Halloween Costume Ideas | Hannah Musgrave
Halloween Costume Ideas
With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about what you want to be this year. Here is a compilation of the best costumes of 2015, the most legendary costumes worn by celebrities, and the best characters to dress up as in 2016. Best costumes of 2015, it’s not too late to steal one of these home-made “punny” outfits.
Ceiling Fan, wear this and you can say your team is undefeated (alike CCA’s football team)!
French Kiss, represent a both clever and punk costume.
Spice Girls, perfect for if you have a group to do this with you!
One Night Stand, if you don’t mind the large shoulder piece, it’s a pretty funny idea.
Social Butterfly, add a funny twist on the basic butterfly outfit and tape a few social media apps on yourself.
Potheads, well this clever bunch were able to get away with it…
Or, same idea, but just throw a pot on your head!
50 Shades of Grey, dress up as 50 Shades of Grey and you can still be one of the most modest Halloween-Goers this year.
Chick Magnet, …and then there was this guy who thought he was sly beyond belief.
Joe Jonas as Derek Zoolander; one of my personal all-time favorites.
And never may we forget, Ellen Degeneres as Nicki Minaj.
Or Joan Rivers as Miley Cyrus.
Neil Patrick Harris and family as Star Wars Characters; I don’t know if anything will ever mount up to this.
But if Jeremy Miller and his mobile costumes don’t warm your heart then you might as well be Cruella De Ville this year. Jeremy’s father has been making costumes that shape around his son’s wheelchair, and in doing so has inspired other young kids in wheelchairs across the US to do the same.
Best for 2016
Harley Quinn; or anyone from Suicide Squad would make for a great costume this year.
Purge Group; this creepy costume idea is back with the 3rd Purge movie having come out in 2016, Election Year.
Maleficent; classy with a mysterious edge, what more could you want?
And for those of you who have been following the newly crazed show, Stranger Things.
Or have been a part of the Harambe Protest.
Or the revamped Pokemon infatuation.
And of course, the most recent (and most eerie) Clown mania; which I’m sure is going to be highly promoted through costumes this year.