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12 Easy Last-Minute Halloween Costumes For Adults

Your kids’ costumes have been figured out and made. But what about you? There is still time to get the perfect and super easy costume put together for yourself. Here are 12 incredibly simple last-minute Halloween costumes for adults!


Cat Mask 1 of 12
Simple and classy. I love the use of crepe paper in this one.

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Clark Kent / Superman 2 of 12
How easy is this? And if you don't already have a Superman shirt, you could easily make the emblem with some felt!

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Bat Headband 3 of 12
If you're not that into getting all dressed up, try a simple headband full of bats. It's sure to be a hit without taking too much time.

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Cosmic Family 4 of 12
The cheesy part inside me loves matching or coordinated costumes. This homemade stars and planets one is kind of awesome.

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Self Portrait 5 of 12
An old, big picture frame with yours truly inside. Perfect!

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Collage Mask 6 of 12
Not terribly scary, but there is something creepy and odd about these masks. It helps that they are unbelievably easy to make!

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Fashion Disasters 7 of 12
Throw on your ugliest and most mismatched clothes! Perfect for a couple in need of a last-minute costume.

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Gypsy 8 of 12
Most likely, you will have everything you need for this one around the house. Great for women, men and even kids!

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Mustachioed 9 of 12
A mustache on a stick. What can be simpler than that?

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Bat 10 of 12
This one is so clever. We all have an umbrella that is broken. Put it to good use!

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Spider Shades 11 of 12
Some spider shades, ideal for Halloween day. So fun!

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Leg Crawlers 12 of 12
Add some plastic bugs to some pants or tights for a subtle but creepy look.

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Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Other posts of mine you may have missed:

18 Fantastic Fall Crafts For Kids!

10 Awesome Halloween Activities To Get The Kids Pumped

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