotted this year.

Head over to our Halloween in Toronto stream to see more pics and add your own.

dark horse espresso Halloween costume

Light Horse Espresso by travishines

Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod Halloween costume

Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod by jasarazzi

rob ford Halloween costume

Rob Ford & alleged friend by tracyleparulo

stick family Halloween costume

Stick family by je33ica

Pin up skeleton Halloween costume

Pin-up skeleton by vgarland

Bloody clown Halloween costume

Clown who made some bad choices by imahouseaddict

Duck Dynasty Halloween costume

Duck Dynasty by Tiffany Cecil

Frida Kahlo Halloween costume

Frida Kahlo by spontu

Instagram halloween costume

#InstragramInception by amackendrick

Top photo by discohits


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