Try an early human look, suggested Rick Potts, an internationally recognized expert in early human life and the curator of anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History. It’s a waxy, hairy, wide-eyed look.
Dressing like Annie Oakley will provide history and an opportunity to dust off the fringed buckskin. Study the movie and Broadway interpretations but Anne Collins Goodyear of the National Portrait Gallery points out the gallery has a photograph of the real person taken in 1885.
For Gambino’s full report: The List: Smithsonian-Inspired Halloween Costumes.
For more inspiration, try “Booooooom.”