Top Five Sexy Halloween Costumes for Women

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Ladies, I know you love food as much as I do. So why not dress up as your favorite condiment or brand and look super cute doing it. Here are some of my favorite food themed Halloween costumes for women. Want the costume? Click the picture…you can buy it on Amazon and have it delivered next day (because I also know you procrastinate as much as I do :)). Besides, all the costumes are under $20, so they won’t break the bank.

Woman's Heinz Ketchup Bottle Costume

Dress up like the world’s most beloved Ketchup brand, Heinz. According to their website, more than 650 million bottles of Ketchup made by Heinz are sold throughout the world in over 140 countries. Their sales equal $1.5 billion. Heinz Ketchup is an American Icon and you will be too with this curve hugging Heinz Ketchup costume.Woman's Cherry Blow Pop Costume

Everyone knows you’re the sweetest in town, show them just how much in your Cherry Blow Pop costume. It’s bright, fun, and will get everyone talking about their favorite childhood treats. Bonus – bring a bag of Blow Pops with you and hand them out. You’ll have party invitations to last you the entire year.

Woman's Sriracha Costume

You’re hot, you’re exotic, you’re dangerous and everyone wants you, you know you gotta dress up in a  Sriracha costume. Just make sure there’s a fire extinguisher close by so you can put out all those fires.

Cambpell soup costumeHave your sweetheart dress up like Andy Warhol (all he’ll need is a turtle neck, a sports coat, and this wig) and be the hippest, piece of art with your Campbells Soup Costume.

coca cola costumeHow about a coke…what? You’re watching your figure…a diet coke instead.

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Blanca Valbuena
I am one of the co-founders of FriendsEAT. Obviously, I love to eat. Other passions include A Song of Ice and Fire, Shakespeare, Dostoyevski, and Aldous Huxley.
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