Halloween onesies and other favourite costumes

Attached are a few of my favourite Halloween costume ideas for this year. I tend to go for comfort and ‘recognizability’ in my costumes. I’ve gone out in years past, where I spent most of the night explaining what my costume was – not really that fun:/ Also I’ve had years where I used glitter and worn itchy fabrics which was uncomfortable and also not that fun:/ I’ve curated Halloween costumes that I think would work well this year based on prior experience. Attached please find costumes and product links for purchases. I say just get it done and order what works in advance. Another annoyance is the last minute halloween costume scramble – in years past I found that a set of bunny ears and spider webbing from a local store produces a good “dust bunny” outfit:)  Attached are a few reasonably priced ‘planned’ options – enjoy!

My fave costume by far is the raccoon costume or ‘trash panda’ outift. It looks so comfy as well! Click here for sizing and pricing details:)

Chewbaca onesie – comfy one piece with a hood. Please see listing here.

There always should be a ‘sexier’ option – here is ‘sexy pumpkin’ tunic – I think this costume would be more comfortable than a lot of sexier costumes. Check out pricing and sizing here.

For a more formal halloween event, why not wear an R2D2 suit? Check out pricing here.

Going back to comfortable onesies again! I love this polarbear onesie. Check out pricing and sizing here.

A Corgi onesie for Halloween!! Check it out here,

For the Halloween minimalist – just a simple shirt – see pricing and sizing here.

Flashdance tunic! I argue it can be worn for more than just halloween! Check it out here.

Mr & Mrs.Potato head family costumes – Check out the child’s costume here & adult costumes here.

Little penguin costume for children – please click here

Voodoo doll costume – this is great for the halloween makeup enthusiast! Check out the costume here.

Wine & Cheese couples costume – Click here.


Happy Halloweening!

xo, Aly.

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