How I made this #Ghostbusters costume

I’ve always thought as long as an out-of-the-bag #halloweencostume has one great detail — in this case the embroidered #Ghostbusters arm patch — you can work with it and turn it into something that looks great. This was a fun project! Thanks again to @sonypictures for sending me the costume last year as a promotion for #ghostbustersafterlife

Here’s the costume closet video:

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38 thoughts on “How I made this #Ghostbusters costume

  1. I know you might have done an episode like this before but I want to go as a female Bucky Barnes for Halloween but I have no idea where to start with his metal arm. Could you give some tips of make a video of something similar?

  2. If you hv2 alter & customize a costume..๐Ÿฆธโ€โ™€๏ธ
    Who Ya Gonna Call??? ๐Ÿ“ž
    JEN MARKHAM!!! ๐Ÿ‘ป
    ps – You're a "leftie!" that's cool ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  3. Did anyone else play a ghost busters game on primary school where it was a form of tag. There where the ghost busters who would tag everyone else the ghosts while the ghost busters song was blaring. If you got tagged you'd go into one of the "jails" marked section on the ground and when"ghost busters" was said in the song you where freed from jail. It was chaos