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Top 5 Plus Size Halloween Costumes For Women

Top 5 Plus Size Halloween Costumes For Women

Plus size Halloween costumes for women aren’t limited at all: there are plenty of costume ideas to suit all shapes, sizes and styles. Here are five of the best female plus size costume ideas to get you started this Halloween.

1) Flapper

Flapper costumes are fun and sexy no matter what your size. Flapper dresses often come with layers and tassels which help to cover up any bumps you might want to hide. They make use of sequins, bright colors and beads which will attract attention towards you in all the right ways! Flapper Halloween costumes also give you the chance to wear a dramatic short bob wig, and don a feather bower for the ultimate expression of your womanly freedom!

2) Clown

Clowns always make fun plus size Halloween costumes for women at Halloween. You don’t have to go for the traditional red fuzzy hair and baggy trousers, either. Some other clown costume ideas include hoop dress skirts with bright wigs, colorful tights and spotty shoes. Want something even more unique? Then opt for a Nightmare Before Christmas clown costume.

3) Renaissance Woman

The renaissance woman costume is always a firm favorite at Halloween, especially for plus size women. The benefit of these costumes is that they’re designed for people with curves! This way you can show them off instead of hiding them away, and you’ll look fantastic. Just make sure that you opt for full skirts – those thinner at the waist and wider at the feet will be the most flattering for your figure.

4) Vampire

Vampires come in all shapes and sizes, so they also make a good theme for plus size Halloween costumes. For ladies who don’t want to show off too much skin, there are a number of plus size costumes featuring full gowns and corsets for the “gothic” vampire look. Vampires also dress in dark colors which are known to be slimming, especially when combined with long necklaces and strategically placed belts.

5) Pirate

The classic pirate wench features a flowing skirt, long boots and a peasant blouse. A corset can help show off those beautiful curves, then add a flowing wig, bandana and sword to complete your pirate look. If you prefer you can also wear black leggings under a long blouse for an alternative plus size pirate look.

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5 Creative Halloween Costumes For Women

5 Creative Halloween Costumes For Women

Want to make sure you don’t look like everyone else this Halloween? Got a bit more time on your hands to come up with something unforgettable? Then here are 5 creative Halloween costumes for women that you can try.

1) Mermaid

The beauty of mermaid costumes is that they can be as simple or as detailed as you require. The best mermaid costumes involve an intricate tail that goes right down to the floor. Some women create a long tail with holes for their feet, that then flicks up at the end. Add to this creative look with blue and green ribbons in your hair (like seaweed), and a shell bikini top.

2) Mother Nature

Mother Nature may be a popular Halloween costume theme, but there are many ways to go about putting it together. The most creative Halloween costumes for women tend to go into more detail. You might choose to paint a giant ball around you as the Earth and use this as your costume, or create a detailed gown full of natural materials such as leaves, flowers, fruit and other natural imagery.

3) Blow Up Doll

Warning – this idea is strictly for adult parties only! For an extra creative Halloween costume for women, try dressing up as a classic blow up doll. To do so, you’re going to need to buy a skin-colored body suit, with holes in all the right places (make sure you’re wearing something underneath!) You should even cover your head, with drawn on red lips and wide eyes for the complete love doll look.

4) Body Paint Costumes

Body paint can be used in so many ways to create the most unique Halloween costumes for both men and women. It’ll take a bit of practice, but why not try creating the costume of your choice completely out of body paint? Do it right and people won’t even notice at first that it isn’t real – this is a great way to shock and surprise people.

5) Split Personality

Lastly, split personality themes always make for some creative Halloween costumes for women. This means dressing half as you in one style, and the other half another. For example, one could be your good side and one could be your evil side, or one could be a superhero in their day to day “normal” wear, one can be their superhero side.

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Unique Vampire Halloween Costumes For Women

Unique Vampire Costumes For Women

Vampire costumes for women have been a firm favorite at Halloween for many years now. Although we all have ideas about how the classic vampire can look, new shows and movies, such as True Blood and Twilight, have given women more scope for unique Halloween costumes than ever!

The Classic Vampire Look

Although there is a huge range of different female vampires out there in popular entertainment, vampire costumes for women almost always include a few basic elements…

1) Pale Skin: Vampires don’t go out in the sun, so they tend to be a lot paler than living humans. Use white makeup, or foundation a few shades lighter than your natural skin tone, to recreate the “undead” look.

2) Dark Eyes: Vampires tend to have darker eyes, so recreate this with some dark eye shadow on and below the lids. If you really want to take this further, you can even add some red or black contacts.

3) Fangs: All vampires have fangs to make it easier to drain their victims. Although not all vampires keep their fangs out constantly, you’ll want to get hold of some fake fangs so that everyone knows exactly what youÂ’re supposed to be dressed up as!

Pam From True Blood

If a sexy, modern vampire is the kind you want to go as then why not try dressing like Pam from True Blood? Some of Pam’s defining characteristics include her long, poker straight blonde hair, her bright red lipstick, and her sex appeal! She’s also known to wear a lot of leather and PVC while she’s on the clock at Fangtasia. And don’t forget the high heels and, of course, the vampire fangs!

Akasha From Queen of the Damned

This movie may have been released a while ago now, but the Akasha character is still one of the most famous and unique of all the female vampires. If you want to look a little different from all the other vampires out on Halloween, why not try to look like Aaliyah did in her famous role?

Akasha’s costume is tribal and Egyptian, with a long skirt, coiled breastplates, belt and very detailed vampire crown. This won’t be an easy costume to recreate, but if you choose to do so you’ll certainly be the center of attention at any Halloween party! This costume is great for a bit of belly dancing, too!

As you can see, there are ways to create unique vampire costumes for women if you think outside the box – you don’t have to stick to long black gowns and black hair!

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Halloween Costumes For Pregnant Women Some Themes To Work With Your Growing Bump

Halloween Costumes For Pregnant Women: Some Themes To Work With Your Growing Bump

Just because you’re expecting a child this Halloween doesn’t mean you have to cover up or limit yourself to plus size costume ideas! Halloween costumes for pregnant women can be just as fun and creative as anything else. Here are a few ideas to get you going.

Paint Your Bump

One of the most popular ideas for Halloween costumes for pregnant women is to use your bump as a prop. Many women paint it orange to look like a pumpkin and “carry” it around with them. This is a good idea as it works with a number of different costumes. For example you could dress as a farmer with the belly/ pumpkin coming out of a hole, or even more traditional Halloween characters such as a witch carrying the pumpkin.

The Pregnant Nun

This is another popular one among the list of Halloween costumes for pregnant women. This tongue in cheek costume involves dressing as a nun with a very noticeable baby bump. She’s obviously been up to something she shouldn’t have!

Bun In The Oven Costume

This is another funny costume idea: why not either buy a ready made costume or create an “oven” out of a box? Put a bun in there to represent the baby you’ve got growing in your belly. This will cover up your growing bump but it still makes your pregnancy a feature of the costume.

The Gruesome Eyeball

Want to do something a little gruesome for Halloween? Then dress your belly up as an eyeball. You can have some fun painting the details on this one, just don’t forget the blood! For the rest of your costume, just wear plain black and let the scary eyeball pop out. People can’t fail to notice this costume at a party!

Pregnant Mother Earth

This is another costume that makes use of a painted belly as a prop. Why not dress as Mother Earth and paint your belly to look like the world? This will require a bit more detail when it comes to getting the paint looking right, but it’ll be a huge hit if you can pull it off. As for the clothing around the belly, try anything in natural colors, and add accessories such as rows of flowers or leaves to complete the look.

The Chicken And The Egg

For a good couples costume idea, many pregnant women choose to go to Halloween parties dressed as an egg. Your partner can go as the chicken or, if you fancy something a little different, maybe even some streaky bacon.

Pregnant Pea Pod

This is a fun costume that plays on your bump by making it look as if it’s a pea coming out of the pod. Just get hold of green clothes, and cut a hole in your shirt or jacket for the “pea” to peep out.

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