Although we live in a world that seems to be obsessed with the primacy of children, holidays are not just for them; they are for everyone, regardless the age, and we should acknowledge everyone`s right to celebrate in their own way. When it comes to Halloween, statistics show that adults spend 70% more money than kids for their own costumes and entertainment.
Senior living Denver activity coordinators will offer lots of fun for Halloween, with various games and costumes that keep their imagination growing and alive regardless their age.
Here are our costume ideas for them.
This brilliant actor and director of the early 20th century also makes a fantastic Halloween costume. His iconic outfit as lovable vagabond is easy to set up (baggy pants, dress shirt, tie, bowler hat and, if course, the mustache!) and the owner will surely get lots of attention.
This costume is for those who like to show their American spirit this Halloween. It is quite easy to turn into Uncle Sam if you rent pinstriped pants, a blue jacket, red bowtie and a top hat with a patriotic design.
Yeah, why not? Halloween is the best excuse to look like a professional wrestler, so Hulk it up! Put on some spandex pants, yellow boots, yellow wristbands, a cutoff t-shirt with fake muscles, a bandana, a horseshoe mustache and call people Hulkamaniacs, while advising them to take their vitamins and say their prayers.