Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and while I appreciate a lot of the seasonal decorations that make it great, I still love to keep it spooky year-round. In true minimalist fashion, I also love getting outfit ideas from my own minimalist wardrobe. Over the years, I have shared some Halloween costume ideas from my wardrobe, Outfit ideas from any basic wardrobe, and tons Halloween couture ideas before. Today I share with you last minute Halloween costumes inspired by a minimal wardrobe.
Vampire Costume Modern Day
Vampire Halloween costumes are one of the easiest to put together because most of the look is in the makeup. Make sure your eyes and lips are a dark smoky color and if you have loose teeth (or photoshop like i did above, haha), you can use white eyeliner or lips to create the illusion that your upper teeth are sticking out when your lips are closed.
Marathon runners costume
While it’s clear my medal says half-marathon, no one really cares about Halloween. All you need for this is some workout gear, a piece of paper with a number printed or drawn on it, and a medal of any kind. Extra credit for some headbands if you have them.
Flower fairy costume:
Focus on the details for this one and bonus points if you have it socks like these or maybe embellish a pair of fishnet tights similar to this. You can easily make your own flower crown using headbands and ribbons. Wings can be made from a scarf by tying it to the back of your dress or sports bra and then looping the top corners through the loops (or rubber bands?) on your finger. When you lift your arm, it will be as if you have a pair of wings. Makeup should be light, bright and sparkling. I would focus on a lot of highlighters and pastels if you have them.
Black cat costume
Always an easy outfit to wear, everything fits and is black. If you don’t have cat ears, make some by cutting out two diamond shapes with black paper (or color any piece of paper in black) and fold them around a headband or clip them to your hair. You can even turn this into a cat woman by adding or painting on a black eye mask and wearing one. belt bag. The accent nail looks like a claw, but you can also paint your nails with a darker color polish, instead of following the natural shape of the nail, you’ll have a point at the end that looks like a triangle. .
Saddle! Another easy look, as long as you have a hat, scarf or cap and boots. If you have a piece of string, you can even roll it up and clip it to your belt for extra effort.
Where in the world would you find this costume? Easily! And you can wear all the outfits again for the fall.
From another planet, an out-of-this-world metal that looks perfect for circling another world. Silver is a “color” that I love to use as a fun addition to my wardrobe, so I’m really considering this for this year. I’m going to leave my hair up in a bun and add some silver accents to my face. I don’t have moon boots, but I think I’d be fine without them.
A super easy halloween costume to make if you have a camera handy. You can even print out a few wildlife photos to “show off your work”.
Men in black
Another person on the idea board for this year as I have almost everything needed to complete the look. I’ll borrow a tie from my husband’s closet and maybe print my own “MIB” badge.
A trip back in time with a classic aviator look that can easily be combined with this year’s pieces. If you don’t want to buy a aviator hat (Honestly, I wouldn’t but I’m not trying to win any competition), I’ll wear a beanie to complete the look.