5 Insanely Cheap Halloween Costume Ideas to Try
Posted: Oct 26 2015 by Lookbook Store
As we all know, it’s that time of the year again where costume parties abound. Have you been invited to a fancy dress-up party? Don’t know what to wear? Don’t want to spend a lot on something you’re probably not going to wear again either? If these concerns sound so familiar, then you’re not alone.
Dressing up for a Halloween event need not break the bank for you to be able to pull off an amazing ensemble. All you need is a few tricks to help you create the best costume ever without spending a lot of money.
Here are 5 cheap Halloween costume ideas for just under $40:
1. Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood costume
Fairytale characters have always been one of the most common inspirations when it comes to costumes. And it’s not hard to see why.
Most women are fond of stories about princesses and damsels in distress when they were younger. Some might not have outgrown such fondness, which explains why they want to channel their favorite characters through fancy clothes inspired by them, like this Little Red Riding Hood costume
What makes this costume unique though is that it has a flirty style with its plunging neckline and shorter hemline. Pair it with black tights or fishnet stockings and black pumps for a remarkable look.
2. Funny Skeleton
Skeletal flannel jumpsuit (sold-out)
It’s Halloween, so costumes would naturally be creepy. You can be a ghost, a vampire or a bride corpse if you want. But if you want something different, you should consider being a funny skeleton woman. And this skeletal flannel jumpsuit is all you need. The material is so soft and it has a quirky skeleton design, which should be perfect if you really don’t want to scare away little kids.
3. Cute Minion
Minions flannel jumpsuit (sold-out)
Minions from the animated movie of the same name are the cutest things ever! You can’t just get enough of them. If you’re looking for something striking and memorable, then our minions flannel jumpsuit is definitely what you’re looking for. The best thing about this adorable onesie? It can be worn as a sleepwear, too. So, you don’t need to throw it inside your cabinet with the rest of your old costumes.
4. Menacing Vampire
If you’re going for something that’s really scary, then you should be a menacing lady vampire. Channel your inner Elena Gilbert with a stunning ball gown, dark makeup and accessories. Accessorize with Venetian-style crochet mask to add a bit of mystery to your ensemble.
5. Creepy Ghost
A ghost is the easiest costume to pull off. All you need is a white cloth large enough to cover you. Punch two holes on it for your eyes and you’re good to go! But take this common costume to a whole new level by adding a light up faux finger. This fancy piece will definitely scare children and adults alike.
So you see? Partying on Halloween night on full costume splendor doesn't have to be über-expensive. With these ideas, you can scare or surprise your friends without putting a hole in your pocket.