Last Minute Halloween Costumes You Can Get with Amazon Prime

There are two kinds of people: there’s the kind of person who has their Halloween costume picked out and planned by August, always buys cute and culturally relevant costumes for their pets/babies/house plants, and turn their home into a DIY Haunted House (complete with dark lighting and fake cobwebs, duh). Then, there’s the kind of person who wakes up on October 29th, looks at their calendar, and thinks Oh sh*t, Halloween is in two days!?

I understand the struggle, dear readers, because I’ve always been the latter. Call it the effects of my lack of planning skills or my strong feelings that Christmas season starts as soon as the weather drops below 60 degrees (it’s never too early to listen to All I Want for Christmas is You, and you can fight me on it), but I haven’t planned ahead for a Halloween costume since I was six and had my grandma make me into a princess. Don’t get me wrong, I love dressing up for Halloween as much as the next ghoul (see what I did there?), but it’s not as much in the forefront of my mind until I’m scheduling Halloween festivities into the “This Week” section of my planner.

So if you’re like me and find yourself costume-less a few days before the most important dress-up day of the year, don’t panic (like I usually do). Just order some of these amazing, cute, spooky, and oh-so-chic costumes off of Amazon Prime and get them in two days — just in time for Halloween. You’re welcome.


Village Belle

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Chic Cat

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Cutesy Ghost

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Pink Lady

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80’s Pop Princess Madonna

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Glamorous Masquerade

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  • Emily K.

    Hello everyone at Everygirl! I’m an avid reader (I follow via Feedly and read whenever you post), but I wanted to bring it to your attention that dressing as a Dia de los Muertos skeleton is cultural appropriation, and should be avoided. I’ve copied a great excerpt from Hello Giggles about the topic:

    “Please don’t paint your face like a sugar skull for Halloween, or at all.
    “La Catrina,” aka “the woman in the hat,” is a skeleton woman who wears a brightly colored dress. La Catrina and sugar skulls, or brightly painted skulls that can be made out of sugar and left as offerings, are common motifs on Day of the Dead. Many people who celebrate will paint there faces like sugar skulls to poke fun at death as live offerings and to remind us that we’re all the same in the end.

    Although Day of the Dead and Halloween fall incredibly close to each other, they’re not the same thing. And that means that painting your face like a sugar skull if you’re not Mexican or Latinx is inappropriate. Calaveras, or skulls, are an important motif because of what they represent to Mexican and Latin cultures; they’re not a costume.”

    Thanks! I just wanted to make sure that everyone has a safe, fun, and inoffensive Halloween 🙂

    • I was going to bring up the same point and remind them (gently of course, I’m still sober enough tonight to be civil) that it’s not cool to appropriate someone else’s religious traditions for your Halloween costume.

      Ya beat me to it though – and summed it up quite nicely. Hopefully they revise this post!

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    • Haley Anderson

      I second this! Thanks for writing this far more articulately than I could’ve!

    • Thank you so much for this comment Emily! We have removed that option 🙂

  • Oh my god Emily! I was thinking the same thing. Please don’t suggest the Dis de los Muertos.

  • Emily Godoy

    Hi! I really love these options. I especially like the Belle costume and the pirate one! You’ve inspired me with some costume ideas for next year