Grab Your BAEs and Explore the World Together in These Jasmine, Aladdin and Abu Costumes
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Grab Your BAEs and Explore the World Together in These Jasmine, Aladdin and Abu Costumes

This year at Brit HQ we really embraced our love for Disney princesses. We showed you how to channel classic Disney princesses like Belle and Snow White, and even how to dress as new favorites like Elsa and Anna. For this Halloween costume tutorial, we brought all of our favorite things together — princesses, dogs and boyfriends. (Insert laughing face emoji here.) Follow along to learn how to create peasant Jasmine and Aladdin costumes, with your little pup as Abu! Want to dress as princess Jasmine and not peasant Jasmine? We’ve got you covered. Check out this Disney princess tutorial to find out how!

Halloween is quickly approaching, so there isn’t much time to search for pieces for your costumes. This couple’s costume is completely made from Amazon purchases and a trip to your local fabric store. #lastminutecostumeFTW

For Aladdin’s costume, you need to purchase a purple vest, white parachute pants and a red felt hat all from Amazon Prime. Go the extra mile and purchase a long-haired black wig, and finish off the costume with a red belt made out of felt.

Peasant Jasmine’s outfit is extremely simple — wear a long brown tunic or, if you are really in a pinch, drape a piece of brown fabric over your body and cinch with a brown belt. Purchase a Jasmine wig and wrap a lighter tan fabric around the head. Finish it off with a bold red lip, dark eyebrows and winged black eyeliner.

Nala was the perfect little Abu! We made her a hat out of red and purple felt.

“I can show you the world!” Or the Google map directions to the Halloween party ;)

Show us your Halloween costume by tagging us on Instagram + using the hashtag #iamcreative!

DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden

Makeup: Misty Spinney

Models: Eliseo Escobar and Kelly Bryden

Photography: Brittany Griffin and Kurt Andre

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