Halloween is less than a week away and while I’m not dressing up this year, I’ve got costumes on the brain.
More specifically: quick, easy costumes that you can throw together with help from some pieces you might already have in your wardrobe.
Ruche had some really cute ideas of how you can use some of this fall’s biggest trends to create cute costumes (that don’t look like you squeezed into them with the help of some Crisco):
Super cute, no? All you have to do is add a couple of fun props or accessories and you’re good to go.
Of course I had to hunt around for my own idea:
If you’re looking for more ideas, the Queen of Halloween, Martha Stewart, has plenty on her website. I’m especially fond of this Medusa look, since all you really need are some dollar store toy snakes and a sheet you can tie around yourself like a toga!
Another really simple look is a cat, like Denni from Chicmuse did in a recent post about Givenchy’s panther bag.
HelloGiggles did a post last week about some fun DIY Halloween costumes that don’t require the word “naughty” in front of their descriptions.
And if you’re on the hunt for something your bite-sized trick or treaters can hold their haul in, consider the FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag to Benefit UNICEF. For every bag sold, a donation will be made to UNICEF to provide a year’s worth of micronutrient powder to a child in the developing world.
What are you dressing up as this year?