In this collection we've gathered some of the most creative Halloween costumes for Women. But, they're not just creative (every costume is creative on it's own.)
#1: Amazing Hand Made Art Deco Medusa Costume
Every element of this impressive Medusa costume, from the shoes to the headdress was handmade by Hannah. The headpiece is nearly 20lbs and supporting it all, at its base, is a halved soccer ball used as a skull cap.
#2: Coolest Emmy Award Costume
Julie's husband has a few real Emmys "lying around", so, upon looking at the statuettes, she was inspired to create her real version of Emmy. For the gold body paint, Julie used a special powdered mix with a liquid seal and the globe is made from five kids size hula hoops.
#3: Coolest Homemade Lady of Starburst Costume
It all started with a Starburst wrappers chain that Jamie had been making for years. She decided to incorporate it into a costume and to do so, used Starburst wrappers to make a flappers-style dress. Final touches for this, one of the most creative Halloween costumes, included Starburst earrings, a ring and a hair piece.
#4: Coolest Blooming Rose Halloween Costume
Lydia from Shepherdsville, KY created this very unique Blooming Rose Halloween costume.
#5: Coolest Piranha Plant from Mario Bros Costume
This is one of the most creative Halloween costumes and according to Sally, it's easy to make and you really only need some poster board and a few pieces of fabric. It's also really cheap.
#6: Coolest Photo Booth Picture Strip Costume
Serra made this unique costume for the NY Halloween Day Parade. It may be one of the most creative Halloween costumes, however it can be slightly difficult to walk an entire parade in. However, Serra made it through and had great fun posing for pictures and making different silly-faces every time.
#7: Homemade Lichtenstein Pop Art Lady Halloween Costume
Sharon created this awesome Lichtenstein Pop Art Lady costume all by herself! She is so creative, the costume is wonderful.
#8: Coolest Comic Girl Costume
At the base of this dress, Jennifer made a duct tape corset and then secured comic pages with packing tape. The final adhesive she used was spray adhesive to secure the pages and corset to a simple skirt she made of fabric. As you can see, the result turned out to be one of the most creative Halloween costumes.
#9: Coolest Homemade Fantasy Warrior Chic Costume
Denissa dreamt-up this Fantasy Warrior costume and went on skillfully turn the fruits of her imagination into this special Hollywood-style homemade costume. In her writeup she explains in details how the costume was constructed, including what she considers the most difficult part: The helmet and horns (made of foam pipe insulation!).
#10: Artistic Homemade Madame Butterfly Costume
Although at first sight this Butterfly costume may look like it came out of a fashion magazine, it was only inspired by one, and made by Katherine who isn't a designer at all and admits that "I am not a seamstress, but I don know how to operate a sewing machine and I'm fairly artistic". It took her quite a few hours, but was done on a very limited budget.
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