Brooklyn’s do-it-yourselfers outdid themselves this year for Park Slope’s 29th annual Halloween Parade, crafting a bevy of memorable outfits that delighted sidewalk audiences.
Among the standout costumes included a woman dressed as Disgust from the film “Inside Out,” a Rosie the Riveter, and some fine looking jelly fish that floated majestically down Seventh Avenue, according to one mom.
“It was really creative,” said Gravesender Denise Arensberg, who brought her son Marley, 6, and daughter Malia, 7.
Kings County dogs also got in on the action, looking awfully cute — and creepy — in their costumes, parents said.
“I saw a ghost dog,” said Kensington mom Jennifer Pineiro, whose daughter Jennelle came dressed as Maleficent’s daughter Mal from the tween flick “Descendants.”
Ghost of Park Slope past Mayor DeBlasio returned to haunt his old ’hood — he and wife Chirlane McCray both came as Mets players just a day before the Amazin’s lost the World Series.
Afterwards, the event’s spooky spectators dispersed throughout Park Slope, the best neighborhood for trick or treating, according to Pineiro.
“It’s a good neighborhood for Halloween,” she said. “All the good candy’s there.”