Looking for an easy Halloween costume? You are in the right place! Today we have five+ super easy, very comfortable, stunningly bejeweled costume ideas for you. The costumes are easy but the jewelry may be another matter…
Since all things from the late 90s and early aughts have returned to the limelight let me take you back in time to the Titanic. The star character of that life-changing 3-hour-long movie was Rose Dawson nee Dewitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet). Rose had a trunk full of beautiful gowns, all lovely, but not the costumes we are looking for. Near the end of the movie (spoilers!), old lady Rose goes on deck under the cover of darkness. She is wearing her comfy pajamas and robe when she accidentally drops her stunning necklace, The Heart of the Ocean, into the water.
To make your very own Rose Dawson costume all you need is a gray wig, some flannel pjs, and your very own Sapphire and Diamond necklace.
The second costume on our list is equally comfortable, and also a little vintage. In 1999 the third Harry Potter book, The Prisoner of Azkaban, was released. In the novel, Hermione Granger uses a Time-Turner to take extra classes, and save the day, as per her usual. She keeps the Time-Turner on a chain and wears it like a necklace.
The cool thing about this costume is that you can wear any hoodie or long sleeve shirt with trousers or jeans. All you need now is a Time-Turner.
One of our favorite go-to costumes is a pirate costume. The character Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has become so iconic that a red wrap, a tricorne hat, a thick layer of eyeliner, and a bunch of beaded necklaces complete the look. I think you could pair that with any clothes from joggers to a tux, and it would be understood, that you were the Pirate Captian of your ship.
If you are interested in some real-life pirate jewelry check out the Etsy store!
If you are looking for something a little more sophisticated, put on your favorite black dress and a smooth updo because we are going to Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly.
The accessories make the costume: you’ll need the aforementioned black dress, five strands of pearls held in place with a starburst brooch, a pair of black opera gloves, and some killer sunglasses.
Lastly, an easy way to wow the trick-or-treaters with minimal effort is to wrap yourself in a sheet and crown yourself Pharoh for the night. Tut, Nefertiti, and Cleopatra all wore amazing headdresses and sparkling gold and turquoise jewels.
Or if you really want to make an impact go as Hatshepsut and wear your beard with pride!
Whatever you decide to wear stay safe and have fun this Halloween night!