There’s nothing more exciting than planning your costume for Halloween. If there’s one thing we’ve learned in recent years, it’s that more often than not, less is more when it comes to dressing up to celebrate.
Who wants to spend over $100 on a single-use Halloween costume anyway? Of course, we’ve got your back with the best deals at your favorite Halloween retailers, but sometimes, a cleverly crafted DIY costume is just the ticket.
We’ve searched the web for the most clever DIY Halloween costumes and we’re extremely impressed with everyone’s creativity. Check out the list if you’re interested in being a copy cat (no, seriously – see number 14).
15 Clever DIY Halloween Costumes for 2017
1. Formal Apology
Sorry not sorry. This costume is so sincere.
2. Taco Belle
This ensemble is so beautiful, like most tacos I know.
3. Kevin Bacon
We’re bacon on this costume being very, very popular this year.
4. Candy Rappers
Anyone else suddenly craving a bag of Eminems?
5. Social Butterflies
Networking is key.
6. Jon Snow White
You know nothing, Jon Snow White. But your costume is pretty awesome.
7. Spelling Bee
This costume is the bee’s knees.
8. American Horror Story
Not sure if Goosebumps is considered a horror story but it definitely triggered most of my childhood nightmares.
Someday, somehow, Nickelback might make a comeback with this costume.
10. Dumbledora the Explorer
It’ll be tough to resist swiping this extremely wise costume.
11. Freudian Slip
This is the blessed costume I’ve seen in a while.
12. Identity Theft
The only identity theft I’m totally fine with.
13. Silent Knight
There are no words.
14. Copy Cat
I have a feeling everyone will copy this costume.
15. Dr. Pepper
And last but not least…the M.D. of Halloween.
The Best Deals on DIY Halloween Costumes this Year
Going the DIY route is a great way to save money on Halloween spending, but the savings don’t have to end there.
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