Go out of the box by creating the perfect DIY plus size Halloween costumes! Don’t limit yourself with certain fashion rules. You know what they say, if you got it, flaunt it! So highlight your sexy curves with the form-flattering and attention-grabbing costumes I’ve listed below. I’m sure these will inspire you to bare some skin and just have some fun this Halloween!
10 DIY Plus Size Halloween Costumes You Can Sew
I’m currently on the lookout for DIY plus size Halloween costumes to wear at the end of the month. I have seen a lot of interesting costume inspirations I would like to wear but my mind is not made up yet. I’d like my husband and I to wear a couple-themed costume or maybe, if my kids are still into it, a group costume. Wouldn’t that be so much fun?
Meanwhile, here some of my favorite picks. Some are really sexy while others just covers up everything! I am so excited to show my husband this list so I can get his opinion on which one to sew!
Unicorns are rare and mystical creature! If you want a simple yet magical costume this Halloween, maybe you’d want to create this unicorn hoodie! You can replace the felt with tulle to make it more whimsical.
There are many versions of Ursula’s costume. You can make it very sexy if you want to. Here’s a basic instruction on how to create the costume, just click here. Here’s a more detailed tutorial on how to make the tentacle.
Break that mindset that only skinny women can wear the Greek goddess costumes. Curvy women can wear this outfit too. All you need is a white dress, a leaf crown and some gold blings. Click here to learn more about it.
Like the Greek goddess outfit, full-figured women can definitely don this Pocahontas costume. So, wear this getup with pride, see the colors of the wind and find your John Smith. Don’t you think it’s cute?
For this costume, you will need a red wig and green body paint. To create the costume including the props, check out Glitzy Geek Girl‘s tutorial.
This is my favorite character. If you need more ideas on how to create the other details like the makeup, tiara, shoes, and others, you better pay a visit to Hative‘s site for guidance.
From the silver screen to Broadway, Hairspray is a cult favorite. Have you ever thought about dressing up as Tracy Turnblad? To create the knife pleated plaid skirt, we will need to check out Carbon Chic’s tutorial. For the hair, here is a tutorial from Vintagious that you can follow.
Another idea that you can work on is being a female pirate. You will be needing a wench blouse for this just like the one shown in the tutorial above. For more pirate costume ideas, click here.
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Let’s create a Little Miss Piggy Pigs in Space costume. Jade Flower has a detailed tutorial on how to make Little Miss Piggy’s ears, space dress and Pig’s in Space decal. You can also head over to jennbmakeupmagic‘s makeup tutorial for Little Miss Piggy’s makeup.
Dreaming of becoming a water baby? This beautiful mermaid costume idea from Hips and Curves is inspiring. So, here’s a step by step tutorial for a similar enchanting costume using a metallic fabric. You can also go here for help on the mermaid makeup look.
You have seen the entire list of options for DIY plus size Halloween costumes, from mystical unicorn to enchanting mermaid costume, which one is your favorite? Each has its own charm but my favorite would be the “mermaid.” I confess I love “The Little Mermaid” so much. ;=)
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