We all know about the hassle of getting ready for Halloween. We all freak out when we realize it’s almost Halloween day and we haven’t yet bought or planned for the perfect costume.
Whether you’re planing on a low key house party or going out for a night of horror, you will need to dress to impress. So why not design your own Halloween costume at home? Here are 10 make-at-home ideas to consider now!
What’s a better time than Halloween to become a real life Anabelle doll? To recreate the look, find an old white dress and use a red ribbon as belt. Put your hair in two braids and smudge your face with some makeup.
Queen Of Hearts
A classic one that couldn’t be any easier. First step, go through your wardrobe and get out your favorite red dress. Next, you’ll need a large piece of paper to place on your neck for the right size. Then, staple the cards on it and you now have your collar. Pair it with red lipstick and a simple hairdo for a touch of the Victorian era!
Old Married Couple
This one’s for the love birds. If you’re too late to get a matching outfit with your boyfriend/girlfriend, this one is so easy and exciting. This one comes with a double blast; a nice Halloween costume and when the party is over you could just hit the bed without changing clothes!
Men In Black
Recreate the iconic movie look in 3 easy steps. Suit up, tie up and put on serious shades. If you’re a couple, this one would look so cool!
Nothing says “girl power” quite like Rosie The Riveter. Since every woman already has a little Rosie in her, Halloween is the perfect time to come out. You will need a navy blue shirt and a red headband to recreate the symbolic icon. You Can Do It!
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If you’re feeling lazy, go with this one. Just print a basic t-shirt at home that counters the idea of a costume. Zero effort and you will save a lot! You don’t have to stop there, you could come up with another idea of your own too!
Nothing beats the good old skeleton costume. Find an old t-shirt and start cutting it in the pattern of a rib-cage and complement it with some dark spooky makeup look.
This is one is kind of new and tropical. If you have a yellow dress, you’re already covered for the day. You’ll only need to craft a green crown and voila!
Here’s a cheap thrill: The only thing you need to buy for this Sia costume is her signature two-colored wig. Match it with something simple like a little black dress and let the ribbon wig speak for itself.
If all else fails, pull the old nerdy costume. Wear suspenders over a white t-shirt and wrap some white tape around the center of your glasses. Don’t forget your BFF a.k.a. your calculator!
Pick your favorite costume now and we guarantee you a night of treats and no tricks!