The couple that plays dress up together, stays together. Or at least that's what Lincoln Road's Halloween parade of hot people taught us.
Last night, costumes ranging from birthday suits to scary zombie get-ups could be seen stomping down the outdoor shopping area, where Miami's partiers go to show off their spookiest and sexiest creations. This year, the couples stole the show with elaborate, funny, and freaky looks. Here's a collection of our favorites.
10. Classy Cowboys
These impeccably dressed gents brought a little class and a lot of swagger to the Halloween insanity. We tip our hats to you, sirs.
9. S&M Love
While tons of girls go for the same old corset and lingerie routine on Halloween, these boys took the freaky bedroom play and put it on display. Giddyup.
8. Satanism is sexy
Good vs. evil is a classic Halloween theme, but this year the devils seem to win out. We're not complaining.
7. Spa day
These two kept it simple, hilarious, and oh-so-Miami. Where's our mimosa?
6. Winter is coming
Viking power is some heady shit. This couple can withstand rough winds and long winters as they slay the Halloween competition.
5. First-aid freaks Looks like the zombie attack reached the local hospital, and this doctor-nurse-patient threesome already got the bug.
4. Pop art is (un)dead
This Andy Warhol/Michael Jackson inspired zombie fest is both fun and creepy to look at.
3. Star Wars family
These three are too cute for words. The Force is strong with this one.
2. Devilish duo
Demons, devils, or a disturbing combo? We're having Candyman flashbacks that make-up is so good.
1. Technology is evil
What. the hell. is this? There's tubes and wires and remote controls hanging from their veins. There's calculators printing obsolete receipts and headsets transmitting orders from a distant overlord. Have these men emerged from an electronic graveyard? We are intrigued, impressed, and freaked out.
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