SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Looking for some Halloween costume inspiration?
Recently released data from Google outlined just what others are searching in San Diego, California, and the U.S. when it comes to Halloween costumes this year.
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Spoiler: Don't be surprised if you see Wonder Woman throughout San Diego this season.
Google's "Frightgeist" data revealed that "Wonder Woman," "unicorn," "pirate," "rabbit," and "clown" have been the most commonly searched costumes this year. The trend more or less mimics the state and the rest of the country.
In California, the top searches were Wonder Woman, clown, unicorn, Harley Quinn, and rabbit, while nationwide, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, clown, unicorn, and rabbit took the top spots.
For couples, the most commonly searched costumes have been Bonnie and Clyde, Beauty and the Beast, Forrest Gump and Jenny, Lilo and Stitch, and Tarzan and Jane.
If you're one of those people who are also waiting until the last minute to decorate your house, you're in luck. Google has also compiled that data to inspire your late decorating.
The most searched Halloween decorations this year have been stickers, picture frames, curtains, candles, and wall art.