Halloween | AspenTimes.com


Following tradition, it snowed on All Hallow’s Eve. Bars adorned with festive decor were jampacked from the Caribou Club to the Cantina to an Elevation after-party.A fair share of jailbirds sporting orange jumpsuits resembling Pitkin County Jail attire were spotted around town. Scores of superheroes were on call on nearly every street corner, ready to rescue any damsels in distress. One group of ladies donned former bridesmaids’ dresses spanning many eras and levels of poor taste, while the bride-to-be sported a white lacy gown.Overall, though, fewer partyers were out and about than usual because the celebrated holiday fell on a Sunday.

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