Halloween is always a fun time to observe people's hidden selves.
These days, Generation Z welcomes Halloween 365 days a year in their daily outfits, hair, and makeup. As an 80s Millennial who wore bright colored clothes like everyone else, had an eyebrow piercing for a year or two in the 90s, reddish hair like Janet Jackson for a month in the 90s, and pretty much welcomed styles from Tomboy hip hop to Preppy girly girl, I get it! I'm also a Kpop fan like so many today.
Although my stylings were short lived and based on the styles of my generation, I'm still blown away by the amount of Generation Z's cow ringed unicorns. I'm not even making a joke there. They really are loving those nose piercings and colored hairstyles more than 80s or 90s kids did.
I wouldn't really call today's day to day styles a costume though. It just represents the current times of gender neutrality, androgyny, short lived hookups, and/or singles with no intention to really mingle. Will Generation Z grow out of their styles like the 80s and 90s kids did by 30? Most likely.
Now let's look at some popular Halloween costumes to see what more we can learn.
In a nutshell, your favorite Halloween costume is what you crave more of in your life.
Vampire - This is my favorite. As mentioned above, I had reddish black hair at one point. It's still my favorite color combination for Fall and/or Winter moods, Halloween party themes, and Kpop concepts. It was also my go to for Halloween costumes.
If you like Vampire themes and black haired costumes, you may have a widow's peak, enjoy sophisticated tastes (foods, styles, trips, partners, etc) and desire more creative expressions at night vs. the day. Sunsets may be your favorite.
Consider visiting more locations where you can enjoy hipster scenes, historical buildings, "conservative" styles, and/or fine dining.
Jokers - If you enjoy Joker costumes and green haired monster themes, you may need to express your inner rebel more. The Joker started off as a harmless clownish prankster when he was introduced in the 40s/50s. The Joker became more of a threat to Batman in the 70s. He really was Batman's other half. The push and pull energy really shows itself in Joker fans.
Consider visiting more locations that allow you to unleash your inner rebel safely. This can be amusement parks, carnivals, street art locations, Halloween parties, themed cafes, comedy clubs, etc.
Joker fans may enjoy Kpop song concepts like EXO's Obsession and A.C.E's Savage...all very harmless concepts at the end of the day!
Anything Cute - If you enjoy cute costumes and themes, you may need to express your innocent side more. Many people have their guards up on a daily basis, esp in countries that require you to.
Consider visiting more locations that allow you to let your guard down. This could be Disney parks, countries like Japan, animal themed cafes, science museums, etc. :)
Sagittarius Rooster with Over 20 Years Expertise in Metaphysics.