A popular DIY Halloween costume post from 2013, Gianna’s Blog on easy, fashionable costumes tweens and teens can make in a snap is back. Read on!
The Young and the Resourceful: Our Tween Fashion Blogger’s Advice for DIY Halloween Costumes to Make from Items Around the House
Sorry I have not been writing back lately. School has been so busy! Well now I will tell you about school and Halloween!
Well for now I am on fall break! On Tuesday every one dressed up for school! At the school of the arts that I attend, everyone is so creative and there were so many creative costumes, such as Mrs. Luvett from Sweeney Todd and Tinker Hell (instead of Tinker Bell). Well, for Halloween I am going to be Selma Quickly from Nanny McPhee.
My costume is big and fluffy and I think it will be so cool on Halloween.
If You Still Don’t Have Your Costume, Here Are Three Fun and Quick Ideas
- The Fanta Girls. All you need is a yellow, orange, red or purple dress (shop your favorite consignment store or girls clothing boutique) and then your favorite red-, yellow-, orange- or purple- colored Fanta soda.
- Or you can get some black Duck Tape® and a yellow dress and a pair of yellow-black bee wings. Tape lines of black Duck Tape around the dress.
- You can also put some socks on a black shirt and pair of pants (grab your favorites from your preteen clothes) and be Electric Cling!
Well thanks for reading my ′tween fashion blog! Happy Halloween!
Gianna blogs for Pretty Brainy about a ’tween girl’s look at life, ’tween fashion and ’tween culture.
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