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Best Sloane Peterson Halloween Costume Guide
Sloane Peterson co-stars in the hit coming of age 1980s film, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, written and directed by John Hughes. Mia Sara portrays Sloane and stars alongside popular actors of the time such as Matthew Broderick, who plays Ferris Bueller. The storyline follows another day of Ferris Bueller faking an illness to slack off from school. Ferris manages to convince his best friend Cameron Frye and his girlfriend Sloane, to skip school as well. Sloane calls in her absence, giving the excuse that her grandma is sick. The friends spend the day going around Chicago taking in the famous sights.
Get the look of the Ferris’ girlfriend with this complete Sloane Peterson costume guide. You can have her iconic 80’s look with a white t-shirt, blue tank top, olive green shorts, and a black belt. Finish it off with a white fringed jacket, white boots, and a long straight hair wig.
Sloane Peterson Cosplay Costumes
Sloane, at the height of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off popularity, was one of those characters that guys wanted to be with her, and girls wanted to be like her. Though she was good-looking, popular in school, and a cheerleader, Sloane was also known to be sensitive, loving, outspoken, and even-tempered. Her personality may give some insight as to why she was open and tolerant of Ferris’ many whims. Even if it meant having to pretend her grandma was sick to skip school to spend the day with Ferris.
Dressing up as Sloane Peterson is bound to a fun cosplay. You get to explore (or re-explore) the 80s era. In true 80’s fashion, Sloane’s look is a very random combination of basic clothing with accent pieces. For example, the white fringe sleeve jacket. It’s an iconic item for sure. Travel back to the 80s high school glory day and explore the streets of Chicago in a 1961 Ferrari with a partner dressed up like Ferris Bueller.
About Sloane Peterson
The film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is considered a coming of age classic. The movie is regarded as a favorite not merely because it was written and directed by John Hughes. But, more importantly, the film featured many famous and iconic venues in the state of Illinois. The trio of Ferris, Sloane, and Cameron went around the city and stopped at key points of interest.
One such place was the Art Institute of Chicago where Ferris and Sloane had a romantic moment in front of the painting America Widows by Marc Chagall. Director John Hughes said that the scene at the museum was a piece of indulgence for him in that it was his chance to feature some of his favorite works. Another critical place in the movie was Wrigley Field where the trio ends up watching a ball game, and Ferris is shown to have caught a foul ball on television.