DIY Halloween Costumes 2016




With Halloween quickly approaching us, many of us are left scrambling for last-minute costume ideas that won’t break the bank.

 When it comes to purchasing costumes, you may want to consider selecting pieces for your costume, that will allow you to easily wear again and that fit in with your everyday wardrobe.

This way, you can invest in items that you’ll be likely to wear more than just once. Read on for DIY costume ideas! 




1. Classic Bunny Rabbit


This is a classic costume idea that will always look adorable and flatter most body types.

For a look you'll be able to wear elsewhere, try pairing a lace dress or romper with a faux fur coat. Fuzzy bunny ears aren't necessarily reusable for everyday wear, but it will assure that your complete your look!






2. Clueless Babe


Clueless's beloved Cher Horowitz, Dionne Davenport, and Tai Frazier will forever be regarded as the ultimate 90's school-girl style icons. Re-creating their preppy chic vibe is simple.

Stick with plaid prints, mini skirts, velvet textures as your main staples and accessorize with girly details such as fluffy pens and mary jane heels.





3.  Masquerade Jester

A masquerade costume is ideal for those who want to stick to simple wardrobe, as it really relies on a mask only to make the look complete.

We love the dark, Victorian style masquerade styles. Try pairing with a lacy dress or bodysuit and bottom of your choice.





4. Jessica Rabbit

Another classic costume option for those who prefer to keep it simple yet, sultry. All you need is body-con style red midi dress and sexy red lips.

Bunny ears and/or a red hair wig will boost the look!




5. 90's Grunge Girl.

The 1990's fashion style has resurrected itself for Fall 2016.

Opting for an on-trend grunge costume (think Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love, or Winona Ryder in Reality Bites) will leave you with a few new wardrobe pieces that you will be able to wear over and over again.