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Halloween Costumes in Your Wardrobe

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Halloween Costumes from Your Wardrobe

Take a look at what you have in your wardrobe before ordering online or making a trip to the mall to buy a costume.
Making use of what you have in your wardrobe can save you money for a costume that you will use only once.

Blobby-Hotel Transylvania

Blobby-Hotel Transylvania

3 Things To Do In Coming Up With a Costume

Here are 3 things that you can do to come up with a fun and creative costume for Halloween.

1. Surf through the internet for a character.

Make your research in Google images for cartoon or movie characters. Find one that strikes you.

2. Determine the outstanding color/s of the character.

Look at the photo of the character. What colors stand out?
Once you have determined the colors that stand out, then you can open your wardrobe search for these colors.

For example, the color that obviously stands out in the character of Blobby of Hotel Transylvania, is neon green. Search for neon green dresses or top and bottom in your wardrobe.

3. List down the accessories of the character.

Check out the accessories that complete the character. For example, Blobby sports a black headphone and big black shades. Look for these items in your wardrobe.
Remember, you can improvise like coloring an old pair of white shades black.

Halloween Costumes to Inspire You

Below are some Halloween costumes that you can definitely find in your wardrobe or the wardrobe of your sister, mother or friend.

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Iron Man


Sulley-Monsters Inc


Raya and the Last Dragon


Wanda Maximof


Emily in Paris


Money Heist


Ariel, The Little Mermaid


Spooky Costume

When no character strikes you, fret not. Just come up with your very own spooky costume. Look for a a dress or a top in your wardrobe with 'big' features like this dress below with huge sleeves and striking black and red colors. Dress up this item with 'spooky' accessories like red liquid for blood, a black bird, a bloody teddy bear, pentagram earrings and a scary mask. Voila! You have your very own Halloween costume!

Boo! Happy Halloween!


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