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How to hack Halloween costumes on a budget

Halloween and inflation are two things that do not go hand in hand. While adults do want to celebrate Halloween, albeit a more boozy version, sometimes the budget just doesn’t cooperate.

That being said, there are countless ways to make Halloween fun while staying on a budget. Here are a few costume tips you can make use of while staying thrifty:

Pick an easily recognizable costume

Take Star Wars for example. No, you do not need to spend hours making futuristic look costumes out of cereal boxes and leather pants. Since Star Wars is such a popular franchise, people will recognize your costume no matter how little effort you put into it.

You do not need to get the most expensive lightsaber on the market, you can just wrap duct tape around the base of a pool noodle and you are good to go. You can take inspiration from starwars.com.

Another example is Super Mario. All you need is a red or green sweatshirt that you can pair with overalls. You don’t need to make a logo, everyone gets the memo.

Purchase what you can reuse

Spending $100 on a costume that you will probably only wear once and is horrible in quality anyways is a huge waste of money. Instead, when purchasing, make sure it’s something you can use as an outfit later.

For example, if you want to dress as Loki, you should pick out a bottle-green dress and base your costume around it. This way, you can wear the dress regularly on other days and your money is not wasted.

DIY-it

Seriously, DIY is a lifesaver. Making a 100-dollar costume from scratch is going to cost you no more than $20. Most of the supplies you need can be found at your local craft store.

The key idea behind a successful DIY is how creative you can get with it. Look up DIY Halloween costume designs on Pinterest and you will find hundreds of ideas to choose from. You can even combine ideas from different costumes to create a new unique costume.

The possibilities are endless when it comes to DIYing your costume.

Conclusion

The time around Halloween is time for all the winter shopping so it’s understandable that one would keep their budget tight. The more creative you get, the more economical you end up being. At the end of the day, it’s always the spirit that matters.

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