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Lover's Lane has metro Detroiters covered this Halloween season



It is often remarked upon that in these modern times Halloween is just an excuse for women to dress up like a sexy version of their favorite farm animal. Sexy cop, sexy pilot, sexy peacock, sexy Freddy Krueger, and sexy Snow White are also popular sexy fright night get-ups. But what's a girl to do if she's looking for a sexy costume that won't have her matching every other sexy kitty cat on the block? Well, we're glad you asked because Lover's Lane has you covered.

The Michigan-based erotic retailer has an absolutely enormous stock of sexy costumes. Whether you're hoping to be a sexy superhero, sexy Medusa, sexy nun, sexy angel, sexy American Indian, or a sexy bumblebee, their shops are fully stocked with erotic ensembles that offer varying degrees of skin coverage and cultural appropriation.

Think you can't be a sexy Geisha just because you aren't a size 0? You'd be wrong. Lover's Lane carries a large stock of plus-size costumes that mirror the rest of their supply. And if you can't attend that spooky shindig as Belle without her Beast, a limited selection of coordinating men's costumes are also available.

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