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Posted on 10/31/2011 02:46:00 PM

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According to Google, there are five pop culture Halloween costumes for women that will be hot this All Hallows' Eve weekend. These outfits are inspired by the year's most popular movies, TV shows, and musicians, but some take a cue from the past. So if you end up donning the same trendy costume as six other ladies at a Halloween party this weekend, don't say we didn't warn you! Find out the top five most-searched women's costumes now!

Playboy Bunny
Even though The Playboy Club didn't last very long, thanks to the show's good and bad publicity, Hef's Playboy bunnies and clubs have been been news fodder of late. Whether women go as the '60s bunnies or the modern ones won't really matter, since not much has changed!

Nicki Minaj
If you've moved on from that other outrageously dressed singer Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj may be your best option. She, too, dons colorful wigs, face-covering accessories, and underwear as clothes.

Thanks to The Smurfs movie with Katy Perry as the voice of Smurfette, this blue cartoon character is a costume trend for both girls and women this year.

Pan Am
Another new retro show is inspiring women this Halloween: Pan Am. This drama harkens back to the days of glamorous flight attendants, who were sexy without the fishnets and push-up bras.

Black Swan
Natalie Portman's award-winning psychological thriller has influenced all kinds of things this past year, from a hilarious Saturday Night Live skit to a Black Swan-inspired wedding. And with the flick's dramatic makeup and ballet costumes it's no surprise it's the top female costume and No. 2 overall most-searched Halloween costume this year (after Angry Birds).


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Posted on 10/28/2011 02:17:00 PM

Stormtrooper: The Fatherhood Life

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You don’t have to be a Star Wars geek to love Stormtroopers. We all do! But in case you were still on the fence, thinking they are evil and mean, these freakin’ brilliantphotos by Stockholm based Kristina Alexanderson might make you reconsider and appreciate them for who the cool, caring and ‘real’ they are. After all, it’s just a job… Check out this great collection of photos after the jump!

Kristina Alexanderson is a Stockholm based Teacher, Project Manager and Star Wars Fan. She’s been photographing Stormtroopers for quite some time already, and her amazing concept and work has been featured on numerous sites and newspapers like The Daily Mail.


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