It’s almost here, Halloween is just around the corner. The time for costumes, candy, and fun. This year don’t spend $40 on a costume that you will only wear once, instead check out these cheap but awesome costumes.
1. Aladdin: Blue shirt, blue or tan pants. Tan bandanna or vest. Take a red marker and write “Aladdin” on the bandanna or vest in Arabic writing. Black shoes and a brown belt complete the look.
2. Mummy: Grab an old white sheet and wrap it around yourself. Rip up a few strips of the sheet to hang off of you. Add some fake blood and your costume is complete!
3. Zombie: Wear your oldest clothes that are full of holes and rips, add lots of fake blood to create the zombie look!
4. Scarecrow: Grab an old flannel shirt, jeans, and boots to create this classic look! A straw hat and some makeup to make your face look dirty completes the costume!
5. Mary Poppins: A black dress with white collar and cuffs, black heels, a black hat with red ribbon completes this look! Add a carpet bag for bonus points!
If you are a broke college student then Halloween can be stressful. You know that you want to dress up, but how do you find the money for an expensive costume? Have no fear! I am here to help!
Here are three ideas for costumes that will not only cause jaws to drop, but also not break the bank:
1. Aladdin Costume:
Aladdin is a classic Disney movie and the main character is easy to dress up like. All you really need is a white tank top and loose fitting pants. A red fez hat can be found at any Walmart for about $10. To complete the look, carry around a small lamp (you can improvise by painting an old one). This costume will only run you about $15-20 and its simple yet effective!
2. Batman Costume:
Batman is one of my favorite superheros, so it was pretty obvious that I would throw him into this list at some point. For this costume, all you really need is a black shirt and pants. If you want to splurge on something, get a black mask from Party City or something similar. A cape would be nice too, but if you don’t have one lying around just use a blanket or something similar. Another
In this post, we’ll be talking about a wonderful, yet cheap, Halloween costume idea: Aladdin from Disney’s Aladdin. This costume can be used for either kids or adults and is perfect for those of you who are willing to spend just a little time on the costuming part of your Halloween costume.
Aladdin Costume Materials:
A really bright blue shirt with long sleeves and a collar. Collar is optional, but recommended! Obviously, this should fit well and not look like you’re drowning in it.
Brown pants that are fitted at the ankles. For women, jeans work fine. For men, cargo pants work great! These should be loose fitting around the legs, but not too loose.
A pair of pumps or sandals in brown or tan color
Most of us are still trying to get used to the idea that winter is coming. There’s a big chill in the air, and it’s only going to get colder from here on out. With that in mind, there’s a lot to prepare for. Some people have already started buying Christmas gifts for their loved ones, and some are already making their lists for holiday parties. But before we start thinking about any of that, let’s take a moment to talk about the most important thing: Halloween costumes!
For many of us, Halloween is an opportunity to express our creativity while also having fun with friends and family. And while there are plenty of ways to make your costume stand out—getting professional-quality makeup, having real props made by a master craftsman—most of us don’t have time or money to do any of those things.
Luckily, you can still make a pretty awesome costume without spending too much money or effort. Here are some tips:
Welcome to the world of Aladdin. The story of a poor young man who falls in love with a princess. But in order to be worthy of her hand, he has to go on a dangerous journey to find a magical lamp. From this lamp he is able to summon a powerful genie, who can grant him three wishes. Aladdin uses his wishes to become a prince and marry the princess.
If you want to dress up as this Disney character, there are some easy ways to do it without spending too much money. There are many different styles of Aladdin costumes you can choose from. And depending on the quality you want, the price can range from a few dollars up to $100 or more for official versions from Disney and other big brands.
For this guide I’ll show you how to create one that looks good for under $30.
It’s been a while since I last posted on this blog. I have been busy with college, and other things that have kept me from writing more. However, I will try to be regular posting again.
Today I want to share with you one of my Halloween costumes for this year: Aladdin! As mentioned in the title, I wanted to make a costume that would not cost too much money and yet still looked cool. That is why I decided to make an Aladdin costume.
Making your own Halloween costumes can be very easy, but if you want them to look good it can take some time and effort. In my case it took me around two weeks to finish, and the total amount of money I spent was around 25 euros or $30.
The first thing you will need is a turban. This turban is made out of a scarf that cost me 4 euros, but if you already have a scarf in your home you could save some money by using this one instead. You can watch the video on how to tie the turban here. After making the turban I added an extra piece of fabric on top to hold all the material together using some needles and black sewing thread. This step is optional, but it makes the tur
My son’s costume is Aladdin, and my daughter’s is Jasmine. I am making the costumes with a hot glue gun and bits of fabric I found at the thrift store.
I have never been very good at sewing or crafting, but I have made lots of costumes this way. This year, I am making Aladdin pants out of an old pair of jeans, and a vest out of an old shirt. For Jasmine, I am making a vest from a tank top that I found in the clearance bin at Walmart.
I cut up the jeans to make them into shorts for Aladdin, then used felt to make a vest. The best part is that the kids can wear their new costumes for playtime (after Halloween). They will probably get more use out of them that way than if I had spent more money on nicer materials.