If you haven’t been following along on Instagram you may not have realized how seriously I take Halloween! I have been posting a new DIY Halloween costume every day of October. With only a couple of days left before the spooky holiday, I have rounded up 5 easy DIY Disney Halloween costumes that you can find in your closet!
Let’s kick off this post with the queen of Disney! All you need for this look is polka dots, and lots of them! I paired a red polka dot top with a red skirt to mimic Minnie’s signature dress. If you’ll be doing a lot of walking on Halloween ditch the yellow heels for a pair of yellow flats and finish off the look with a pair of black tights (bonus points for the added warmth!)
If you are looking for a cute and unique Disney costume look no further! To achieve this look you will need an all green outfit! I opted for a green dress for my take on this costume, but do not hesitate to pair a green tunic with pants or add tights to a dress if it is too cold! Of course we cannot forget Peter Pan’s signature green hat. I added a red feather to my hat to match Peter’s.
Who else loved the Proud Family growing up? For this costume I convinced my boyfriend, Darian, to dress up as Oscar Proud and I couldn’t help but hold my poodle, Yogi, in the picture as Puff, Sugar Mama’s beloved dog. For Penny Proud you will need a maroon skirt, pink cardigan, and a collared blouse. Penny’s signature pigtails and beauty mark are a must for this costume!
This Snow White costume has to be my favorite of all the costumes that I’ve posted on Instagram so far! A yellow skirt, collared top, and blue top is the base for this costume. However, it is all in the details when it comes to this look! Adding a red headband, red lip, and an apple is all you need to make this costume a 10/10.
Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh was my favorite show when I was a tot. For this costume I wore the same yellow skirt that I used for Snow White but instead paired it with a red top. If you don’t have an Eeyore lying around your house, pick up a small pot/jar and use it as your honey pot! I DIYed these Winnie the Pooh ears with a yellow shipping envelope and hair clips but using a yellow hair band works too!
I hope these costume ideas helped you out and if you plan on using one of these please do not hesitate to tag me in your pictures on Instagram @otcolorfulside and while you’re there make sure you follow along on Instagram for daily DIY costumes throughout the month of October! As a side note, it is always freezing in New York on Halloween so make sure to tweak these looks to your weather conditions, you can bet that I will be all bundled up no matter which costume I wear this year! As always, thank you for checking out my blog and enjoy the rest of your week!