Then, wear a yellow top which will be the light bulb. Finally, finish it off with a head-sized radius lampshade to adorn your head. You’re bound to be the hottest lamp at the party.
Thing: Recycling Bin
I always like to add a little eco-consciousness to my life so I figure why not think green for Halloween? This costume might not be as cute as the others because it definitely hides one's figure, but you will be able to eat lots of candy and still fit into your outfit.
The first step is to get a cardboard box that, at the least, will fit around your hips. Paint the box a vibrant green and then trace the white recycling emblem on the front side of your “recycling bin.”
For underneath the box, wear black pants if you want to camouflage your legs, but if you want your legs to be an extension of the recycling bin then get some green pants or leggings. For the top, get a plain white tee and staple on pieces of newspaper (not while wearing it!) so it looks like the bin is overflowing with recyclables.
Place: The Beach
This costume is more of a stretch. Think of this one in pieces, like the lamp. Start with the sand which will be your legs. Wear tan leggings or pants. Sparkly gold tights would be ideal for this outfit, giving it that extra sheen.
For a woman try to find a blue top with ruffles, and for a guy just get a blue shirt. Add some marine life to your ocean by putting sharks on the shirt, either drawing them on or hot-gluing plastic sharks.
To top the ensemble off, find a headband and cut out moderate sized triangles of yellow foam, probably around 6. Then hot-glue the triangles on the top of the headband, like sun rays. It’s a bright, sunny touch to a good day at the beach.
Whether you choose a person, place, or thing, you can be anything you want to be at your next costume party.