Any Food Network fan knows that each chef has their own signature style. Even the average person can identify Guy Fieri's signature crazy blonde hair from a mile away. What I am offering here is a mere starter pack of possibilities for dressing up as your favorite chefs. You could always take it one step further and make their favorite cocktails to go with it. Celebrate Halloween the right way and make the Food Network and Spoon University proud with these costumes.
There are a few options for how to dress up like Alton. You could go for either the Camp Cutthroat version or the classic Good Eats version. For the Camp Cutthroat option (pictured above), you need a fake beard (or a real one if you're especially ambitious), fake glasses, a camp cutthroat hat, and some tattered clothing. Your friends might confuse you for a lost hiker, but it's all good.
For the Good Eats version, you need a plaid shirt, fake glasses, and a bow tie. Spitting random, but useful food facts at the Halloween party is also encouraged.
Bobby is one of the classic chefs, so definitely sport an apron of some sort. Make sure to get a wig with his signature ginger locks. Carry around a spatula, because you know Bobby is always ready for a throwdown. Get even more in the spirit by walking around the party and challenging people to cooking competitions.
Giada De Laurentiis
Giada is all about the form-fitting dresses. To dress like her, you need a very tight dress and a bowl of spaghetti as an accessory. Make sure to mispronounce a bunch of Italian words so people can guess who you are.
Anne Burrel is known for her signature blonde spiky hair and bad ass attitude. To dress like her, you need a chef's coat with some red accents, a pair of red Crocs, and a spiky blonde wig. Call out the worst cooks in the room to embody her personality.
If you accidentally get two of the Anne Burrel wigs, give the other one to a friend so they can be Guy Fieri. Next, you need a tattoo sleeve, a graphic tee, a blonde goatee, and extensive knowledge about Flavortown. Add some hater shades as an extra touch and you'll be on the talk of the party.
The most important component of a Paula Deen costume is the butter. You need to carry around a minimum of 3 pounds in order for it to be a successful costume. Other than butter, you need a fabulous gray wig, a button-up shirt, and a thick southern accent.
We all know we want to be Ina, so we might as well dress up as her for Halloween. All you need is a blue button-up shirt, black pants, a fabulous necklace, and carry around some "good" olive oil. Make it a couples costume by finding your very own Jeffrey.