How to dress up like Ken Bone for Halloween
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Hurry! There is still time to return your "Stranger Things" or "basket of deplorables" costumes; because the hottest getup this Halloween is sure to be the true winner of the second presidential debate: Ken Bone.
While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were slinging mud at each other during their latest showdown in St. Louis, Missouri, Bone quickly emerged as a sweater-bearing beacon of hope, doing what no politician has been able to do over the course of the 2016 election; bring the American people together, all in agreement of the awesomeness that is Ken Bone.
Rumblings of Ken Bone being the must-have costume this year started on Twitter pretty much immediately as our hero sat down after he asked a question on "energy policy," or something.
However, a quick Google search shows that no official Ken Bone costume currently exists (a missed opportunity on Bone's part). But fear not! We have done the work for you and have assembled all the must-have pieces-- including of course a disposable camera--required for you to enter the BoneZone.
Take a look below!
IZOD | $70.00$42.99 - $62.95
Pullover cable-knit sweater featuring quarter-zip placket
Ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem
Loaded with Fujicolor 400-speed film, which was designed for capturing fast action
Formal wear - This is a fully lined formal necktie
Standard Width - 3 and 7/8 Inches wide right before the tip
Luxurious satin finish give this tie a slight sheen
65% Polyester/35% Cotton
Solid-tone dress shirt in poplin featuring point collar, chest pocket, and single-button cuff
Includes: One Moustache
Color may vary slightly from picture. Adhesive sold separately.
MATERIAL: 100% Human Hair
Lens width: 50 millimeters
Lens height: 30 millimeters
Bridge: 17 millimeters
Arm: 140 millimeters
City Costume Wigs | $21.99
Brown and curly balding costume wig
Part bald cap that is pre-styled
100% synthetic fibers and Hand Washable
Rubber bald top
Halloween costume wig
Dickies | $17.97 - $41.64
65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
Flat-front pant featuring side-seam pockets and welted back pockets
Zip fly with concealed hook-and-eye closure
BY: WILLIAM STEAKIN