When it comes to Halloween, the creativity of some folks knows no bounds! And let’s be clear: creativity does not equate to the number of zeros in the price tag. So, if you’re feeling the spooky spirit but your wallet’s more “no trick, just treat,” here’s your guide to fabulously frugal yet frightfully fun Halloween costumes.
Glam It Up Like a Ghost from the ’90s
Materials: Old bed sheet, some old CDs, and colorful hair scrunchies.
Remember the ghosts of our childhood? No, not Casper! We’re talking about those sheet-clad specters with two gaping eyes. But this time, let’s amp it up with a twist. Dangle some CDs around the hem for that ’90s bling (who knew ghosts could be ravers?) and tie your hair with scrunchies.
Extra points for humming Britney Spears tunes while haunting.
Breakfast at Tiff-uh, Your Closet
Materials: Black dress, pearls, sunglasses, and a tiara or crown.
Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn without breaking the bank. Got a black dress? Great! Team it up with a faux pearl necklace, oversized sunglasses, and if you’re feeling particularly royal, crown yourself! Serve looks while serving croissants!
Noodle Soup Strainer – The Stranded Mermaid
Materials: Strainer, a blue or green dress, and seashells.
Have a strainer and an cocktail dress? Wear the strainer as a hat (stay with me here) and style your hair around it. Add some seashells, and you’re a mermaid caught in human gadgets! Not Ariel’s preferred fashion statement but, hey, she had her dinglehopper phase!
Materials: Amazon boxes and some black marker.
Why be a mere Transformer when you can be Amazon Prime? Take those delivery boxes, stick them to your torso, draw some black lines and circles for the ‘mechanical’ look, and strut around with confidence. When asked about your costume, just whisper, “I come with free two-day shipping!”
Materials: Green clothing, white yarn, and pink or red paper.
Wear green, stick some white yarn “spines” all over, and fashion a flower or two from paper. Ta-da! You’re the coolest cactus on the block, you can also add a green platform heels or sneakers to it, so you can be taller and you are done!. And hey, if someone gets too close, just remind them: “Personal space, buddy. I’m prickly!”
Sarcastic Comments to Add On:
“Honestly, who needs to splurge on a costume when you’ve got this level of genius going on?”
“I bet you won’t see two mermaids with strainer hats at the same party. Talk about exclusive fashion!”
“They say fashion is about expressing yourself. I say it’s about wearing Amazon boxes and owning it.”
“These DIY costumes? Better than a cat costume for the fifth year in a row.”
“When life gives you old stuff, make a Halloween costume. That’s how the saying goes, right?”
Final Tips for Halloween Thriftiness:
Don’t be afraid to mix, match, and modify old sexy costumes. That old witch hat can easily become a part of a chic sorcerer ensemble or a zany fortune teller get-up.
Borrow and swap with friends. One person’s ‘worn-too-many-times’ pirate costume is your fresh new look.
Remember, the key to a great Halloween look isn’t how much you spend, but how you rock what you’ve got.
Confidence is your best accessory.
So, go on, dazzle the undead masses with your budget-friendly, mind-blowing creations. After all, it’s not every day you get to be a noodle-strainer mermaid or an Amazon Prime robot.
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