While the weather outside may scream Spring, as of September 23rd Fall is here, which means it’s time to start brainstorming about those Halloween costumes. These Marketing Halloween Costumes are perfect for your next Halloween party!
Grab some friends and together you can create the ultimate Microsoft Office look. You can include the three main programs and showcase your costumes matching the colors and themes of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. You could even throw Microsoft Outlook in there too!
Social Media Platforms
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube – these are extremely well known and used by tons of digital marketers. Wearing a bright yellow color with a ghost shape, everyone will know exactly what logo you are representing. Wearing blue with a bird on it? Everyone is sure to know you mean business with your Twitter logo costume.
Becoming a walking billboard can be both a fun costume idea and a way to promote your business. Attending a work-related Halloween party with potential clients in attendance? Your walking billboard is sure to make you stand out.
Is there a popular hashtag going around the internet? Wear that hashtag and you’re sure to create a lot of buzz.
Not just chocolate chip cookies but website cookies. Having a URL and code (01010110) along with some classic cookies is a delicious costume idea.
You can make this as literal as you would like it. From the logo of the program to a literal photo with shopping bags, it’s your choice in which direction you want to take it.
Hex Color Wheel
Not just a useful tool for marketers and graphic designers, but also a great costume idea, these bright colors will light up any room.
The best friend of any business person or marketer. It could be as simple as using cardboard or paint on clothing. Get creative with the home screen or webpage you decide to bring up on the laptop screen.
The costume ideas are great for office parties and are sure to be a conversation starter. Send us a picture via email at [email protected] of your costume this Halloween season. We’d love to see what you come up with and share your ideas.