Over the years, I have been able to unleash my creative ideas in the form of a Hallowe'en costume and I am here to share some of my costumes throughout the years with all of you! Scroll down below and let me know which one you like best!
This costume was store bought and very comfortable thanks to the "grass" skirt.
After watching a dance routine on So you think you can dance?, I was inspired to dress up as a belly dancer! I decorated the bra with fabric, gold sparkly sequins and, "chains" that are normally used to decorate a Christmas tree. The other items were things that I had lying around the house.
I was so excited about this costume which took hours to complete due to the large jewels, that were partly sewn on by myself and partly my very kind, patient friend.
Leader of the pack, Rizzo.
Who doesn't love Grease? Rizzo is the sassy, bad girl and I had a ball dressing up as her. This was another comfortable costume which was made up of an old jazz leotard and tights. I can't forget the shiny pink jacket that I purchased from TJ Maxx in Manhattan.
Glamorous '70's Disco Cher
Cher is a cultural icon and has been an influence for me, ever since I saw Mermaids. She has worn many different outfits but for this costume, I took inspiration from her glamorous phase.
Boop-Oop-A-Doop! This costume was for my grandmother, who was nicknamed Betty Boop in her younger days.
As a kid, I could not go anywhere without my Miss Piggy doll. I had the most fun in this costume.
I literally put this costume together in about 15 minutes when I needed a last minute costume. It was fun to dress up as the mysterious detective.
The Little Mermaid
This year I decided to dress up as my all-time favourite Disney Princess, Ariel! This costume took a long time to put together but I really enjoyed the process.
What will you be dressing up as this year? Share your photos with me on Facebook or Twitter. Also, don't forget to check out Amanda's Fashion Spot on Pinterest and Instagram!