Not only did we find a random assortment of costumes for ourselves, but for other family members as well. Below are just some of the costume ideas we came up with:
This time of year they have a section just for Halloween costumes. This is the easiest way to find a costume there without even trying or putting things together. They have a large selection of costumes for all ages, even adults!
Throw on some face paint or find a mask and light saber, and you’ve got yourself a Star Wars costume!
Add a few crows from the dollar store and some face paint, and you’ve got a scarecrow costume! You can be a “regular” scarecrow or the scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz and go as a group theme.
Warm baby costumes are so hard to find, but this baby pumpkin will keep your little one nice and cozy on Halloween night or during a Halloween party.
We picked this dress because it can double as so many different costume ideas, and is a great versatile item to have in your Halloween box. Here are just a few ideas we thought of that this dress could be used for:
- Wednesday Addams
- Creepy doll
Like the black dress above, this can be used for so many different things. Here are a few that we could think of:
- Dirty it up a bit for Corpse Bride
- Throw a black cape over it for Dracula’s bride
- Dirty it up a bit for a zombie
If you get creative you can use this for many different costumes, maybe even a witch, but with the stripes a jailbird is the first thing that came to my mind.
Like the simple white dress and black dress above, this simple black cloak can be used for a large variety of costumes. A few that come to mind are:
- Grimm reaper
- A Shadow
Another darling baby costume!
If you add up all the costumes above with all the possibilities of what kind of costumes they can be used for, you get 19+ costumes for only $41! Think about checking out the Deseret Industries near you this year for your costume ideas!
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