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Today’s the day, folks! And if you’re still stumped for a costume, we’ve got you covered with lazy (but clever!) ideas.
Well, Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran from "Shark Tank" do, actually!
The "sharks" visited our show and dressed up in two original costumes each (yes, of course they were food-related!) -- and if nothing else, their creations are sure to inspire you to think outside the box.
1. BUNCH OF GRAPES
All you need is a solid-colored base (like Barbara’s simple black dress) and purple (or green!) balloons.
2. IRON CHEF
Daymond literally came out wearing a chef’s coat and holding an iron and cooking spray.
It could be THAT easy.
And while it took Rach and John a second to guess what he was, that’s just part of the fun of Halloween -- right?
3. DEVILED EGG
This one is SO clever!
Devil ears and a tail are super easy to find (or make!) and then simply attach a yellow circle of sorts (A.K.A. the yolk!) onto a plain white T-shirt (A.K.A. the egg white!).
The yolk could really be made of anything you have lying around -- like construction paper or felt!
4. CHICKEN CORDON BLEU
Daymond really thought outside the box for this one -- and we APPLAUD HIM.
He attached a rubber chicken to a cord and wore a blue shirt. Get it? (Rubber) chicken (on a) cord on (a) blue (shirt).
Well-played, Daymond, well-played.