Halloween's right around the corner and you're still debating over what or who you'll be going as.
Not to worry - because PBN has got your back.
You didn't know what to wear to that Halloween party... until now!
One of the most beloved plant-based doctors out there, Dr. Greger would be thrilled if he knew you were dressing up as him.
Get a lab coat, green neck tie (essential), and glasses - and tell people evidence-based nutrition facts. Get it?
Bonus: wear a toque blanche hat, a stethoscope, greens and a radiant smile at all times.
Broccoli? Tofu? Eggplant? (wink) - the possibilites are endless!
Get creative and crafty by turning yourself into a nutritious vegan food.
A classic vegetarian character, Bart's younger and more compassionate sister would make a fantastic Halloween costume.
Get that yellow face paint out, put on a red dress, a pearl necklace - and be outspoken about your liberal views.
An obvious one, but activism doesn't have to take a break on Halloween.
Dress up as a cow, chicken, sheep, or a pig - and you could even make it more Halloween-fitting by adding some fake blood into the mix.
Having fun and raising awareness of the plight of animals at the same time...
Moby, Ellen, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Silverstone, Morrisey, Pamela Anderson, and Sia are all prominent figures spreading the vegan message.
You could use their most notable features (e.g. Silverstone's Clueless character, or Sia's wigs), and promote veganism by looking fancy.
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Diana is a London-based writer dedicated to bringing you the latest updates in ethical consumerism and plant-based nutrition. She is a recent media graduate with extensive journalistic experience, and writes in hopes of changing the narrative. You can follow Diana on Instagram and Twitter @dianalupica
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