Halloween is nearing and that means it’s time for costumes and celebrations! If you’re expecting during this frightfully fun holiday, there are plenty of ways to dress up your bump. Heck, you can even use you bump as an accessory to your overall look.
Thanks to the interweb, we’ve done the legwork and compiled a list of DIY maternity costumes for all you Halloween-loving mother-to-be.
1. Basketball player
If you ever wanted to be a basketball player, we highly recommend this DIY maternity Halloween by LikeWowLala. On a side note, the YouTuber recommends expecting mothers to use safe body/face paint instead of acrylic while painting their bellies.
2. Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball
This Miley Cyrus-inspired costumes is never out of style and best of all, it’s so easy to make! Sing it with us now… “I came in like a wrecking ball/ I never hit so hard in love/ All I wanted was to break your walls/ All you ever did was wreck me!”
3. Zombie baby
Maternity Halloween costumes doesn’t have to always be safe and pleasant; it can be gruesome and gory too! However, you might need to cut some of your precious dolls to make this zombie baby costume.
4. Beyoncé’s Lemonade
We absolutely love this look created by DIY style and beauty vlogger Charmaine Daudu aka Miss Charmsie! Let’s be real, is there anyone who doesn’t want to be Beyoncé aka Queen Bey? Glamorous, classy, and sexy, this look is bound to turn heads when you go trick-or-treating.
5. Pregnant Barbie
Who says you can’t dress up as Barbie for Halloween if you’re pregnant? This video by YouTuber GlitterForever17 will show all the style and makeup tricks that can help you achieve your pink doll look this Halloween.
6. Winnie The Pooh
“Christopher Robin, where are you?”
Transform yourself into the world’s most famous bear this Halloween! LikeWowLala’s simple Winnie the Pooh ensemble is an simple yet adorable take on the honey-loving bear.
7. 90s Treasure Troll
Here’s another reason why Charmaine Daudu is our Halloween icon. From the big bright wig to the shimmering heart accessory, this 90s Treasure Troll costume is definitely going onto our bucket list.
8. Pregnant Skeleton
Have no time? Want an easy and cute costume? Then GotMyBenz’s DIY clip is here to save the day! All you need is a long sleeve black tee, an exacto knife, some white fabric paint, and paint sponges.
For more Halloween ideas, check out our top Halloween family costume picks here.