Last-Minute, Easy Halloween Costume Ideas For Busy Women
If you’re a busy woman thinking about dressing up and getting festive on Halloween but you don’t have much time, you’re in luck because today we are sharing last minute Halloween costume ideas that you can easily put together at home. There’s one finishing touch for each costume, and that’s lashes of course! So call a Lash Lounge near you and get your lashes Halloween ready!
Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Two Ways)
For the iconic look we all know and love from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, dust off your favorite little black dress, grab your pearls, oversized black sunnies and channel your inner Audrey!
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Another look we love from the movie that could easily be created is Holly’s look with an man’s oversized tuxedo shirt, jazzed up sleep mask and tassel earrings. One last finishing touch, volume lashes!!
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Colorful Ice-Cream Cone
If you’ve got a white dress, colorful construction paper (or mini popsicle sticks) and some brown paper, then you can whip this ‘sweet’ look up fast. Get the full DIY lesson here.
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Rosie the Riveter
If you have jeans, a denim shirt and a red bandana – “You Can Do It!” Just finish your look with a bright red lip, winged liner and extra volume lashes!
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This is a classic and another one of those looks you can pull together from what you have in your closet. Just grab a flannel shirt, jeans, one of your floppy hats, then take your eyeliner and create a scarecrow face … voila!
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This is yet another costume idea that you can totally repurpose. But if you do have to purchase a couple things, chances are you already have most of these pieces in your closet. You will just need to grab a striped shirt, black skirt, suspenders, red (or black) heels and a red beret.
Want more? Click here to see 50 Halloween costume ideas that are super easy to put together at the last-minute … you’re welcome!