DIY costumes for rookies (and procrastinators)
Haven’t found your Halloween costume yet? These looks are super easy to make at home and can be done a week (or even a day) before your Halloween party. And they’re all super comfortable.
Layer pink or white tulle together to make a tutu. Wear it on top of a beige or pink leotard (a tank or camisole will suffice) and white tights, and finish the look with a bun and ballet slippers (or just a pair of round-toe flats).
Colored tulle, all bunched up and sewn (or glued) to a cotton slip dress. Hang a white rope off the side for a handle and carry around some shower gel, and maybe even a rubber duck.
If you have a cowboy hat and cowboy boots already, this is probably the easiest costume of all. Just add a plaid flannel button up tied at the waist and a pair of denim cutoff shorts. Bonus points for getting your s/o to dress up as your horse.
Make a circle skirt out of felt (it keeps its shape nicely, and is easy to work with), cut out a poodle shape from a contrast colored felt and glue it to the front. Pair it with a tank and cardigan (add spectator shoes and ribbon in the hair if you want to up the ante).