Halloween is less than a week away. Have you picked up your family’s costumes and accessories yet?
I haven’t even started. I entertained the idea of attempting to fit my kids into their Ninja Turtles costumes from last year.
You still have time to make up — or change — your mind after seeing Google’s most popular costume ideas, based on searches nationwide.
As of Wednesday, the 15 most commonly searched costumes for Halloween 2017 include:
1. Wonder Woman
It’s no surprise that Diana, the Amazonian princess turned Wonder Woman heroine, exploded back onto the scene just before summer and has not slowed down. She is most popular in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
2. Harley Quinn
The supervillain you love to hate has not lost her steam since debuting by the Joker’s side at the end of summer last year. She is most popular in Casper, Wyoming.
They used to be funny until your father made you watch “IT” when you were 5 and now they are terrifying.
Who wouldn’t want to be a mythical creature? You can even be a zombie unicorn. True story — go ahead and Google that.
A white rabbit perhaps? On the radar because of “Alice in Wonderland” movies in 2010 and 2016 that starred Johnny Depp. Most popular in Laredo, Texas.
“Winnie! I smell children!” Who doesn’t love the Sanderson sisters? Please, hurry up and make “Hocus Pocus 2”! This is the most popular search in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
As in world-famous Mickey Mouse, 89 years young and still captivating audiences young and old. Most popular in Bozeman, Montana.
Capt. Jack Sparrow still shows a strong presence after “Dead Men Tell No Tales” came out in May and the strong possibility of a sixth movie. Most popular search in Dayton, Ohio.
No matter whether you are #TeamRick or #TeamNegan on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” the zombies steal the show at Halloween. Most popular in Abilene, Texas.
“I’m da baby!” Yep, that dinosaur made a comeback after Hulu revived him on your streaming devices. But Google said Stuffy McStuffins and “Jurassic Park” helped boost this search.
Don’t worry, Disney princesses still make the cut. According to Google, people are searching for the classic princesses — Belle, Cinderella and Snow White. Most popular search in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Still riding the 2016 waves of stardom and proving to be one of the fiercest Disney princesses, Moana is a favorite everywhere. Most popular search in Portland, Maine.
Thanks to the popular LEGO Ninjago movies, everything ninja is a strong possibility this year.
The battle between Marvel and DC Comics continues and Google said there is no distinct winner between Captain America and Batman. Most popular search in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Ariel has made a top Halloween costume list since she set eyes on Prince Eric in 1989. She is the most popular search in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Rounding out the top 20 are Pennywise, the clown from IT, Batman, monster, vampire, doll and Belle.
Star Wars doesn’t appear until No. 30 on the list and LEGO even further down at No. 50.
It’s a safe bet my three boys may be the only Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the block. Those are No. 59 on the list.
And my go-to costume, Flapper Girl, rounds out the top 100. My husband’s costume, the Grim Reaper, places at No. 156.
Want to check out which other costumes did or didn’t make the cut? Check it out on Google’s ‘Frightgeist’ here.