Sexy Halloween costumes are crazier than ever thanks to

Sexy Halloween costumes are keeping the Halloween spirit alive, and companies like Yandy are cashing in on the craze.

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Sexy Halloween costumes are crazier than ever thanks to

Sexy skeleton. Sexy Frankenstein. Sexy Smeagol. We’ve seen ’em. We’ve worn ’em. We’ve loved ’em. OK, maybe not the last one, but we’ve all rolled our eyes at least once living in the sexy hallow generation (h8ers are the best motiv8ors). 

For better or worse, risqué choices are the Halloween wear people remember. And the lingerie and costume company Yandy has made a name by taking even the craziest of Halloween costumes to the next level of sexy.

It’s not good enough to be a normal Pumpkin

The Washington Post reports that sexy Allhallows Eve costumes didn’t quite hit the mainstream until Lindsay Lohan’s character in “Mean Girls” showed up to a Halloween party donning an ugly bride of Frankenstein costume, while the cool girls came as scantily clad animals. 

Today, consumers looking to let their sexy saddle soar often turn to, which has become a leader in churning out sexy Halloween costume designs. (This year includes sexy Mister Rogers, sexy Beyond Burger, and sexy White Claw.)

The company gained notoriety after they adhered pizza-shaped pockets to a sexy mouse costume — and just like that, you have a sexy pizza rat (based on the viral sensation that same year).

And no sexy stone has gone unturned since…

As many trends do, sexy Halloween wear has become more ironic over the years, for ladies looking to have their costume and wear it too. 

The self-awareness shift is a great fit for Yandy’s VP of merchandising, Pilar Quintana-Williams, who told WaPo that she is “98%” sure she could make any Halloween costume sexy.

Unfortunately, that same confidence has landed Yandy in hot water over the years, after putting some less-than-tasteful sexy selections up for sale. But the controversies have yet to make the company take a Halloween hiatus.

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