Your kid brings color to your world on Halloween and beyond. Make their rainbow cheer tangible with this adorable cloud and rainbow costume set. Using multi-colored construction paper and a leftover cardboard box, make them a rainbow “dress.” Then, add polyester batting to your umbrella for a makeshift cloud.
Grab your best friend and create a troop of your own for a 90s-inspired look. Like your Girl Scouts days, but elevated.
For a modern take on the classic t-shirt costume, use pre-cut letters and Velcro for a letter board effect. That way you’ll be able to transform your costume all day long.
She’s the peanut butter to your jelly … or in this case, the ketchup to your mustard (or vice versa). Add some bright color to your Halloween with these simple red and yellow picks.
Well gosh — isn’t this the cutest DIY costume you’ve ever seen? We’re sure Mickey would agree.
If you wore a dark midi skirt and blazer with a white button-down, it might not look like much of a costume; add a red ribbon around your neck, however, and you’re clearly Mary Poppins. Same goes for your chimney sweepin’ pal: With ash-colored eyeshadow and a broom, they can transform into a Bert look-alike.
Nothing says “girl power” quite like Rosie the Riveter. Since every woman already has a little Rosie in her, there’s a strong chance you already have the makings for this costume in your closet.
If you’re Team Dunkin’, here’s an easy way to show your pride using bright colors and mini blow-up donuts. (Fair warning: This costume isn’t your best bet if you’re short on time.)
Avocado lovers, rejoice. This adorable combination is both heavenly and delicious. Just print out avocado illustrations you find online and stick ’em to your green shirt.
Hallelujah, here’s a costume that’s weather-proof and will inspire a night of karaoke. Tape cutouts of your favorite guys — George Clooney, Shawn Mendes, to list a few — to a clear umbrella, then wear rain boots and a trench coat to complete the look.