The Lazy Girl's Guide to Halloween
Unless you’re someone who plans your Halloween costume in the summer, you’re probably sitting there scratching your head like, ‘Do I still own those cat ears?’ But just because you have less than a week to prepare, doesn’t mean your creativity has to fly out the door!
If you’re the type of girl who doesn’t have the energy to come up with a killer head-to-toe costume, you’ve come to the right place! To save you some time brainstorming and browsing the leftovers at Party City, we’ve rounded up our favorite lazy girl costumes you can whip up from the comfort of your own closet.
Morton’s Salt Girl
The chicest of advertisement model’s hands down goes to the Morton Salt Girl. If you own a yellow dress, romper, or even a simple yellow coat, you most definitely have the proper essentials to channel the Morton Salt Girl. Pair it with a white umbrella, tights and flats, and voila-- you’re the poster child for sodium! Bonus points if it starts to rain.
We love to mingle with the wordplay costumes for one reason: they aren’t timely! All this look requires is a sports jersey and a donut float around your waist, and maybe a referee whistle if you’re an overachiever.
A normal round float works just fine for this costume if you weren’t on that viral pool float trend this summer. But don’t fret, Urban Outfitters and Amazon have some in stock if you want to go ahead and grab it anyway.
Grab a nude bodysuit, blue swim bottoms, a stuffed puppy and you’ll be rocking the ‘dorbs water baby look!
Let’s be honest, we’ll take any chance we can get to rock deep dark lipsticks. Take out a black top with a white Peter Pan collar, braid your pigtails, and you’re already a part of the Addams family!
This look requires only two things: a fun party dress and the cat ears you’ve been saving all year. It’s the purr-fect costume for the chic, lazy girl.
Got any lazy girl Halloween ideas for us? Tell us in the comments below!