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75 Easy and Cheap DIY Halloween Costumes for Women 2020

75 Easy and Cheap DIY Halloween Costumes for Women 2020

You don’t have to spend a fortune on a store-bought costume you’ll wear once (twice, if you’re lucky!) to come up with something creative for Halloween—even if you have minimal crafting skills and limited time.

Whether you want to go as something sweet—a cupcake that comes together with just a sweatshirt, or house plant, for example—or prefer to use All Hallow’s Eve as an excuse to tap into your darker side—a Disney villain, a pretty sorceress, or one of the Sanderson sisters from Hocus Pocus—there’s an easy (and cheap!) DIY Halloween costume for you.

You can make many of these at the last-minute with just a few wardrobe staples (it doesn’t get any easier than that!), while plenty others require just a few simple supplies, like a glue gun and some felt. Of course, experts can feel free to take any of these ideas and run with them, showing off their sewing skills to create something truly out of this world. Looking to dress up without an actual costume? You can opt for an ugly Halloween sweater that’s perfect for work, or lean in makeup (think: something witchy).

Ready to start planning? Here, dozens upon dozens of affordable and simple ideas for women. (There’s even a few that make great couples or BFF costumes, too!) And while these are all pictured on adults, you could totally use the inspo on your kids as well.

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Here are 2020’s creative trending Halloween costumes, according to Google

Here are 2020’s creative trending Halloween costumes, according to Google

Halloween may look a little different this year but there’s nothing stopping us from dressing up!

No matter what your plans are you can still celebrate Halloween with a fun and creative costume.

Google just released its annual “Frightgeist” of trending costumes so we can all get a little Halloween inspiration.

In lieu of those classic Halloween activities, the CDC recommends people try what it describes as “lower risk activities” to celebrate the holiday this year amid the global pandemic. Those activities include socially distanced pumpkin carving, decorating your house, having a virtual costume contest, doing an outdoors Halloween scavenger hunt and having a “scavenger hunt-style trick-or-treat search” indoors with members of your household.

The “Frightgeist” takes a look at all of the costumes trending in the month of September in the United States.

“This September’s trending Halloween costumes are action-packed: Martial arts gurus and dungeon masters take the lead, followed by Jedis and cowgirls that are out of this world—literally,” according to Google.

Some of our favorites include Woody and Jessie, corgi stegosaurus and Baby Yoda.

Check out the full list of costumes below!

Trending costumes

Cobra Kai Dungeon Master The Mandalorian Space Cowgirl Trolls Belle Marshmello Inflatable shark Firefighter Sanderson sisters

MORE: Disney princess wigs line launch in time for Halloween.

Couples costumes

Bonnie and Clyde Lilo and Stitch Cosmo and Wanda Coraline and Wybie Lydia and Beetlejuice Mario and Luigi Woody and Jessie Angel and Devil Phineas and Ferb Sharkboy and Lavagirl

Pet costumes

Cat taco Corgi stegosaurus Twinkie Beetlejuice Fish Woody dog Chucky Frog Pumpkin Raccoon

MORE: Pinterest recipes for Halloween including fangtastic appetizers, desserts, and drinks.

Kids costumes

Supergirl Flamingo Hocus Pocus Witch Glinda Robot Maui Bat Sally Werewolf

Baby costumes

Baby shark Baby Yoda Baby pumpkin Boss baby Baby dinosaur Baby Olaf Baby chicken

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