So many Halloween costumes for women tend to skew towards skin-tight, spandex, and sexy. Many people take this opportunity to go for bold outfit choices that they might not get the chance to test out otherwise. But if you're a mom who's going to be spending her Halloween night taking your trick-or-treaters all over town, you might be looking for the kind of costume that isn't going to cut off circulation to 12 different parts of your body. These comfortable Halloween costumes for moms will still make you look and feel great.
When it comes to a comfortable costume, you're probably going to be focusing on two things: material and fit. Plush, furry outfits will make you feel cuddly and cozy, and looser fitting styles will give you the freedom to feel like you can actually move around without worrying that you're about to bust a seam. It might take a bit of digging to find a costume that isn't so form-fitting it looks painted on, but comfy options are definitely out there — one tip is to look in the unisex section to expand your options.
These 15 costumes are festive, fun, and so cozy you might just end up re-wearing some of them.
The stiletto-wearing, leather-clad version of Sandy from 'Grease' is definitely out if you're looking for comfort on Halloween night. But her pre-transformation ensemble of soft cardigan and flouncy skirt would totally work.
So many moms I know live in leggings, and for good reason — they're super comfy and easy to throw on. This Pikachu costume is made up of a pair of leggings and Pikachu's ears, making it a great no fuss option.
Most 'Wonder Woman' costumes feature a skin-tight bodice and super short skirt. But you can nail down the superhero look just as easily in this simple T-shirt with cape-like detail — no squeezing into spandex required.
Slip a Hogwarts robe over any outfit you want, and bam, you've got an awesome 'Harry Potter' Halloween costume. With another 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' movie hitting theaters next month, you might be seeing lots of other witches and wizards on the prowl.
Doctors and nurses pretty much live in their scrubs, and if they can make it through a long shift at a hospital in them, you know they're comfortable. Grab this set for Halloween, and save them for lounging around the house.