It’s Almost Halloween!

Gearing Up For Halloween, DIY Costume Ideas

Every year, maniacs, wizards, fairy witches, superheroes, etc. come together to celebrate Halloween, a night to engage in all sorts of mischievous acts under the autumn moon. How prepared are you for this years’ Halloween? Halloween is just around the corner, so you know it’s time to start preparing your Halloween costume for the big day. Over the past years, you might have spotted people wearing amazing Halloween costumes and wondered what it took to create those extraordinary costumes. This year, you don’t have to buy expensive Halloween costumes. Instead, you can just create your own unique Halloween costumes.

Here are a few DIY costume ideas you should try out:


Ghost costume is one of the best DIY costumes for people who are fans of horror movies, plus it’s the easiest costume to make because all you need is an old bed sheet. Start by cutting two holes on the bed sheet for the eyes and come up with creative ways of bringing out a scary ghost image; you can even add some makeup to the sheet.

The White Rabbit

Are you a big fan of Mickey Mouse or mini mouse? If you are looking for a DIY costume idea, then you should consider this classic Disney character’s style. All you need to create this costume is a white dress, a red blazer, a clock bag, a blue bow tie and bunny ears made of any color your prefer.


When coming up with your ideas for creating a Halloween costume, you can also embrace the geek in you by creating a geeky homemade costume. All you need to create this kind of costume is a pair of glasses, a mustache for men, a bandage and a pair of baggy trousers or skirt held using a pair of suspenders.


The mime costume is the kind of costume you should create if you don’t want to express yourself through your actions and want to give your voice a break. Have someone paint your face with white face paint and then wear black clothes or a striped white top. To complete the look, don’t forget to wear a pair of white gloves.


Nowadays, there are plenty of plenty of vampire characters you can mimic from movies and T.V shows. Buy a pair of fake vampire fangs from a convenience store and wear clothes with lighter shades. Be creative enough and strive to resemble the vampire characters you know. Lastly, don’t forget to dribble red food coloring or some fake blood on your lips and the sides of your mouth.