We had to sift through so many ideas for our last minute Preggo Halloween Costume Ideas List — and we finally made it! Whew! Here’s __ ways you can #DressYourBump for Halloween!
1. ’80s Andre Agassi + Tennis Ball
This is such a fun look to re-create with the husband especially if he’s a tennis superstar wannabe! Plus points for not having to shop for the costume. Just reuse an old black dress and cut a hole as big as your belly for the tennis ball. Use a neon yellow/green tube skirt and white felt for the ball and finish with a neon yellow wig!
2. Avocado Momma
Time to play arts and crafts, mommas! This is such a cute costume to miss. Trace the shape of the avocado in a large cardboard and cut a hole to fit your face and belly. Add straps on the side to secure and wear a brown top to match it with!
Source: Good Housekeeping
3. Demon Spawn Costume
For the wicked sense of humor. After all, halloween is about everything wicked and spooky; plus it’s so easy to do! Just stick this “demon baby” prop from Etsy under your tight shirt and you’re good to go! If you can’t get one (or if they’re out of stock), you can use baby dolls and tape the pieces to your shirt and your belly with a fashion tape. LOL, sorry baby doll!
A throwback to Jessica Simpson’s 2011 Halloween costume *slash* Baby Bump Reveal. It wasn’t really a big surprise at the time (we all suspected it, right?) but it definitely was an instant hit. To achieve this look, use gauze instead of TP (this isn’t a bridal shower). Wear white leggings underneath so it’s easier (Uhm hello, you can use White Out Moto Maternity Leggings from Preggo Leggings.)
5. That’s All Yolk!
As simple as eggs over easy, just wear a yellow shirt/dress underneath and wear a puffy white top/dress over it (if you can hand sew, get yourself a white cloth for extra puff) with a belly hole for the yolk and voila!
Source: Carrie Usmar Instagram
Time to drag the hubby again for halloween parties! This one’s pretty easy and still a classic. If Chuck Noland (Tom Hanks) can create Wilson’s face without any arts and crafts tool with him, you can do it, too. Just let your hubby grow his beard until the 31st and you’re good to go!
Source: Amy Lou Instagram
7. Juno and Bleeker
A cult fave and soon to be your friends’ fave, too. Your real life Bleeker can just go and find his old track uniform (LOL). For your Juno look, just go through your closet and you’ll surely find the pieces for your Juno costume - striped tee, hoodie, and jeans. If you’re not into wearing jeans at this stage of your pregnancy, don’t worry! You can shop the best maternity leggings that “looks like jeans, but leggings” feel. - Billie Jean Moto Maternity Leggings for that.
8. Where’s Waldo?
Here’s another easy, last minute costume! Just sport a red and white stripes tee and a red/white bonnet! If you don’t have the bonnet, you can just use your artsy skills to make one. Momma Jamie Dorobek even shared a tutorial. Just click the source link to find out how.
Source: C.R.A.F.T. Jamie Dorobek
9. Beer Belly Man
If you have the preggo belly, flaunt it! And what better way to make it fun than to dress up as a Beer belly man. Just wear a fitted top that’s two sizes smaller and add little touches like moustache, chest hair, happy trail hair (LOL), and an *empty* can of beer!
Source: Life with my Littles
10.Bun in the Oven
If you’re feeling extra crafty and you have the time to do this, take your bun in the oven metaphor to literal heights with this cute DIY costume. If you don’t have time to use silver paint on it, just use white cardboard.
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Wearing your bra, take a snug measurement around your ribcage, directly under your bust and keep level all around. If you get an odd number, round up to the next even number. This is your band size.
Take a loose measurement over the fullest part of your bust, keeping the tape level around your body. If needed, round up to the nearest inch.
Subtract your band size from your bust size, and use the difference to find your cup size on the chart below.