Stop putting "sexy" or "naughty" in front of any occupation and calling it a Halloween costume. If you must go with the sexy-angle, do Marilyn Monroe or Jessica Rabbit. "Sexy toll-booth operator" is just not right.
In one of the other "Top 10 Women's Halloween Costumes" lists, there were four that began with "sexy", and two with "naughty". Here are our picks that do not require either of those adjectives.
1) Rosie the Riveter - we love the retro look, and Rosie is a cultural icon signifying strong, capable women. Plus it's a cute costume, and you don't have to do your hair.
2) Trophy Wife - a great tongue-in-cheek costume, where you will need to do your hair.
3) Anything with an Afro - if you haven't worn an Afro wig (or an actual Afro), you haven't lived. Those are FUN to shake around, plus you can hide candy in it! Foxy Cleopatra, Angela Davis, whomever. Build the costume around the Afro.
4) Wonder Woman - you don't have to put "sexy Wonder Woman" because that is implied.
5) Joan of Arc - another strong female role model-ish type. Wearing that heavy chainmail costume will be an extra workout, and carrying a sword is just good defensive strategy in case someone tries to steal your candy.
6) Cruella deVil - or any other Disney villain. The kooky hair and crazy makeup do require a bit of work.
7) Leather Tuscadero - if you have no idea who this is, please use Google to educate yourself. Leather Tuscadero is a "Happy Days" icon!
8) Mary Katherine Gallagher - if you must wear the Catholic school uniform, at least funny it up a bit.
9) Carmen Miranda - with her flouncy flamenco costume and her headdress made of fruit, this is a colorful - not to mention tasty - option.
10)Marie Antoinette - the infamous fashionable dauphine You can do either with head:
Whatever you do, celebrate responsibly and don't overdo it on the Reeses Peanut Butter Cups. You'll still want to be your sexy, naughty self when the festivities are over.