When you go out to a party and you’re wearing a costume, you want to keep the costume as simple as possible.
“If I’m in a black suit and I’m standing at the front, I’m trying to wear black shoes, I want to have a very low profile,” said Jessica, a 21-year-old college student from Chicago.
Jessica and her friends dressed up as Superman, Batman, Spiderman and Wonder Woman in the fall.
They wore costumes from the DC Comics superhero movie Superman: The Animated Series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Wonder Woman, Supergirl and the Teen Titans, and Supergirl: The New Adventures of Supergirl.
“I wanted to keep it as much simple as I could,” Jessica said.
She was joined by her friend, a 27-year old college student who goes by the name of Lila.
Lila said she started wearing costumes the summer before she moved to Chicago.
Lilea said she was inspired by the characters that she idolized growing up.
In high school, she wore black jeans, a pink shirt and black boots.
She wanted to look like her idol, but her friends said she just wore them for the fun of it.
At parties, she dressed up like Wonder Woman.
“It’s really fun, because the costume can give you a good vibe,” Lila explained.
“When you’re with a group, the fun and the surprise is really cool.”
Lila said her biggest costume challenge was the fact that she couldn’t get to the gym to do cardio.
She said she didn’t know anyone who was doing it and had never tried it before.
Lila’s friends said they have some of the same challenges.
“We have to figure out how to keep up with what we’re doing,” Jessica, who is also a senior at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said.
“It’s a lot of effort.
It takes a lot out of you.”
Jessica and Lila are not alone in trying to find a way to keep their costumes simple.
In October, students at University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, wore costumes that included red shoes and black pants and wore t-shirts with a “K” design on the front.
Students at Michigan State University, in East Lansing, wore a “H” symbol on their shirts and wore a mask with the word “M” on the side.
There are a number of other costume challenges students face.
Some are still trying to figure how to stay cool while they’re dressed as Superman or Batman.
For one, the costumes can be very distracting to students who have ADHD or have learning disabilities.
Many of the students said they didn’t have any idea where to put their masks when they took them off.
Some wore masks as a mask to distract themselves.
Another challenge students said is difficult to overcome.
“You need to be really careful with your emotions,” Jessica told Fox Sports.
“You can’t get angry and scream, because that will ruin your costume.
So you have to be careful with how you’re feeling, and be careful when you’re talking to your peers about what you’re doing.”