14 Creative Ways to Dress Like Food for Halloween
Another year, another Halloween, another bout of “What am I going to wear?”–induced costume stress. Here’s a brilliant solution: Dress up as your favorite food.
With a little effort and a whole lot of hot glue, these costumes — from a doughnut to sushi to a box of wine — can all be created at home. Ready, set, craft!
For this French pastry tower costume (above), you’ll need coffee filters, tissue paper, a hoop skirt and these instructions.
This sweet disguise might require you to wear a tub, but at least you get to be the flavor of your choice (dibs on Nutella cupcake!). Get the instructions here.
Blogger Erica Chung created her Nigiri sushi costume with a pillow, belt and even a wasabi-and-ginger hair piece, with the sole purpose of it being “suitable [for work], cheap and easy.” Get the instructions here.
A BAG OF JELLY BEANS
This candy-rific costume takes only minutes to put together, just be careful you don’t get popped. Get the instructions here.
This easy popcorn outfit costs less than $30 to make, and you get an excuse to eat popcorn all night. Count us in. Get the instructions here.
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Be the hottest condiment at your costume party by going as a Sriracha bottle. Red shirt, rep lipstick, green hat. Done. Get the instructions here.
BUNCH OF GRAPES
Balloons to the Halloween rescue once again, this time as a cute bunch of grapes. Get the instructions here.
This adorable macaron outfit is a bit more complex, but nothing too crazy — it’s essentially like wearing two homemade seat cushions. The sparkly beret is optional. Get the instructions here.
With some pillow stuffing and a can of spray paint, you can magically transform into a pile of spun sugar. Get the instructions here.
Blogger Kelly Lanza of Studio DIY’s pineapple outfit is “the perfect last minute costume that is easy to make, and brings a whole lot of impact,” she says. Any yellow clothes will work. Get the headpiece instructions here.
Got a Halloween partner-in-crime? One of you can dress up as the pineapple above, and the other can rock this strawberry look. You go, crazy fruit bowl! Get the instructions here.
A BOX OF WINE
The best part of this costume? You’re a fully functional wine dispenser. The second best part? It costs less than $20 and can be made in a day. Get the instructions here.
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