Give your little girl the Halloween costume she’s been dreaming of! Whether you’re looking for costume ideas for 2019 with her or simply choosing for her, our selection of girls’ costumes is sure to leave you satisfied. Your little one will feel like the princess she is when you dress her up in a flowing dress and turn her into a goddess! If she favors characters that are powerful and forceful, she can be a Ghostbuster and take on paranormal activity or fly through the air as Wonder Woman on Halloween night. Always up for a little scare? Check out our scary costume ideas for 2019 and she’ll haunt her friends all night long. She can also turn herself into her favorite on-screen character, Coraline and prance around town in a cute yellow rain jacket! From elegant and humorous to pop culture and scary, we carry girls’ costumes that will make your Halloween 2019 the best one yet.
Before you make any final decisions, grab the other half of your dynamic duo and figure out your 2019 Halloween vibe: punny, trendy, classic, cute, the list goes on. There's something in this mix for everyone! No matter if you choose to make your costume from scratch or go the store-bought route, these Insta-worthy ideas will be a hit at Halloween parties. There are even a few ideas in here for taking just a couple of store-bought items and creating a costume all your own, no crafting required. (Phew!) And just like that, you and your S.O. are one step closer to finally taking home the "Best Costume" award.
Show off your sense of humor at this year’'s Halloween party with imaginative couples costumes like Kermit and Miss Piggy, celebrate your favorite sandwich and dress up like a Ham and Swiss or BLT or even Bacon and Eggs. Go back in time with your favorite television characters, like Fred and Wilma Flintstone, Barney and Betty Rubble or even their kids, Bamm Bamm and Pebbles or zoom off to the future with the Jetsons. Are movies more your style? We've got the best movie themed adult costumes like Batman and Robin, Captain Jack Sparrow and Angelica, Shrek and Princess Fiona or Danny and Sandy from Grease.
Here at BestProducts.com, we start planning our Halloween costumes early. Like, really early. We wouldn't dare be that person looking for a last-minute costume — and neither should you. There's nothing worse than someone asking you, "What are you supposed to be?" And apparently we’re not alone in our love for dressing up: Americans spent more than $3 billion on costumes last year.
one of the easiest costumes of YEARS of loving Halloween and dressing up, is the BLACK EYED PEA … it is simple, green clothes, sweats … green all over and a black eye with the letter p ON THE FRONT AND BACK OF SHIRT~!!! ONE YEAR a cereal killer ,…. yep … white t shirt, with small cereal boxes attached, with a plastic knife stuck into the boxes and paint or blood dripping from ea box down the t shirt …. no one will ever guess this one !!! one year I dressed up like a hunter, wanting to look more like a man I needed a beard, so I spread a thin layer of corn syrup on face and took coffee grounds and patted on syrup for a scruffy beard, the smell of the coffee all day at work gave me indigestion, but no one knew it was me, because of the real looking beard, just washed off with warm water …
The character Cherry Darling from the movie Planet Terror startled folks when they saw that one of her legs was a machine gun. Then it inspired some women to recreate the scene. Now, if you are a beautiful amputee like Lacey Henderson, who gained note as a college cheerleader a few years ago, you can make hay by cosplaying the character at fan events. Henderson has a webpage with instructions for those who aren't amputees on how to recreate the Cherry Darling look, and an annual competition is held for the best machine-gun-leg costume.