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Halloween 2019: From ‘Chucky’ in California to ‘Toy Story’ in Kansas, Here Are the Most Popular Costumes by State

When planning your costume for Halloween 2019, you may wish to know what the preferred costumes might be this 12 months. Whether you wish to scope out the competitors or stand out from the gang, it is value realizing what the preferred Halloween costumes might be in your state.

According to knowledge from Google Trends, these are the preferred costume concepts for Halloween 2019, by state. This 12 months, count on to see numerous basic costumes reminiscent of pirates, witches, and dinosaurs. But California will get numerous Chucky costumes, and D.C. residents might be dressed up like Scooby-Doo. Unsurprisingly, you may count on to see numerous Pennywise costumes.

So what’s the preferred costume in your state?

The basic witch costume is a best choice and is in style with residents in Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Utah, and West Virginia.

Many residents of Colorado, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Washington might be going as dinosaurs, so you may most likely be bumping into inflatable dinosaur morphsuits all Halloween.

Arizona and Montana might be dressed up as clowns, however will they go for a cheerful clown or one thing extra sinister?

States that know for certain what sort of clown they’re dressing up as are Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Residents from these states might be going as characters from IT, so prepare for Pennywise to make an look or two.

Halloween 2019: From 'Chucky' in California to 'Toy Story' in Kansas, Here Are the Most Popular Costumes by State
Clowns are a preferred costume alternative in Arizona and Montana this 12 months. Getty

Alaska and Maine’s costume of alternative is a pirate. Delaware and Mississippi are impressed by the 1980s, so maybe you may stumble upon Marty McFly or Ferris Bueller whereas out trick-or-treating. Hawaii and Nebraska might be going as “Fortnite” online game characters, just like the creepy Skull Trooper.

Keep a watch out for the Mystery Machine in Washington, D.C.—residents might be dressing up as Scooby-Doo and the gang.

Maryland might be going as Spider-Man, and Wyoming will host a tea get together and costume up just like the Mad Hatter. Florida can be taking costume inspiration from the films and residents might be going as characters from the favored Disney film Descendants.

Mythical creatures are a preferred possibility this 12 months: Dragons are Vermont’s costume of alternative and Idaho might be going as mermaids. Thanks to the film that got here out this 12 months, Chucky is a well-liked costume alternative in California and Indiana.

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