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RIVERDALE Beanie Makes Your Halloween Jughead Costume Complete

RIVERDALE Beanie Makes Your Halloween Jughead Costume Complete

Think back to all the elaborate crowns in history—royal kings, beauty queens, and of course the king of burgers himself—Forsythe Pendleton Jones III, otherwise known as Archie ComicsJughead Jones.

Jughead, the original cartoon crown wearer, has always been fashion forward when it comes to hats, dating all the way back to his first comics appearance in 1941. He was doing hipster royal headgear before it was cool. Cole Sprouse‘s updated Juggie of today on The CW’s Riverdale makes crown wearing the ultimate must have for deep thoughts and youth sleuthing.

With Halloween looming large, coming up with costume ideas should be on your agenda and if Riverdale cosplay is your goal, Hot Topic just made your outfit complete. Their new Riverdale Jughead beanie is soft and comf, and comes complete with his signature white and red bottle cap buttons.

No time to sew an elaborate Halloween dress or pull off screen accurate face paint? Or perhaps you’re just plain lazy, we get it. This mottled beanie is instantly recognizable and makes holiday dress up a breeze.

For next level Jughead, Hot Topic also offers a Southside Serpent t-shirt as a complement to the hat. Riverdale’s most notorious biker gang attire allows you to take your Juggie cosplay to the dark side.

Warning, there’s a possibility that placing this crown on your head will lead to intense burger feelings that are out of your control and can only be quelled by an icy cold milkshake from Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. That’s just a consequence of living the Jughead life.

The Riverdale Jughead Cosplay Beanie is available at Hot Topic stores and their website.

I’ll be dressing up at Jughead Jones this Halloween, will you? Let us know in the comments and tag @nerdist and @justjenn on Twitter to show us your outfits!

Images: Hot Topic

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