I'd Rather Be: A Google Employee

While a Personal Shopper can give you what you need for real life, I'd Rather Be sets you up for fantasy lives you didn't even know you had. Because sometimes a new shampoo isn't enough for a whole new you. (Want us to outfit your alter ego or your alternate reality? Just say the word!)

Google doesn't just make searching the web easy. It also makes choosing a Halloween costume easy.

  • Without being overtly obvious (the rest of the outfit will take care of that), the Android shirt ($13) is a great way to show your allegiance to Google and not to that forbidden fruit.

  • Yellow bangles-a-plenty ($45 for one) represent the multiple results that a single Google search will yield. Or if you want to get creative, write your Twitter name and phone number on each bracelet and hand them out like calling cards to hot dudes throughout the night.

  • What could be more quintessentially Google than these almost eerily appropriate multicolored wedges ($50)? If only they came with a Google imprint on the bottom allowing you to leave a logoed footprint with every step you take.

  • Gotta wear short pants ($10) to offset your long list of achievements.

  • There's no better method than a Prius ($24,000) for getting around the neighborhood, collecting candy from every driveway. Good thing Google incentivizes you to drive this electric beast. Otherwise you'd just look silly.

  • Make sure to bring along your emergency utensil key chain ($1) to ensure that, no matter what that delicious Google cafe is serving up, you're ready to chow down. Can't miss those pumpkin cupcakes or candy apple pie. (May be useful elsewhere too. But don't be too surprised to learn that not everyone will feed you for free.)

  • Given how Google celebrates the "work hard, play hard" attitude, a Nerf gun ($25) will be necessary to ensure optimal fun is had.

  • And because you are a grown-up with a real job, leave the candy to the kiddies and pass out appropriately colored shot glasses ($1 each). Alcohol optional.

  • After the party is over and the Prius is charging, pull your tablet from its Vibe sleeve ($5) and tell the internet all about it.

    Halloween costume price? Oh, just $24,150 (but without the car, it's just $150!)

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