Grab your best striped shirt and team it with a pair of jeans and black beanie. Draw a money sign on a pillow case and boom! You’ll “steal” the show with this last minute look.
Togas aren’t just for frat parties! Find your finest white sheet and tie a belt around that shit! You’ll look awesome in this simple yet cool get up! Get those gladiator sandals ready! “Toga! Toga! Toga!”
The most overdone costume out there! Wanna know why? Because it’s so stupidly easy to pull off! First, dress your best in all black. Then cut two triangles out of black construction paper and glue them to a headband. Feel free to make a tail out of pipe cleaners if you’re feeling frisky! Boom! You’ll look purrfect. (This can also work with basically any animal!)
Pulling off the hippie fit is super easy. Start by not brushing your hair. Grab a tie-dye shirt and draw peace signs on it. No tie-dye shirt? No problem! Just grab a white T and draw peace signs all over that! Add a flower crown and Jesus sandals.
Yes, an odd costume indeed. But you’ll look so sweet as a little strawberry! All you need to do is cut out little tear drop shapes from black construction paper and glue them to a red shirt! Add some green socks and a green hat and you’ll look so berry cute!
If all else fails…cut two holes out of a sheet and be a freaking ghost!
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