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Coolest Ron Burgandy Costume 3

by Amy Juarez
(Evansville, Indiana)

Ron Burgandy Costume

Ron Burgandy Costume

This is my 6 year old Jake dressed in a Ron Burgandy costume. It couldn't have been more simple. He already had a little suit and tie, so I slicked his hair over and gave him an awesome mustache made of mascara.

We also had him find his toy microphone from his toy box and carry it around the party with him. We taught him that when people ask, "Who are you" he was supposed to respond with, "I'm Ron Burgandy...Stay classy San Diego." When we got to the party none of the kids knew who he was but we had the adults rolling on the floor. I don't know why it is so funny, but just looking at the picture still makes me laugh. He was so earnest when delivering his line, in fact I think he was saying it when I took this picture.

So in conclusion this costume cost absolutely nothing. We had everything already, we just added his attitude! He was most definitely the hit of the party and now he has the bug to make people laugh, so I am really going to have to work hard next year! Enjoy

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Coolest Anchorman Crew Group Halloween Costume 5

by Chris
(Simi Valley, CA)

Homemade Anchorman Crew Group Halloween Costume

Homemade Anchorman Crew Group Halloween Costume

With one trip to the Goodwill, and another to the costume store for wigs, we were able to create the 4 news anchors of the Anchorman Crew Group Halloween Costume.

Ron Burgundy: We found a great burgundy coat and pants that were plaid and the correct 70s cut. We paired that with a brown wig and mustache from a costume store.

Brian Fantana: We found all suede items of clothing, even the shoes, at Goodwill. The wig was a "70s guy" wig that came with the side burns. The mustache was original with a little bit of makeup to make it darker and thicker.

Champ Kind: The sports coat was also bought at Goodwill. The hat and side burns were bought at the local costume store.

Brick Tamlin: We were able to find a pants/jacket combo at Goodwill. We got a wig from a costume store and cute quite a bit of hair off and put a lot of gel on it to give it the polished look that Brick has. For the glasses, we used old aviator sunglasses and popped out the lenses.

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SWEEEET!
by: PURGE

Nice job guys!! love this movie! :)

anchor
by: Anonymous

very stylish. Brian needs some flow

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Coolest 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume 7

Homemade 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume

Homemade 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume

Homemade 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume
Homemade 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume
Homemade 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume

This is my 3 Year Old as Ron Burgundy Anchorman Costume for Halloween. I dressed up as Veronica Cornerstone. Even if you never saw the movie seeing my little guy dressed up like a 70's news anchor was pretty funny.

This is how we pulled it together-

1. I bought a one size to small suit from eBay. Then I dyed it twice with red dye to get the right color red.
2. Bought a vintage tie, penny loafers and womens dress from thrift store. Altered tie so it would fit 3 year old.
3. Found a 70's wig for both my son and I.
4. Bought microphone, Baxter (his dog) and a mustache from store.
5. My son added a cool 70's hot shot attitude.

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Coolest Homemade Anchorman Costume 4

by Dr. Payne
(Indiana, PA)

Homemade Anchorman Costume

Homemade Anchorman Costume

We picked up all sorts of old clothes at the Goodwill and Salvation army. It was lots of fun!

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