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- 1 Overview
- 2 Best Halloween Costumes For Every Type Of Person
- 2.1 1. Stomp through the neighborhood
- 2.2 2. Dream up the most comfortable costume ever
- 2.3 3. Star in your own ‘Toy Story’
- 2.4 4. Don’t mess with this tough-talking doll
- 2.5 5. Keep your eyes on the best-dressed-couple prize
- 2.6 6. Just doe it
- 2.7 7. Tune into your Spidey senses
- 2.8 8. Reveal your inner superpowers
- 2.9 9. Just add your own umbrella
- 2.10 10. Serve your ‘Stranger Things’ obsession as a Scoops Ahoy employee
- 2.11 11. Or hit up the mall for a ‘Stranger Things’ makeover
- 2.12 12. Prove that it is easy being green
- 2.13 13. Make others smile—even though you won’t
- 2.14 14. Be the most welcome guest at the the party
- 2.15 15. Dress as the coolest Disney princesses around
- 2.16 16. Become a life-size collector’s item
- 2.17 17. Bring-your-own-cauldron optional
- 2.18 18. Practice medicine for one night only
- 2.19 19. Get edited on Ed Sullivan, too
- 2.20 20. Join the circus like you always wanted to
- 2.21 21. Look ship-shape (not overexposed)
- 2.22 22. Go on a swashbuckling adventure
- 2.23 23. Broadcast ‘50s fashion in technicolor
- 2.24 24. Bring death to life
- 2.25 25. Do October right all month long
- 2.26 26. Give new meaning to BYOB
- 2.27 27. Inspire a sonnet
- 2.28 28. Roll out of the pumpkin patch
- 2.29 29. Slip into something very comfortable
- 2.30 30. Embody everyone’s fave fast food
- 2.31 31. Live in a material world
- 2.32 32. Dress for the dark side
- 2.33 33. Be anything you want to be
- 2.34 34. Feel at home in a speakeasy
- 2.35 35. Roar with the ‘20s
- 2.36 36. Inspire your own metamorphosis
- 2.37 37. Invoke 60’s glamour
- 2.38 38. Introduce the next generation to Atari
- 2.39 39. Awaken the force within your child
- 2.40 40. Dress your little one as Sesame Street’s biggest star
- 2.41 41. Chauffeur your own VW Vanagon
- 2.42 42. Tickle their funny bone
- 2.43 43. Prove that not all nightmares are scary
- 2.44 44. Bring the undead to life
- 2.45 45. Wow the crowd with everyone’s favorite toy duo
- 2.46 46. Monkey around
- 2.47 47. Explore a whole new world (again)
- 2.48 48. Go glam, picture-book style
- 2.49 49. Chaperone a trio of pajama-clad crime fighters
- 2.50 50. Be sensitive to kids with special needs
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Best Halloween Costumes For Every Type Of Person
1. Stomp through the neighborhood
Bring your fave dino back from extinction for one night only with this larger-than-(human)-life inflatable costume, in your choice of Pteranodon, Triceratops, T-rex, or Velociraptor. The T-rex and Velociraptor have optional sound effects to announce their arrival, as meat-eaters are wont to do. It comes in teen, standard, and plus sizes.
2. Dream up the most comfortable costume ever
The ultimate Halloween costume is one you don’t even have to change out of at the end of the night. Available in a variation of rainbow unicorn patterns (horn included), this onesie keeps you cozy on a chilly Halloween night and provide a colorful burst of color wherever you go. Reviewers say it’s best to size up on the outfit, which comes in adult sizes small to XL, to ensure maximum comfort.
3. Star in your own ‘Toy Story’
With the release of Toy Story 4 this summer, it should be no surprise that costumes of those lovable playthings-come-to-life are trending this year. This Woody costume includes a hat, vest, star badge, and bandanna. With a yellow shirt and a pair of jeans, you’ll be the spitting image of the toy cowboy. It comes in one size, which reviewers say fit most people, but may be snug if you have wide shoulders.
4. Don’t mess with this tough-talking doll
Channel the iconic Toy Story character Jessie with this cow-print jumpsuit and coordinating foam cowboy hat. The costume doesn’t need anything else to be believable, but if you want to go the extra mile, add a red braided wig and a stuffed horse. Reviewers say it fits as expected, in women’s sizes small to XL, and is of decent quality for the price.
5. Keep your eyes on the best-dressed-couple prize
If you and your favorite spud like to do the matchy-matchy thing, it’s hard to think of a couples’ costume that’s more s’mashing than this one. The one-size-fits-all costumes fit over whatever you’re wearing and velcro up the back.
6. Just doe it
Scrolling through Pinterest at this time of year is a surefire way to encounter a lot of deer-inspired makeup looks. If you aspire to achieve some doe-eyed glam, this deer poncho is a great way to complement it. The design features white spots around the arms, a tuft of fur on the chest, and a hood with horns (which isn’t technically accurate if you’re going as a doe, but still adds a nice accent to the look). It’s available in one size, which should fit anyone who wears women’s sizes 4 to 14.
7. Tune into your Spidey senses
Look like you were just bitten by a radioactive spider with this spandex Spider-Man suit. Choose the classic comic book-style Spider-Man or go for a darker, edgier style reminiscent of the recent movies. Reviewers love that the spandex fabric feels high-quality and moves well, just like a superhero costume should. It comes in sizes from kids’ XS to mens’ XXL, though plenty of women in the reviews say they were able to wear it, too.
8. Reveal your inner superpowers
Dressing as a superhero doesn’t mean you have to dress super-skimpy, as this adorable—and accurate—Wonder Woman costume proves. It comes with a headband, arm cuffs, and a knee-length starred skirt. The dress is available in women’s sizes small to XL, which reviewers say runs large.
9. Just add your own umbrella
If you decide to float in as Mary Poppins for Halloween this year, any costume you choose—from her standard Edwardian-era nannying outfit or her fancier gown—will keep you looking sweet, no spoonful of sugar required. The classic Mary Poppins dress comes in women’s sizes XS to XL, and the frilly white gown comes in women’s sizes XXS to XXXXL and can also be made to measure. Both fit as expected, according to reviewers, and are high quality for multiple wears.
10. Serve your ‘Stranger Things’ obsession as a Scoops Ahoy employee
Netflix released a well-received third season of Stranger Things earlier this year, so you can expect to see a lot of Hawkins, Indiana-inspired costumes this Halloween. Top among them will be the Scoops Ahoy uniforms worn by Robin and Steve for their summer job serving up ice cream at the Starcourt Mall, with their nautically-striped blue shirts, red kerchiefs, and sailor caps.
This Robin-inspired costume comes in two sizes, small/medium and large/extra-large. Reviewers say it runs small, but the romper and cap feel high-quality and less scratchy than some costumes can be. If a romper is still out of your comfort level, either on account of modesty or the chilly late-October weather, wear tights underneath.
11. Or hit up the mall for a ‘Stranger Things’ makeover
Another cool Stranger Things costume to try out? Eleven’s extra-’80s romper from her makeover sequence. Sure, it looks retro, but it also looks enough like real clothes that you’ll feel confident wearing it out in public. This ensemble includes the blue socks in the picture, but you can throw on tights instead to give yourself some more coverage. Reviewers say the romper, available in women’s sizes small/medium and large/extra-large, is true to size.
12. Prove that it is easy being green
Surprisingly (or maybe not, to dedicated Mario Kart fans) it’s the Luigi costume, and not the Mario one, that is more popular among Amazon customers. It’s also hard to deny the appeal of this Luigi costume, which comes with a green-and-blue jumpsuit, detachable inflatable belly, white gloves, green hat, and faux mustache. The costume is available in two sizes, medium/large and XXL. Reviewers say it runs small and is of good enough quality to last through several dress-up parties.
13. Make others smile—even though you won’t
With braids, black tights, and black lipstick, and a grim, smile-free face, you’ll be the spitting image of the Addams Family’s dour daughter. Reviewers say the dress, available in women’s sizes XS to XXL, is true to size and made of high-quality material that looks and feels great. If you opt for a navy blue dress instead of black, you can go as storybook character Madeline instead (just add a red scarf and yellow hat).
14. Be the most welcome guest at the the party
Break out this blue midi dress, apron, a novel, and into song to become the most bookish of Disney princesses, Belle. Because Belle’s dress is calf-length, it shouldn’t be a problem to wear to an office or any other conservative environment on Halloween. The dress is available in one size, which reviewers say fits women between sizes 4 and 12.
15. Dress as the coolest Disney princesses around
As a couples costume or worn solo, the sisters in Frozen, Elsa and Anna, will get a warm reception, especially at a kids’ party. The Elsa costume comes in women’s sizes small to XL and fits as expected. The Anna costume, also available in women’s sizes small to XL, can run large, according to some reviewers.
16. Become a life-size collector’s item
One costume ‘90s kids can appreciate? This super-simple Beanie Baby getup. Just get any kind of adult-sized animal onesie—there are many to choose from—then print out a TY tag, cut it into a heart, and wear it around your neck. Sure, most Beanie Babies never panned out as a priceless collectible, but this costume will make you feel like one all the same. The onesies are available in sizes small to XL, which reviewers say are true to size.
17. Bring-your-own-cauldron optional
With its bell sleeves and royal purple trim, this witch-y dress is an excellent way to stir up some sorcery. Reviewers say they’ve used it for a classic witch look, as well as a costume for Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. The dress comes in women’s sizes small to XL, which reviewers say is true to size and feels comfortable.
18. Practice medicine for one night only
Any actual registered nurse will tell you that for the most accurate nurse “costume,” all you need is a pair of scrubs and some orthopedic clogs. But if you want something a little more fetching—that doesn’t involve a red-and-white bustier—try this vintage-style nurse uniform. The dress has bright red buttons up and down the front and comes with an apron and headpiece. It comes in women’s sizes small to large, which according to shoppers runs true to size.
19. Get edited on Ed Sullivan, too
Swing your hips, curl your lip, and blast your favorite classic rock ‘n’ roll song to get ready for this Elvis jumpsuit, which has wide bell bottoms, and an unmistakable swagger. You’ll have to get the wig and glasses separately, but once you do, the likeness between you and the King will be uncanny. The jumpsuit comes in true-to-size men’s sizes small to XL.
20. Join the circus like you always wanted to
Pennywise the clown of It: Chapter 2, may be a box office star this year, but you can emulate a decidedly friendlier clown with this “Giggles the Clown” getup, which comes with a polka-dot dress, bloomers, shoe covers, and two hair scrunchies. It comes in two sizes, “standard” and plus size, and reviewers say each fits as expected.
21. Look ship-shape (not overexposed)
Take to the stormy seas—or your neighborhood block party—with this sweet vintage-style sailor dress. It comes with a matching cap and is available in women’s sizes small to extra large, which most reviewers say fit as expected. One reviewer writes that the dress looks more expensive than it is, due to its thick, “slinky” material, and the cut offers up an “office-safe kind of sexy.” If that sounds like what you’re looking for, this outfit is for you.
22. Go on a swashbuckling adventure
In this pirate ensemble, you’ll feel more than equipped to search out buried treasure. Reviewers say the dress is well-made and has nice details—like a studded belt buckle, head scarf and leathery vest—that make it seem extra-legit. If you decide to go the extra mile and and add an eye patch and parrot on your shoulder, you’ll have some pirate-y je ne sais quois that can’t be beat. The dress comes in women’s sizes small to 3X but can run a little small, according to reviewers.
23. Broadcast ‘50s fashion in technicolor
Wearing this knee-length, A-line dress, you could be any character, person, or idea from a few decades ago—a Stepford wife, Betty Draper from Mad Men, Lucille Ball in I Love Lucy, or Julianne Moore’s character in The Hours (that last one might be slightly less popular than the others, but you get the idea). Plus, if your style skews retro anyway, you may find that you break out the dress for regular, non-dress-up days, as many Amazon reviewers say they’ve done. The dress is available in women’s sizes small to XXL, and shoppers say it is true to size. It comes in a wide range of colors and patterns, like pale blue, red-and-white polka dots, and more.
24. Bring death to life
If you want to go for a bare-bones look—but not a bare-skinned one—this skeleton jumpsuit is a great way to achieve it. It’s not skin tight like some skeleton costumes can be, but it still looks anatomically correct (well, as anatomically correct as you need to be on Halloween) and convincingly spooky when paired with a skeleton mask. It’s made of a cozy sweatshirt-like material that will keep you comfy and warm whether you’re barhopping or trick-or-treating with the kids. The jumpsuit comes in women’s sizes XS to XXL and runs large, according to reviewers.
25. Do October right all month long
Oktoberfest and Halloween fall oh-so-conveniently in the same month, so if you celebrate both, you can do so with just one costume: a dirndl, or a traditional Austrian and German two-piece peasant-style dress. This one, available in sizes small to XXL, comes with a dress, blouse, and apron for an authentic, “Bavarian forest” look. Reviewers say the dress is true to size, great quality and, in addition to dressing for Halloween and Oktoberfest, is a hit at German weddings.
26. Give new meaning to BYOB
Whether it’s for an Oktoberfest celebration or a Sound of Music-inspired Halloween costume (or both) this lederhosen ensemble, available in men’s sizes small to XL, should serve you well. It comes with suspenders, a detachable bib, a floppy white shirt, knee socks, and feathered cap. A beer stein isn’t included, but there are plenty of those to choose from on Amazon. Reviewers say it fits as expected and is about as authentic as costume lederhosen gets for its price.
27. Inspire a sonnet
Autumn also marks the beginning of renaissance fair season and this period-appropriate costume can do double-duty with Halloween. It includes a smock and cinched overdress that you may customize like a corset to your preferred look and comfort level. Reviewers say the dress—available in women’s sizes XXS to 3XL—fits as expected, but if you’re between sizes, it’s best to size up. They also love that the fabric of the gown is light, so you don’t overheat in it, and it’s easy to wash. The overdress is available in varying shades of blue, green, pink, purple, white, and black.
28. Roll out of the pumpkin patch
Remember that cute jack o’lantern costume you had as a kid? Return to your roots with this updated version for adults in the form of a low-key pumpkin poncho. The one-size-fits-all garment fits anyone who wears women’s sizes 4 to 14. Slide it on over a long-sleeve tee and a pair of jeans or leggings, and you’ve got yourself an easy, wear-anywhere costume.
29. Slip into something very comfortable
What’s more appealing than dressing as a life-size version of everyone’s favorite fruit? This full-body costume slips over whatever you’re wearing for a low-maintenance get-up that’s a real crowd-pleaser, as a banana should be. According to reviews, it should fit most adults.
30. Embody everyone’s fave fast food
It’s a generalization, but probably not an inaccurate one, to say that most people like tacos. Reviewers say this one-size-fits-all costume suits folks who are five feet tall and who are over six feet tall, bringing costume joy to a broad range of people—pretty much proving our point.
31. Live in a material world
Nostalgia for the 1980s is alive and well, if the popularity of this early Madonna-esque costume is anything to go by. The ensemble comes with a one-size-fits-all tutu, fishnet gloves, leg warmers, and beads. One reviewer writes that she normally wears a size 8 and the costume easily fit her and her teen daughter, who usually fits into a 00, though it may not fit plus sizes.
32. Dress for the dark side
An ambiguous black cape is the little black dress of Halloween—it goes with everything and becomes the centerpiece for any number of costumes. Pair with a wand and some specs and you’re Harry Potter. Pair with a skull mask, and become a recently-risen visitor from beyond the grave. Add some fangs and fake blood, and you’re straight from Transylvania. It comes in men’s sizes XS to XXL (though, really, how “gendered” is a cape?).
33. Be anything you want to be
Do-it-yourselfers rejoice: This stretchy bodysuit provides the base for all sort of creative creature and character costumes. Get one in red, pair it with some horns, and you’re a devil. Get one in blue, get crafty with scissors, and you’re Sonic the Hedgehog. Go for black, and you have the base for any spooky costume for years to come. It comes in kids’ small to adult XXL, with an option to get it made-to-measure.
34. Feel at home in a speakeasy
The year 2020 is right around the corner, so it’s no surprise that many people are flocking to emulate the roaring (19)20s this Halloween. This set of flapper accessories comes with a long strand of faux pearls, a cigarette holder, fingerless gloves, and a feathered headdress. Reviewers say that, for the price, it’s hard to outmatch the quality of the set. You’ll have to get a flapper dress separately, or just use it to bedeck your own simple, drop-waisted frock.
35. Roar with the ‘20s
Channel Gatsby or your favorite 1920s gangster with this accessory set, including suspenders, a hat, a plastic cigar, a pocket watch, and a bow tie. Reviewers say that everything about these accessories, other than the cigar (which is intentionally fake), look and feel era-appropriate.
36. Inspire your own metamorphosis
With just one piece, you’ll transform into a beautiful butterfly wearing this colorful cape over your regular clothes (or that spandex bodysuit we already mentioned). Reviewers say that, other than a tendency to pick up some serious static cling, they’re great quality and make it easy to put a costume together. The cape comes in one size and a whopping 25 colors and patterns.
37. Invoke 60’s glamour
Audrey Hepburn’s outfit in the opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany’s is iconic, elegant, and easy to put together. All you need is a black gown, tiara, sunglasses, coffee, and a croissant. (The croissant is, and I cannot emphasize this enough, absolutely necessary to pull the whole look together.) In this costume, you’ll look and feel classy enough to run New York City society. The dress comes in women’s sizes small to XXXL and fits as expected, according to reviewers.
38. Introduce the next generation to Atari
There’s nothing better than a classic 1980’s arcade game—except perhaps a cute kid dressed up as a character from one. This one-size-fits-most Pac-Man costume is easy to take on and off—simply pull it over your child’s head—and it’s great for layering with long sleeves and sweaters for kids who will be trick-or-treating in cold climates. It should fit kids ages 4 to 12.
39. Awaken the force within your child
Let your little one proudly defend the galaxy as Poe Dameron, the Resistance’s top pilot. The authentic-looking Star Wars costume comes with a one-piece orange flight suit, a half-helmet, an attached vest, and a detachable chest box with a hose. It’s also fully lined, making it a durable costume that can be passed down to a younger sibling in the future. It comes in sizes 3 to 13.
40. Dress your little one as Sesame Street’s biggest star
It’s a known fact that cute toddlers look even cuter when dressed up in furry Elmo costumes. Always a popular choice for the four-and-under set, this comfortable costume is easy to put on—it’s a one piece that zips up the front—and will keep your little one toasty in even the most frigid weather. One thing worth noting: Elmo’s “fur” sheds, so you’ll likely end up spending November 1 vacuuming your couch. It comes in sizes 12 months to 4T.
41. Chauffeur your own VW Vanagon
Scooby Doo turns 50 years old this year and, in classic Hollywood fashion, his face still looks the same. Celebrate the birthday of this classic cartoon by dressing your child up as one of your favorite characters.
The Scooby costume includes a zip-front jumpsuit with an attached head and paws, shoe covers, a long tail and the Scooby Doo collar. The costume is nice quality—not cheap polyester like so many others—but it does run on the small side, so be sure to order one size up if you plan to add a layer of warm clothing underneath.
If your child is more of a Daphne or a Velma type than a crime-stopping canine, you’re covered: Both of these costumes come outfitted with wigs and boots, so all your kid has to do is put everything on before she heads out for candy. All three costumes come in kids’ sizes small to large.
42. Tickle their funny bone
Kids think poop is hilarious, so it makes sense that one of the most requested costumes this year is that of a poop emoji. This costume is sure to get plenty of laughs at the school costume parade and on the trick-or-treat trail. The one-piece outfit is made of polyester lined with foam so that the poop holds it’s charming shape. It fits children 48” to 60” tall.
43. Prove that not all nightmares are scary
Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas is still taking a top spot on the list of popular costumes. Take your Jack Skellington to the streets in this costume that includes a one piece jumpsuit with attached coat tails, a detachable bow tie, and a half mask. It comes in sizes 4/6 to 10/12.
44. Bring the undead to life
Classic Halloween garb is classic for a reason. This glamorous vampire dress comes complete with a choker and necklace, so all you have to do is decide on appropriate footwear. The mummy costume takes our vote for the best combination of practical and creative: It’s a knit jumpsuit that zips up the back and is covered in gauze strips. You can arrange the longer strips of gauze—attached at the neck—as desired to wrap your child’s face and head most comfortably. The vampire costume comes in sizes from XS to XL, and the mummy in both 2T and 4T sizes.
45. Wow the crowd with everyone’s favorite toy duo
Grab your favorite sidekick and giddy-up to this one-piece Woody costume that includes an attached vest, a bandana, a Sheriff badge and a cowboy hat. You’ll have to purchase your own holster and pistol separately. Overall the costume received rave reviews from the wearers, though the hat may not accommodate bigger heads. The Woody costume is available in sizes 3T to 7.
If Buzz is more your child’s style, take a trip to infinity and beyond in a Buzz Lightyear jumpsuit and headpiece. Parents report that the headpiece runs slightly small, though the costume is designed for a child of age four. To take this costume totally out of this world, purchase the Jet Pack accessory.
46. Monkey around
Who wouldn’t be tickled to escort a tiny Curious George around town this Halloween (the adult-sized yellow hat is optional)? The cute and cuddly monkey costume includes everything your baby needs to mimic his or her favorite character from the classic series of children’s books—even a stuffed banana! Parents note that the costume runs slightly big, so if you have a preemie or a kiddo who is small, it might be wise to size down. It comes in sizes 6 months to 3T.
47. Explore a whole new world (again)
Excited about The Little Mermaid remake, or the live version that’s due to hit small screens on November 5? You’re not alone: It looks as though you’re bound to see quite a few Ariels swimming down the sidewalk this Halloween. Get almost everything you need to dress your little one up as the treasured mermaid, with the Ariel Costume Collection from the Disney Store—you can even get a plush Flounder. You’ll have to buy a wig separately, but that enables your child to choose between the classic red locks or the flowing black mane of the new Ariel. Either way, this costume is sure to receive plenty of compliments. It comes in sizes 3 to 13, and should last through many dress-up sessions beyond October 31.
48. Go glam, picture-book style
Fancy Nancy is a favorite literary heroine of most toddlers. With this ensemble, your child can dress up as the colorful protagonist of the well-known literary tomes Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet and Bonjour Butterfly. The costume set includes a tutu dress, giant purple pearl necklace, and rainbow-striped leggings. Purchase a pair of sparkly flats or colorful kicks to round out the outfit, and use a tiny curling iron to get a Fancy Nancy-worthy coiff. The costume is a size 3T/4T.
49. Chaperone a trio of pajama-clad crime fighters
The characters from PJ Masks are considered A-list celebrities amongst the seven-and-under crowd, so expect to see quite a few Owlettes, Cat Boys, and Gekkos out trick-or-treating this year. Each of the PJ Masks costumes include a jumpsuit with a detachable tail and headpiece, and you can nab the whole set of kiddo crime fighters for less than $60. Parents do report that the jumpsuits, available in sizes 2T to 8, run on the smaller side, so definitely size up for comfort, especially if your kid will want to use it for dress-up in the future.
50. Be sensitive to kids with special needs
For kids with sensory issues, costumes with padding, face masks, or headpieces—and anything that’s just plain uncomfortable—are no-go items. If you’re on the search for a sensory-friendly costume so that every member of your family can truly enjoy a happy Halloween, here’s a pro-tip from a friend: Go with Superman pajamas with a detachable cape. Superman is one of the few superheroes who doesn’t wear a mask, so he’s a perfect choice for children who can’t—or won’t—wear anything over their faces. Add a red cape to these soft cotton pajamas (attach the velcro to their pjs, so it’s not around their neck) and you have a costume that’s sensory and trick-or-treat friendly. The PJs come in size 5T to 7T.