** This post on Halloween socks is sponsored by Chrissy’s Socks.
Halloween is quickly approaching! Have you picked a costume? You can easily put together your costume paired with Halloween socks from Chrissy’s Socks. The site has knee-high socks in a variety of designs for holidays like Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day, and most orders from Chrissy’s Socks ship within 24 hours. I’m leaning toward a witch costume, which I think will be easy, fun and affordable. I recently shared fun socks to enhance your Halloween costume and now I’m offering up five more ideas for a costume that could be made yourself and paired with Halloween knee-high socks.
Camo girl: Chances are you have camo clothing pieces in your closet, or a friend might have some you can borrow for the night. If not, check a local thrift store. Pair them with camo socks from Chrissy’s Socks for a cute look.
Golfer: Argyle socks in various colors can be paired with clothing pieces you already have like shorts, a visor and a polo tee. You could find a club at a thrift store or borrow one from a friend.
Game Board: Use cardboard or poster board to create a spooky game board using marker or paint. (Look at a photo of the game for inspiration.) Then attach it via a string or ribbon around your neck and pair it with these spooky socks. Behind it you can wear a dress. You can also draw your design on a plain tan/beige T-shirt with black market or fabric paint.
Skeleton: Pair these X-ray skeleton socks with your best atttempt at skull makeup: Black eyes, skull lips and black nose are not hard to do. Watch tutorials online! You can also cut bones out of white felt and attach them to black clothing, such as a dress. Find inspiration on Pinterest! It can be as simple as just the ribcage.
Bee: Yellow and black striped knee-high socks pair well with a black dress or tutu with a yellow and black striped tee, black or yellow bee wings and antenna headband, which you could DIY or buy. To DIY the headband you need a black plain headband, black puff balls, chenille stems from a craft store and some glue. (Tutorials can be found on Pinterest.)
Do you have any easy last-minute costume ideas you have done in the past?