It’s almost October, also known as Spooky Season!
Are you all about the fall festivities? Trick Or Treat or festivals are a blast! More than 172 Million Americans celebrate this fun holiday in America by dressing up in creative costumes. This Halloween may look a little different this year, but many are still planning on dressing up. If you don’t want to spend a lot of cash on a costume or don’t plan on leaving the house, we have some fun and easy costume ideas to toss together for the kids or the adult who still likes to play pretend.
Filly Flair has an amazing line of festive tee shirts!
Dress one of our Pumpkin Tees With a DIY tulle tutu and a pair of green tights. Top it off with a headband, and this could be an easy Pumpkin Costume for anyone!
Cat ears can effortlessly turn any outfit into a festive one. Wear a pair of cat ears with any leopard print look! Everyone loves cats.
This is a classic Halloween Costume trend that never dies.
The beloved bedsheet ghost is a hit at every Halloween party! It is so easy and a lot of fun. Simply cut two eyes out of a white sheet and BAM you are a sensation. By using a pair of sunglasses to keep your sheet in place, you automatically look like the coolest ghoul at the party.
It’s not Halloween without a mummy or two! This one is so much fun to do with the whole family or a group of friends. Wrap each other in rolls of toilet paper and see who makes the best mummy. This makes a great party game!
A witch costume is a classic! All you need is a witches hat or you can have some festive fun and DIY a hat out of cardboard and some paint. For the rest of this costume, it is up to you! You can be any type of witch you want-- A classic dark witch, a famous movie witch, a pink good witch, or a modern-day witch.
What’s better than a bride? A zombie bride! You can re-wear your wedding dress, or simply purchase a used gown from a second-hand shop. Paint your face with lots of white powder and ditch the shoes! You are going to make a beautiful zombie bride.
Halloween is not complete without a set of glow in the dark vampire’s teeth. Dress in a cape or a long-sleeve dress for a Halloween classic.
Did you find some costume inspiration you like?
We hope you have a wonderful and safe Spooky Season!
Remember to check out our line of fall tee-shirts to make getting dressed for festivals a little easier. And of course, be sure to wear a mask if you plan on going out and wash your hands as frequently as possible. Have lots of fun in your fun costumes!
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