PHOTOS: SF State Halloween Fashions

San Francisco is no stranger to off-beat and unique outfits on its streets, but Halloween gives people a new closet to dig their outfits from.

From a bearded lady to mustached plumbers, SF State offers a collection eccentrically costumed student population.

Here is just a sample of what could be seen today on All Hallows Eve.

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Freshman Danielle Ignacio, 18, poses as a Gryffindor student during Halloween at SF State. "I was going to be Snooki, but I lost the wig," said Ignacio. Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Brothers Thien (left) and Thi Pham pose as Luigi and Mario, respectively, during Halloween at SF State. "It's nice to put a smile on people's faces," said Thi. Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Psychology major Nick Ajsal, 26, poses as Cyclops from X-men during Halloween at SF State. Ajsal said it was his childhood fantasy to dress up as the superhero. Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Theatre graduate Justin Rhodes, 26, poses as a bearded lady during Halloween at SF State. "It wasn't really a conscious decision," said Rhodes, "the pieces just kind of fell together." Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Cinema Graduate Sam Hock, 23, poses as Quailman from "Doug" during Halloween at SF State. Hock said he dressed up as the character because "I grew up in the 90s." Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Creative Arts employee Paul Wilson, 43, poses as a guy from the 70s during Halloween at SF State. "A lot of people think I look like Lenny Kravitz or Jimmy Hendrix," said Wilson. Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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Graduate student Josh Rosen, 30, poses as Liza Minnelli during Halloween at SF State. Photo by Gregory Moreno.

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History major Kaitlyn Tiner, 18, poses as Waldo during Halloween at SF State. "Everyone says 'I found you!'," said Tiner. Photo by Gregory Moreno

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