Fall’s getting into full swing and Halloween is creeping up, so it’s time to start thinking about Halloween costumes. Have you been putting it off? No worries! You’re covered with these last-minute Halloween ideas that will look like you’ve been planning it out for months.
Be creative, but with minimal effort. Wear something you already have in your closet this Halloween. Find a plaid shirt, draw stitches on your face with black eyeliner, and you’re the ultimate scarecrow.
Get ideas from the emojis you use. Put on a red dress and let your hair down. Everyone will know you’re the salsa dancer emoji. Or grab a friend, wear all black with cat ears, and go as the dancing duo emoji. Simple, yet everyone will love the idea.
Looking to win best dressed among all your friends? The answer is right in front of you, literally. Go as a Snapchat filter. A simple flower crown or dogs ears will do the trick.
Create a costume out of the clothing item you wear every day: jeans. Dress in all black with a walkie-talkie and you’re immediately a bouncer. Or put on a plaid shirt with boots and now you’re in the fall spirit as a lumberjack.
Make the October air feel like summer. Throw on your favorite Hawaiian shirt with a camera around your neck and you have just become a tourist.
Standout this Halloween. Wear a red and white striped shirt and circle glasses. In a matter of minutes, you’re Waldo from Where’s Waldo?
If you’re wanting to be recognized by everyone, dress up as a well-known couple like Adam and Eve, Tarzan and Jane, Superman and Superwomen, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, or Sandy and Danny from Grease.
Want everyone to know you came together? Dress in similar clothing. A cowboy and cowgirl or an ‘80s outfit will stick out at the Halloween party.
Get creative and make a DIY costume. What’s your child’s favorite animal? A bee, cat, or lion would be a quick and easy costume to make before Halloween comes.
Find out what your kid wants to be when he or she grows up and you have a costume! Whether it be a chef or mermaid, these costumes will stand out in the neighborhood while trick or treating.
Copy one of their favorite Disney movies. For a girl, find a simple green dress, put her hair in bun along with a green ribbon tied around it and she will be Tinkerbelle. For a boy, put on a plain white shirt and draw black polka dots, then place dog’s ears on their head to complete it. Your child will be a Dalmatian from 101 Dalmatians.
No matter which route you take, simple or a DIY, you’ll be sure to be best dressed come October 31.