So, you're all grown up now. You've graduated from the wondrous world of being a kid into the world of responsibilities. You've got bills, maybe you have a fancy job and maybe you've even got yourself a family, but that doesn't mean you have to pack your imagination away in a box in the attic. Quite the opposite, actually! Now that you're an adult, you deserve a break from all the responsibilities and hassles of life more than anyone. So, why not dress up in one of our adult costumes for Halloween to party like it's your birthday. (Even if it's not really your birthday!) We have adult Halloween costumes and costumes for themed parties and cosplay. Whatever you’re looking for! So, read on, and check out all of these adult costume ideas to jump-start your leap into a fun and memorable costume experience.
The gray and blue fur are two separate materials from Joanns. The gray was much longer and I had to trim all of it down, but it really was the best match for Cheshire. I used a pattern to make the body then altered it to fit her measurements. The blue stripes were cut, placed, pinned and hand-stitched one by one. The mask has a paper mâché base with upholstery foam to widen his face. The eyes are lenses from a pair of sunglasses that I painted w/ just turquoise acrylic paint. The blacks of the eyes are what she sees through. Narrow, but it works well enough. The mouth and nose are thick card-stock also painted and attached with a glue gun and the whiskers are actually twigs I spray painted and glued in under the fur. Took about a month to make but probably would've been less if I didn't have FT work + FT school
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.
Close to 10,000 people attended the parade, according to a New York Times article published on September 6, 1882. Marchers carried signs bearing slogans like “Eight Hours for a Legal Day’s Work” and “Less Hours and More Pay.” The New York Times called the demonstration “pleasant” and “orderly,” although it noted that the parade’s organizers expected closer to 30,000 or 40,000 laborers to show up and support the march.
Despite the common perception of middle children being resentful of their siblings and never getting enough attention from their parents, Katrin Schumann, co-author of The Secret Power of Middle Children, has done extensive research on the subject that found the plight of middle children may actually be a positive thing later in life. One such trait is their ability to negotiate.
Ben Carpenter is a cosplayer who uses a wheelchair. For this year’s Tampa Bay Comic Con, he and his group became the cast of Mad Max: Fury Road. Ben was Max in the scene where he was strapped to the front of a vehicle in order to supply blood to the driver. He used his wheelchair in the upright position for the vehicle, driven by a friend and accompanied by other characters from the movie. They won the award for Best Group Cosplay. Of course they did.
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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.
Full House's perpetually neglected Stephanie Tanner, The Brady Bunch's embittered Jan Brady, Downton Abbey's tragedy-prone Lady Edith Crawley: For many people, these are the images that pop into their heads when thinking of the stereotypical middle child. In TV shows and movies, they’re often used as comic relief, always stuck in the shadow of their other, seemingly more important siblings. But the reality is far more generous to middle children.
Andy Pixel made himself into Hannibal Lecter last year. You might think this costume would be difficult with cars, stairs, or the restroom, but he thought about that ahead of time. The hand cart comes apart, so he can ditch it and the extra legs when needed, and still be left with a full costume. He’s not really in a straitjacket; crossed arms just give him the look.
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.