If there's one thing that I love about Halloween, it's the fact that you can literally be whatever you want without being judged. But that doesn't mean everyone is comfortable stepping outside of their normal space when it comes to what they wear. Though I am not of a plus size figure, friends of mine who are have expressed to me that the reason they don't dress up for Halloween is because of how uncomfortable they feel. However, knowing what plus size Halloween costumes are out there for you to make or buy is a way to alleviate that feeling.
I truly think that everyone is entitled to wear what they want and feel as good in it as the next person. Whether you choose to go as something simple like a cowgirl decide to go decked out in mermaid attire, as long as you're comfortable and feel good in it, that's all that matters. If purchasing a costume is not something you want to do, try going the DIY route to give yourself a way to be more creative when it comes to your 'fit this Halloween.
Need some inspiration for what to be? These 13 costume ideas will help you out.
Take it back to your childhood by purchasing this Raggedy Ann costume ($35) for your Halloween festivities.
2Little Red Riding Hood
Get a head start to grandmother's house this Halloween in your Little Red Riding Hood costume ($37).
If sexy is what you're going for with this year's costume, you'll definitely be able to nail it in this Jessica Rabbit ($95) ensemble.
Jinkies! Who wouldn't want to show off their smarts as Velma this Halloween? All you'll need is an orange turtleneck ($12), a red pleated skirt ($13), some orange knee socks ($10), red shoes ($16), black glasses ($5), and a brown wig ($13).
5Bride Of Chucky
6Cruella De Vil
Have a little evil in you that you want to show off? This Cruella De Vil costume ($90) will help you accomplish that devilish task.
7Rosie The Riveter
8Dora The Explorer
If you're looking to bring the kid side of yourself out this year, dressing as Dora the Explorer may be your first choice. All you'll need are a pair of orange shorts ($16), pink shirt ($12), purple backpack ($9), yellow socks ($6) and white sneakers.
9Barb From 'Stranger Things'
Becoming a scarecrow for Halloween is a great DIY costume idea because not only is it easy, it's relatively cheap, too. To make the costume, all you need is a flannel shirt ($25), a pair of boots ($24), a pair of jeans ($20), and a beach hat ($12). Be sure to find a few straws of hay to stick in the sleeves of your shirt, your boots and from underneath your hat.
Are you a Star Wars fan? Then this Princess Leia costume ($48) will be what you need in your life this Halloween.
Become the belle of the ball in this Tinker Bell adult costume ($54) this Halloween.