I love to see the creative costumes that people come up with for Halloween! Often, it is popular movie stars or characters or really creative puns that are the best. I searched all over online to bring you some of the funnest costumes that you can make right at home, often with stuff you probably already have. These costumes are classy, and are sure to create a buzz at any Halloween function you are going to! Here are 10 DIY Halloween costumes for women to get you inspired this year!
10 DIY Halloween Costumes for Women
A Vintage Joy has the perfect costume if you are short on time and money! Make this super cute Scarecrow Costume from some stuff you probably have hanging in your closet right now!
For something truly luminous, make this Jellyfish Costume from Inhabitat Green. You just need lights and a large bowl along with some tulle to create this easy costume that will light up the night! This is perfect if you will be taking your kids trick or treating as it makes it easy to see you!
Another great DIY Costume make from things in your closet is this ingenious Carmen Sandiego Costume from What I Wore. If you don’t have all the clothing items for it, they are easily found at thrift stores!
Another classic costume that is easy to make is this 80’s Girl costume from Cute ‘n Comfy. She was inspired by looking at images from the hottest styles of the decade for big hair.
This Pinata Costume from Camille Styles truly is something you could make from dollar store finds. You just need some party hats and paper streamers to pull it off!
When it comes to unique, this Silent Film Star from Shrimp Salad Circus really takes the cake! I would have never thought of something this creative! This is a great costume to wear as a couple as well!
Do you have an old or broken black or purple umbrella laying around? Turn it into an awesome Bat Costume like Evil Mad Scientist did!
Who says you can’t be a butterfly just because you are an adult? Martha Stewart has a great tutorial for a Mademoiselle Butterfly costume for adults on her site.
A Cape can be great for many costumes and this Fast Hooded Cape from Fleece Fun looks super simple to make. You may even enjoy wearing it after the night is over as it looks super warm and cozy!
One costume I would really love to try is this Rosie the Riveter costume from What I Wore. Doesn’t it look fun and easy to do? I love vintage looks like this so this is a perfect time to show them off!
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What do you plan on dressing up as this year?