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Chandler Bing from Friends

Few shows are as iconic of the late ’90s and early 2000s than Friends. And while everyone has their favorites, pretty much everyone agrees that Chandler Bing (played by Matthew Perry) was the funniest member of the group. He always had a joke or sarcastic comment ready. Whether or not it was the right thing to say, well, that varied from comment to comment.

Dressing like Chandler is very easy. Classic jeans and brown boots paired with a bowling shirt under an unbuttoned black vest. Both the bowling shirt and the vest can be used to mimic several of Chandler’s outfits and the other pieces are versatile as well which makes this a great cosplay for people who want their pieces to transition from one costume to another.

Andy Bernard from The Office

Andy Bernard (played by Ed Helms) is a Dunder Mifflin employee from The Office who transfers from Stamford to Scranton with Jim when the branches are merged together.  Andy often refers to his time at Cornell University, and especially his involvement with a college a cappella group.  Andy has anger management issues which he takes classes for, and he is also romantically involved with both Angela and Erin at different times.  Andy often wears pastel colors, sweater vests, and bow ties.

Kevin Malone the Office

Kevin Malone from the Office

“It’s not Ashton Kutcher! It’s Kevin Malone.” Here is an easy to follow costume guide for Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) from The Office. In true Kevin spirit, we won’t say lot word when few word do trick. His outfits are usually gray or brown suits, always with a brown patterned tie. Trim the front bangs off this monk wig to achieve Kevin’s hairstyle. Be sure not to drop the pot — no one likes a chili stained carpet.

Young Michael Scott Shaking Hands Photo from The Office

Young Michael Scott Shaking Hands from The Office

In The Office episode “The Carpet”, Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) reflects on being a friendly boss with his staff, and then reminisces about his old boss Ed Truck who was no-nonsense and no fun. The camera flashes to an old Dunder Mifflin staff newsletter photo where a young Michael Scott — mullet, fanny pack, and all — is shaking hands with Ed after receiving top sales honors.

Three Hole Punch Jim Halpert from The Office

Three-Hole-Punch Jim Halpert

In season 2 of The Office, Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) dresses up for the Halloween office party as three hole punch version of himself, as opposed to his usual plain white self. Cut the holes out of black felt, and when one falls off, you can easily convert to two hole punch Jim. His watch is the Victorinox Swiss Army Men’s Infantry #24656, but any watch with a white face and brown strap will do.

Goldenface

In The Office, Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) stars as supervillain Goldenface in a low budget thriller written and directed by Michael Scott called Threat Level Midnight. He faces off against hero Agent Michael Scarn (of course played by Michael Scott) and his robot butler (played by Dwight Schrute).

Pimp Kramer

Pimp Kramer

In the Seinfeld episode “The Wig Master”, Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) is lent the technicolor dreamcoat from a musical show. He flamboyantly pairs it with a large woman’s hat, walking cane, and pink Cadillac, which lead police to mistakenly conclude that he’s a pimp.

Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld usually keeps his wardrobe low key until he inadvertently agrees to promote a shirt designed by Kramer’s girlfriend. He’s pressured into wearing “The Puffy Shirt” on The Today Show even though he protests by saying, “But I don’t want to be a pirate!”

Prison Mike

In the Office, Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) adopts the persona of Prison Mike when he wants to shock people about the tough conditions of prison life. As he tells it, the prison food is nothing but gruel, but by far the worst thing about prison was the Dementors.

Pam Beesly Halpert

Pam Beesly is Dunder Mifflin’s receptionist-turned-office-manager-but-really-an-artist. Little did she know that she’d fall in love, find a best friend, and gain an extended family at her “boring” office job.