Temperatures are going down. Leaves are falling. Pumpkin-spice is everywhere. And the Cowboys are back! That can only mean one thing: it’s fall, y’all!
Here in Frisco, we are counting down the days until our favorite holiday, Halloween. Things may look a little different this year, nevertheless, we are looking forward to putting on a costume and snacking on candy from now until Easter.
If you’re stuck on a costume, we’ve got some fun ideas that are as easy to put together as they are Frisco inspired.
FC DALLAS PLAYER
FC Dallas's regular season is still kicking as the fall weather arrives. So, whether you need an iconic look to attend a match, or you’re looking to score the most candy, we recommend taking costume inspiration from these pros.
Take the pitch with this look:
- Red or Grey FC Dallas jersey
- Navy workout shorts
- Knee-high socks
- Athletic shoes
- Soccer ball
DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADER
Bring the hype to Halloween as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader (DCC). Known as America’s sweethearts, the DCCs are pioneers of their sport. If you need a little more inspiration, you can find them performing routines on the touchdown deck during the Dallas Cowboys games.
Ready. Ok. Blue and white, Cowboys, let’s fight!
Jump into this gear:
- White boots
- White shorts
- Blue button down – tied
- White vest
- Pom poms
MARIO FROM THE NATIONAL VIDEOGAME MUSEUM
If you’re a gamer, you know the National Videogame Museum showcases the games of today while paying tribute to the classics of the past. Whether you’re perusing the more than 100,000 pieces of video game memorabilia or challenging your friend to game of Pong, you can’t miss the statue featuring several iconic video game characters, including the original Nintendo character, Mario, just waiting for a selfie.
Press start on this getup:
- Red long-sleeve shirt
- Blue overalls
- White gloves
- Red baseball cap with “M” on the front
- Add mustache for good measure
Did you know, Frisco got its start in 1902 when the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway was built through the area? In fact, the name Frisco is a shortened version of the railway’s name. To learn more about Frisco’s local history, check out the Frisco Heritage Museum or the Museum of the American Railroad. To don this costume, we suggest you practice shouting “all aboard.”
Full steam ahead with this costume:
- Overalls (preferable striped) or jeans with suspenders
- White t-shirt
- Red handkerchief
- Train conductor hat
- Wooden train whistle, just to be extra
Want to feel the rush of a free fall without jumping out of a plane? At iFly, an indoor skydiving facility, just about anyone can float in the 1,000-horsepower vertical wind tunnel. While you’re floating on a smooth cushion of air, smile for posterity photos you can take with you and use for inspiration to re-create this wind-blown look.
Take flight with this ensemble:
By now, you know Frisco is the home of PGA of America and some of the best golf that Texas has to offer. Here, you can tee off on resort-style country clubs, drive along fantastic fairways and sink a birdie on top-of-the-line public links. No matter your skill level, you just need to look the part.
Tee off in this attire:
- Knee-high socks
- Polo shirt
- Bermuda shorts/dress slacks
- Flat cap or Scally cap (for a more traditional look)
- Nike baseball cap (for a more modern look)