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I'm finding myself torn between two, possibly three options this Halloween. I was debating going as Anne Boleyn again (I have since improved my burgundy Tudor-ish dress, and I even have the "B" necklace), but then I saw an awesome Alice in Wonderland outfit on ebay. Sure enough, it looked as good on me as the Anne Boleyn dress.

Adding an annoying third option is the prairie dress I got last year but never got to wear - I'd been planning to poof up my hair and go as a polygamist woman, but like many topical outfits it probably has an expiration date. Many people probably wouldn't know what I was, and I don't want to make light of the plight of those women! Then again I could wear the same thing and be Chloe Sevigny from "Big Love".

My friends have been little help - they're split evenly three ways! Does anyone have an opinion on which option I should pick?

-Anne Boleyn
- Alice in Wonderland
- polygamist woman or Nicki from "Big Love"

Hope you have some feedback for me!

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Adding an annoying third option is the prairie dress I got last year but never got to wear - I'd been planning to poof up my hair and go as a polygamist woman, but like many topical outfits it probably has an expiration date.
Polygamist woman it is! I think it would be pretty cool.
 

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I'd vote for Anne Boleyn. Alice is always cool, but you may run into another Alice at a party. While I like the polygamist idea, that would be more recognizable as a group...... if you had a few other women and a man.
 

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Ann Boleyn, is perfect. I do not think Halloween is the time to make a political statement about some ones religiouse preference even if it is archeic and wrong as poligamy.
 

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Depends on what your plans for the night are, and how many times you want to tell people who you are. Alice is more recognizable. A psychotic Alice with ratty hair, blood splattered dress, and a severed stuffed animal rabbit head would be my ideal Alice.
 

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My daughter went as Anne for Zombie Day at the Bristol Renaissance Faire. We "sewed" her head back on for the event. Our resident grave digger wasn't all that thrilled with the Queen's mother running around faire all day. LOL





 

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As a Renaissance girl at heart I'd of course say Anne Boleyn. However, if you did her last year, perhaps Alice would be nice and you can do Anne again next year. Especially if you already bought the Alice dress and it looks great on you! Give 'em something new!
 
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