I absolutely LOVE Halloween and despise people who wear costumes that they clearly did not put a lot of effort into.

And what better way to represent South Jersey then put together a Halloween costume that represents!

So here are some South Jersey themed Halloween costumes that I am sure will win you contests and catch the eye of many.

Central Jersey

You can totally poke fun at a New Jersey stereotype. A lot of people say that, "No, Central Jersey does NOT exist." Time to prove them wrong. Or at least try.

Angry Driver

Careful how "colorful" you make this one but I do feel like everyone on the GSP gets angrier and angrier every year. You might have to get creative but no one knows about road rage quite like New Jersey.

Gas Attendant

We will never want to be a pump-your-own state. It is just not happening. Keep gas station attendants alive!

Garden State Parkway

"What exit do you live at?" is probably the epitome of living in New Jersey. You could get very creative on exactly how you put this costume together but there is some real potential here.

Pork Roll

No matter what you call it, there is nothing better than enjoying a pork roll, egg and cheese with salt, pepper and ketchup on a lovely weekend morning. Ahhh....such a magical breakfast dish.

Shoobie

Whether you hate to love them or you love to hate them, Shoobies are a HUGE part of the South Jersey's culture. They do bring us business so we should represent them but I personally give you permission to portray them as obnoxious as possible.

Lifeguard

You only need a few specific pieces of clothing, a whistle, and maybe some sunscreen on the nose for a decent lifeguard costume. Plus, they keep us safe all Summer long so why not show them some love?

White Claw

No matter where you went this Summer, White Claws was EVERYWHERE in South Jersey this Summer. You could even turn this one into a group costume by representing all of the flavors!

Tram Car

Paint a cardboard box with the same pattern as the Wildwood tram car and then repeatedly move throughout the evening saying "Watch the tram car, please," on repeat.

PLUS, you could even spice it up a bit and be the new Tram Car roller coaster that was just built in Wildwood.

Did I forget any major ideas? Don't hesitate to Comment Below so everything can be decked out in South Jersey attire!

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