We all have embarrassing Halloween costumes that we at some point, thought were amazing. Instead of trying to hide them, the Pubslush team has decided to embrace our past blunders and share them with you! Get to know the team this Halloween by checking out the costumes we've kept locked away until now!
Team Member: Hellen Barbara, President
Costume: Marie Antoinette
Thoughts: "Don't mind me while I blend in with the wallpaper..."
Team Member: Amanda Barbara, CEO
Costume: Little Bo Peep
Thoughts: This shows my love of ...
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