Use this costume idea for Occupy Wall Street costumes, or for costumes relating to
- Free Speech
- Whistle Blowers
Even though the Occupy Wall Street protest was never actually on Wall Street (just nearby), the name "Wall Street" has a certain cache. Why not "be" Wall Street, or, rather, wear it for a costume? Here's how.
Get your message across with signage. If you're doing an Occupy Wall Street costume, you can literally wear the message.
Some ideas spread like wildfire — fanned, of course, by media attention. Whether you choose to make a costume mocking or advancing the cause of, say, the Tea Party or Occupy Wall Street movement, here's one way to think about getting the "grassroots" concept across.
A local pizzeria near Zuccotti Park in Manhattan got so many orders for pizza pies from the encamped protesters, that he jokingly called them "Occu-Pies." Haha.
What could be more American than apple pie? And the right to free speech? For Halloween, you can be an Occu-pie (the apple variety).
There are many ways to be Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn's local chief pol. Check them out.