Our favorite lovable loser, Charlie Brown, never fails to put a smile on our faces and warmth in our hearts. Along with his best pal Snoopy, Charlie tries his best at everything he does but comes up just short of accomplishment. One thing he’s great at though is being a great friend, which is why everyone loves Charlie Brown.
Linus has a big heart and a lot of insecurity. Though the color of his striped shirt may change, you will never see him without his blue blanket. It’s a key part of his look, and if you skip out on it you’re just going to look like every other elementary school student.
Bastian may have conjured up his fantasies in “The Neverending Story” but little did he know he was also channeling the ’90s skater boy look way before anyone else. Chances are you probably have a few of these items in your closet already. However, what really makes this costume is the book. Luckily for you we live in a world of technology, so you can skip the hardback copy and go straight for “The Neverending Story” Kindle cover.
If the idea of mixing patterns makes you cringe then you probably don’t want to take fashion tips from Chunk. His choice of clothing was as outrageous as the stories he told. Then again, maybe the truffle shuffle wouldn’t have been as funny if he wasn’t wearing a Hawaiian shirt. Who are we kidding? The truffle shuffle is always funny no matter what the person is wearing.
Russell is an enthusiastic Wilderness Explorer who’s goal is to help Carl Fredricksen in order to obtain his Assisting the Elderly badge. He becomes an accidental passenger when Carl turns his house into a makeshift airship taking them both on an adventure to Paradise Falls. In the end, Russell earns his merit badge, when he helps Carl realize there’s more to life than holding onto old memories.
Calvin is an adventurous six-year-old boy with poor grades but a sharp wit. His best friend is Hobbes, a sarcastic tiger not afraid to give Calvin a dose of reality. Strangely, others seem to see Hobbes only as a stuffed toy.
It’s Halloween 1982, and Elliott’s on a mission to get E.T. back to his home planet. His alien buddy may be a nudist, but that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t bundle up for his epic bike ride.