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Andre the Giant

Most people remember Andre the Giant for his role in The Princess Bride. For wrestling fans he is a major part of WWF history. A magnificent presence on his own, Andre didn’t need a flashy costume to stand out in the ring. While you may not be able to pull off the height, you can replicate his look with a black singlet, though you should cut one strap off if you want to be authentic.

The Undertaker

The Undertaker’s Western mortician and zombie-like style has made those with a darker side feel a little less geeky when it comes to watching wrestling. It has also given people an excuse to wear a leather duster. But if you really want to get the full look of The Undertaker you’ll need to layer on the black eyeliner. Otherwise your menacing look won’t look as menacing.

Steven Hyde

Hyde is the practically adopted son of the Foreman family and is easily the coolest member of the gang. He is likely to be seen sporting a T-shirt of a rock band, tinted glasses, and a righteous fro.

Bob Pinciotti

In That 70’s Show, Bob Pinciotti is Donna’s dim-witted but lovable father. He’s up to date on the latest fads, sporting a permed hairdo and polyester suits. He also likes to lounge around the house in nothing but an open bath robe.

Penny

Penny is Inspector Gadget’s niece. Through the use of technology and old-fashioned detective work, and with the help of her faithful companion Brain, she bails her bumbling uncle out of his latest jams.

Invader Zim

When the Almighty Tallest sent Invader Zim to Earth they did so to keep him from interrupting Operation Impending Doom II. However, Zim took his mission to Earth seriously. He enrolled himself in elementary school and tried to appear as humanlike as possible by wearing a pompadour wig and contact lenses. Yet somehow only one person questioned Zim’s green skin.

Dib

If there is one thing to say of Dib, it’s that he has determination. He’s obsessed with the paranormal and self-conscious about the size of his head. Wearing a trench coat and a hairstyle that likely requires a lot of pomade, Dib is extremely unpopular in school. But who has time for popularity when there is an alien to catch?

Miss Blankenship

Miss Blankenship was briefly Don Draper’s secretary during season 4 of Mad Men. She wasn’t exactly the youngest or hottest in the office, but we all enjoyed her outspokenness and quirky spirit. Don’t be fooled by her cataract goggles or her homemade afghan – she was even known to have had an escapade with young Roger Sterling back in the day.

Gomez Addams

Gomez Addams may not win any “Father of the Year” awards but don’t count him out as best dressed. Wearing pinstriped suits and smoking only the finest cigars, Gomez has a taste for things other than the creepy and grotesque. Whether he’s playing with his train sets or sword fighting, Gomez is always dressed to the nines.

Pugsley Addams

At first glance Pugsley looks like a nice young boy. Of course, he is a member of the Addams family and despite his adorable round face there is a lot of scheming going on inside his head. Even his black and white striped shirt implies that maybe one day he will wear the stereotypical prisoner garb.