Is cosplay your favorite? Us too! We’re all about Halloween, quite obviously, but we’re big-time fans of the folks who ply their costume skills all year long. Our Halloween costumes work great for cosplay, whether you mod them with your own upgraded costuming talents or prefer them ready to go out-of-the-box. Check out some of these classic cosplay ideas to see if they inspire your next choice for a Comic-Con!
Remember being a kid, when you were forced to sit at the kid's table? You could only imagine what kind of grown-up stuff was happening at the adult party. Now that you're an adult, you can make your Halloween party something beyond the wildest imagination of a kid, because you can do what you want! That's the beauty of being an adult, despite all the responsibilities that come along with adulthood. You also have the resources to throw one of the coolest costume parties in existence. So, let's get started with a few great adult costume ideas to wear to a themed costume party.
While we have plenty of ready-made outfits, sometimes the best Halloween costumes for adults are of the DIY variety. If that’s the case for you, don’t worry - we’ve got you covered there, too. We make it easy to complete adult costumes thanks to our selection of individual items from our curated selection of masks, tops, bottoms, shoes and more to create your own unique look. And remember – the holidays are always more fun with those you love, which is why we carry a huge selection of adult Halloween costumes for couples and groups. No matter what you choose, it’s sure to delight family, friends and neighbors. Ready to find the best Halloween costumes for adults like you? Check out our online selection or visit your local store to get started.
Tank Girl breakdown: shirt – mine, target painted on w/acrylics; shorts – mine, vintage; vest – thrifted, and I added patches and doodads; socks – hub’s and thrifted rainbow toe socks (one cut off as an arm warmer); goggles – dollar store; belt & holsters – my husband’s; weapons – dollar stores (I painted the bright orange gun); boots – mine; bat – thrifted kid’s plastic bat that I covered in contact paper and athletic tape. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to add wounds and bruises, but I did add some bandages. 🙂
halloween costume ideas for kids
Dr. Catherine Salmon, Schumann's co-author on The Secret Power of Middle Children, found that 80 percent of middle children claimed they have never cheated on their partner. This is compared to 65 percent of firstborns and 53 percent of last-borns who said they were never unfaithful to their long-term partner or spouse. This, of course, led to separate studies confirming that middle children, and their spouses, were happiest in marriage when compared to other birth orders.
So, got your Halloween costume idea picked out? Great! Now, it’s time to plan the party! Of course, we’ve got a ton of adult costumes for Halloween, but we’re also happy to let you know that we’ve got all the party décor and accessories you’ll need to have the perfect costume soiree, too. And, since we try to go the extra mile to make sure you get the most out of your experience, we’ve even got one more thing for you: Halloween costume awards to hand out at your party!
halloween costume beard
Shawn Thorsson has made a bunch of fantastic costumes. He planned a Halo-themed build for Halloween 2008, but then was deployed to Afghanistan. The project was finally completed the next year. Thorsson fabricated armor from the video game world of Halo, painted them in different colors, and dressed his friends as the characters from the Red vs. Blue series. He posted lots of pictures to show you the process.
the halloween costume store
15. Cheeseburger: I love that this is a no sew costume, but if you have no time to DIY, consider buying this fun hamburger costume! Also, if you’re in the market for baby cheeseburger costume, my beefy Maxwell is pretty adorable. Check out this post for the DIY baby hamburger costume tutorial. If you have the time to make your own, all of the step by step burger costume is at Please Note.
Prime Minister John Thompson signed Labour Day into law in 1894, the same year Cleveland declared it a national holiday in the United States. Many labor unions that held successful events in the United States, like the Knights of Labor, also had branches in Canada. Thompson was similarly motivated by mounting political pressure from labor activists, who organized several strikes to demand a nine-hour workday.
QuaziLogical made a classic illusion costume a couple of years ago. It cost him about $30 and took about 30 hours of work. This version of the trick looks better than most because the “dummy” is covered by a surgical mask, obscuring its fakery, and QuaziLogical wore a mask, too, to make his face look artificial. See a closer image of the legs he made.