Still looking for a Halloween costume? Look no further than these strong Black men for your inspiration.
He might have lived in LA, but Ice Cube’s character in Boyz n the Hood was rarely seen without his Detroit Tigers hat. Wear one — plus a black sweatshirt or button-down and a curl wig — and it will be 1991 again.
Pick your favorite era, then head online to find the perfect ready-made costume. Or keep it simple with black-and-white pieces from your closet.
Bernie Mack’s attention-grabbing character was hands down the best part of The Players Club. Grab a brightly colored jacket, a bowler hat and a dollar sign pendant and there’s “gon' be trouble, trouble.”
All you need is a zebra-print jacket and a cornrow wig with beads and you too can be Chappelle’s hilarious take on the “Super Freak” singer.
Rock a bald head, a holey hoodie and a pair of jeans and you can be Marvel’s breakout star of the season, as portrayed by Mike Colter.
Pay tribute to the Purple One with a frilly shirt and a jacket in his favorite color.
Who can resist being the star of Coming to America when there is already a ready-made costume?
Coming to America is the gift that keeps on giving. Why not don a thrift store powder blue tux and a Jheri curl wig and be Mr. Sexual Chocolate himself?
The latest incarnation of Spider-Man is Miles Morales, an Afro-Latino teen. Pick up a costume and represent.
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