Halloween is around the corner and if you still don’t know what to wear, these Toronto-themed Halloween costumes could be a good place to start. Why dress up as a basic black cat when you can be a trash panda? These costumes are sure to be a hit at the party, and the best part is that you can wear them with friends.

Here are 7 Toronto-themed costumes so you can get creative this Halloween and make your spooky look a memorable one.

A trash panda and its natural habitat

This costume is perfect for a couple or two friends. One person dresses as a raccoon and the other dresses as a Toronto garbage bin. As for who gets stuck with the trash costume, a round of Rock Paper Scissors will make it fair and square.

The Toronto sign

You’ll need six friends to join you for this easy last-minute costume of the Toronto sign in Nathan Phillips Square. All you need is some neon construction paper to cut out the letters. As for your outfits, you can keep it simple with head-to-toe black to make the letters stand out.

Drake and Rihanna in the “Work” music video

This music video was famously shot at Toronto’s The Real Jerk. And anything involving Drake is already a good start for anything Toronto-themed. You can re-watch the music video for outfit inspiration and you can even recreate the video for the full effect.

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Toronto Raptors or Maple Leafs players

Here’s an easy one! You don’t even need to go to a costume store for this outfit. Your nearest sports apparel store should have exactly what you need. Now that both teams are back for the season, you can also use this as an excuse to go to a game. It’s a win-win!

TTC bus and driver

There are some seriously creative TTC costumes on the internet, so feel free to use them for inspo. You can also play up the humour by adding “Sorry, not in service.” Real Toronto locals will know that missing your bus on a cold night is worse than any haunted house.

The subway line

There are so many ways to do this costume, depending on how creative you want to get. This amazing group costume might spark some ideas. You can also print the subway map into pieces, glue them on and stand side by side. Or, just wear t-shirts with station names on them. The options are endless!

The CN Tower and Rogers Centre

If you’re an expert-level crafter, you and your BFF can give this costume a try. You may not be the sexiest pair at the Halloween party, but it’s safe to say that you’ll still get plenty of attention. If you do attempt this costume, please let us know and we will share the heck out of your photo.