Friday, October 30, 2015

7 Last Minute Halloween Costumes


Oh my goodness gracious HALLOWEEN IS TOMORROW! What are you going to be? After practically destroying my house, I came up with 7 not so common last minute Halloween costumes. Here they are:

Number 1: A Cook
This costume is by far the easiest. All you have to do is put on an apron and carry a mixing bowl and spoon!  I got this chefs hat when I was young, but you can find them at Walmart and Part City for cheap.


Number 2: A Explorer
I was a little hesitant about this costume, but it came together so well! All you need is green or khaki pants, a white button up shirt, cargo boots, and a rimmed hat. The bag and flash light definitely added to the fun.

Number 3: A Hula Girl
This costume came together in two seconds. Throw on your grass skirt and grab a ukulele, done! 


Number 4: A Construction Worker
I found a tool belt and hard hat in my dad's shop, so I thought, why not?! I put on some jeans and boots, an old high school tee shirt and this awesome orange vest, and voilĂ ! A construction worker. The lovely backhoe in our backyard definitely completed the picture.



Number 5: A Climber
My family is big into climbing, so this was any easy costume to throw together! The rope and ice ax definitely added to the "I'm a climber" effect! 


Number 6: A Hobo
A hobo is probably one of the easiest costumes.  Just find some rugged clothes and carry around a cardboard sign and grocery bags.  


Number 7: A Granny
Last, but definitely not least, a good old granny.  Dressing up like an old person is probably my favorite thing. Also, CONFESSION TIME: My mom wears this duster around the house all the time, and these are totally my dad's glasses, hah! Also, the archy eyebrows and hair rollers are a must. 


Can you believe that everything used in these costumes was in my house? Yeah, neither can I! Good luck on your dress up journey. I hope this gives you some good ideas!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

 


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