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Oktoberfest costumes are great party outfits.  Headed to an Oktoberfest in the US? You could be boring and wear your regular street clothes. Or you could order an Oktoberfest costume and have a blast!  Funtober has information such as dates and locations for more than 1000 Oktoberfests around the world.  We also sell costumes for those events.

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Are you ready for Halloween 2018? Funtober has listed hundreds of costume ideas and thousands of Halloween costumes for sale this year. We have an incredible selection of halloween costumes for women, men, and kids. We help couples find fun and amazing adult costumes, women find the perfect sexy costume, parents find the outfit that will thrill their child as well as the baby costumes that will adorn their first Halloween pictures forever.

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Why are these costumes sometimes known as the St. Pauli Girl costume? St. Pauli is the name of a famous red light district in Hamburg and lends its name to a popular German beer, St. Pauli Girl. St. Pauli Girl has been brewing beer on the site of the former St. Pauli monastery since the 1800s and also employs a spokesmodel (often a Playboy playmate) each year to promote the brand. The beer girl costumes are of the type found on the label to the St. Pauli Girl, based on the waitress’ outfits from the 1800s.