16 Pregnant Halloween Costumes You Can DIY
Celebrating the bump, hiding it, or just trying to be comfortable for a night out — any pregnant mama has been there. Even though you're likely going to need a nap half way through the party, with one of these looks, your costume won't quit. Just make sure you have comfy shoes and an understanding partner.
Miley's Wrecking Ball: Make an entrance like one, and then quietly leave when you're ready to call it quits. (via Brit + Co)
Pot o' Gold: With an inflatable middle, people will be less likely to notice (or try and rub your belly). (via Brit + Co)
Handmaids: Under his eye, and under a red cape — your secret is safe. (via Brit + Co)
Bowling Ball: Is the father-to-be interested in wearing a bowling pin costume? Excellent; it's time to paint the belly. (via Brit + Co)
Tennis Pro: Couples costumes make a statement. This one says you're both sporty and want to wear comfortable shoes out. (via Brit + Co)
Bowl of Ramen: Food-based costumes are good fun, and this one lets you imagine a meal with all kinds of things you can't have for another few months. (via Brit + Co)
Cotton Candy: Disappear completely under a giant pouf of spun sugary goodness. You can dress the kids in snacks too, and no one will be the wiser. (via Brit + Co)
Easter Basket: Now when you cradle your belly all evening — it will fit with the gag. Just don't drop any eggs! (via Brit + Co)
Gumball Machine: This is a great excuse for carrying around a bunch of chewing gum. What are else are you going to do? It's not like you can drink. (via Brit + Co)
Jellyfish: Your bump will rest easy under a hoop skirt all night, so you don't have to worry about being uncomfortable in a tight dress. (via Brit + Co)
West World: Any excuse to wear a giant flowing caftan during pregnancy is a welcome one. (via Brit + Co)
Trolls: You may not be feeling the beige body suit, but the excuse to wear a belly gem and a big wig should outweigh those concerns. (via Brit + Co)
What's Cooking Good Looking: Who doesn't love a good brunch pun? (via Brit + Co)
The Cheshire Cat: When someone asks you how you're feeling during the pregnancy, "We're all mad here" is the only acceptable answer. (via Brit + Co)
Ursula the Sea Witch: All the tentacles are very forgiving, and the sweetheart neckline will help emphasize your assets. (via Brit + Co)
Planet Earth: No pregnant woman wants to be compared to a planet, but when your boo comes along as the moon, it feels cohesive. (via Brit+ Co)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.