HalloweenCostumes.com has just shared some tips to MorningNewsUSA on how to dress up like Ken Bone this Halloween. Check out their DIY ideas for more information.
The most popular costume for this year’s Halloween may very well be the popular red sweater worn by the man who won the hearts of millions of Americans during the second presidential debate between nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
While Ken Bone’s famed red sweater became an unquestionable trademark, he revealed following Sunday’s debate that it was not even his first choice.
“I had a really nice olive suit that I love a great deal, and my mother would have been very proud to see me wearing on television,” Bone said. “But apparently I’ve gained about 30 pounds, and when I went to get in my car the morning of the debate, I split the seat of my pants all the way open.”
Ken Bone Halloween Costume: Where to buy the famed red sweater?
Bone’s red sweater was declared as a must-have for this year’s Halloween on Twitter soon after he asked his question on energy policy to the presidential nominees.
“What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job layoffs?” he asked.
As reported by AOL, while there is no official Ken Bone attire listed on the internet there are a few items that could help one – including the IZOD Men’s Cable Solid 1/4 Zip Sweater (which, unfortunately, has seen been sold out, as pointed out by a tweet from GO magazine), Quicksnap Flash 400 Single-Use Camera With Flash and a Basic Character Moustache.
Ken Bone Halloween Costume: Other ideas to appear like Ken Bone this Halloween
The entire list can be viewed here.
Fusion has also listed a few ideas to help one adopt a look like Bone as part of their Halloween costumes – including wearing an Emily Deschanel mask along with the red sweater and saying “Ha ha hah ahha, I am Ken Bones” or putting a dog bone in one’s hair and then put the red sweater on.
While Bone is undecided as to whom he will be voting for in November, he urged people to cast their votes. “Even if you feel like your vote does not matter, it does,” Bone said, The Hill reports. “Make your voice heard.”
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