Brrr! The 10 Skimpiest Costumes at Something Wicked

What is it about EDM that compels folks to walk around in their unmentionables?

Houston's second annual Halloween EDM festival, Something Wicked, took place over the weekend at Sam Houston Race Park, and boy did we ever get an eyeful. Both guys and gals chose to suffer through the somewhat chilly night by wearing nothing more than a bra, a cape, and a pair of undies. Rocks Off stopped several festival attendees and asked them to bare it all for our photographer's camera.

REWIND: Something Wicked at Sam Houston Race Park, 10/26/2013

10. Oh sure, show all the male nipples and abs you want until the cows come home, but let one lady nipple slip, and suddenly the whole worlds screams in protest.

9. Good Cop, Bad Cop

8. Wonder Woman was a popular costume this year. This lady was proud that her suit was homemade, and ever prouder of her derriere. Very talented indeed.

More costumes on the next page.

7. Peace, Love, & Pasties.

SLIDESHOW: The Something Wicked Festival 2013 in Photos

6. Superman was also a popular choice this year. Abs sold separately.

5. For the love of fishnets (and almost nothing else!).

4. You can't forget your light-up hula hoop!

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3. The villains from Mortal Kombat were extra evil this year!

2. Mardi Gras & Carnavál will be here soon.

1. That's one lucky mouse!


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