Tag Archives: Costume

Wet Bandits Halloween Costume

2 Feb

So, I love Halloween. I’m not really into scary movies, or candy corn, but costumes? Yes, please. I look forward to putting together creative DIY costumes all year long. Best costume to date? THE WET BANDITS, baby! Yes, that is right. This year my fiance and I dressed up as Harry and Marv from Home Alone, and it was awesome.


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Winifred Sanderson Costume- Halloween 2012

28 Oct

If you visit my blog regularly, you probably know I’m pretty serious about Halloween. I’ve posted costume ideas before including The Breakfast Club, Jay and Silent Bob, Rosie the Riveter & Marty McFly, and more. This year I decided to take my own advice and add some 90’s nostalgia to my costume by being Winifred Sanderson from the kids classic Hocus Pocus.

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DIY Group Costume: Jay and Silent Bob

2 Oct

I honestly think this costume works just as well as a couples costume as it does for 2 guys. The reason? If a woman goes as Jay, there is no need to invest in a blonde wig. Continue reading

DIY: Group Halloween Costumes

2 Oct

Last year I posted 5 Fun Halloween Costumes that you could create yourself fairly easily. This year I’m back with 5 new ideas, this time for couples or groups. Once again, these costumes are perfect for anyone on a budget- especially those who like making their own costumes and/or have access to a thrift store. I’m going to give each costume idea a separate post, but here is a sneak preview:

As a product of the 80’s/90’s, I couldn’t resist a healthy dash of nostalgia. Stay tuned for more info!

Halloween Costumes

1 Nov

Just a quick update, my boyfriend and I used two of the costume ideas from my 5 Fun Halloween Costumes posts. I dressed up as Rosie the Riveter and Phil was Marty McFly- here are some pictures:

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5 Fun Halloween Costumes

11 Oct

Halloween is just around the corner, and I am really excited about dressing up. Yes, I am 23 and still wear a costume every Halloween. I am not a big fan of store bought costumes (I hate the way the fabric always feels) and I find that you can save a lot of money by checking out your local thrift store and making your own costumes. So, here are 5 of my favorite homemade costume ideas.

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