14 Halloween Costumes You Can Only Find at Target
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Photo-worthy Halloween costumes
You can still dress up in your favorite costume even though Halloween might look a bit different this year. If you decide to buy your costume, there are plenty of places to go to. Did you know Target’s exclusive line of photo-worthy Halloween costumes from Hide & Eek comes in family sets too? From robots to donuts, these costumes are sure to appeal to everyone.
The cutest family costumes around
We love these cool pirate costumes (complete with swords and accessories)! They also have some of the best dog and cat costumes to match the rest of your trick-or-treat loving gang. Here are some of our favorite Halloween costumes for families.
Baby shark do-do-do-do
What’s happy, yellow, and completely musical? Your kiddo wearing this ultra-adorable toddler shark costume, which is more than enough to get them singing this earworm of a song. Here are some downright precious mommy-baby Halloween costume ideas.
Cue more music for the supervising shark
Tell the adorable baby shark in your life they’re in for a lifetime of hysterical parent-child photo memories, because one of Target’s Halloween exclusives is this snazzy pink adult shark costume.
Back to the Ice Age
2020 got you hoping to go back in time—way back in time? Wear this downright hilarious woolly mammoth costume from Hyde and EEK! Boutique that’ll get everyone talking. It’s a Target exclusive, easy to wear for people of a variety of sizes, and gender-neutral. Hosting the party? Then you’ll want to know these 30 cheap DIY Halloween decorations.
Witches are so last year. (OK, they’re not, they’re still super popular.) But that’s all the more reason to take your villainess costume in a different direction! Wear this glamorous green-and-purple dress and snake headpiece inspired by the monstrous antagonist of Greek mythology. (Stone transformation powers not included.)
Target has several options for costumes that are wheelchair-adaptable, like this one, with a large opening in the back so that kids who might not be able to dress themselves can wear it. And it’s incredibly stylish and cool!
Can’t *beat* this costume
Got a little musician in your home? Make a statement with this cool inflatable drummer costume. It requires batteries to power the fan to keep it inflated, and has shoulder straps and a zipper at the back to make it easy to wear! Here are some clever Halloween costumes that are easy to put together last minute.
Make your guests do a double-take (or…sextuple-take?) with this many-armed costume that sends a not-so-subtle message about all of the work you do as a mom. Those extra arms are made of foam and are attached to the rest of the costume. You’ll get the shirt (complete with arms and what they’re holding), attached necklace, apron, mask, and cape; you’ll need to find your own bottoms and accessories to hold in your real, human hands. If you’re a Super Mom and don’t want to spend mounds of time on your kids’ costume, try these costumes for kids that are super easy to DIY.
Donut you love this costume?
Add this adorably sweet Target Halloween costume exclusive to your list if you’re a fan of bright, colorful treats. It easily fits tweens, teens, and adults of all ages, so you can count on getting at least a few wears out of it. Before you head out on Halloween, brush up on these trick-or-treating safety tips every parent needs to know.
Blast from the past
Make your friends laugh with this retro costume—dress as the long-extinct floppy disk, complete with plenty of files stored on it. It’s super simple—wear your regular clothes underneath it and call it a day. Or, rather, back in the day! Speaking of, check out the most popular Halloween costume the year you were born.
Witch way to savings?
Follow the yellow brick road to Target, because you can be the wicked (or benevolent) witch of just about anywhere with their selection of exclusive witch costumes. Load up on witch outfits of all shapes and sizes on a budget, and expect it to ship directly to your door quicker than you can conjure a magic spell. Find out the history behind dressing in costume and 14 other chilling Halloween traditions.
Already have most of your spooky gear?
Don’t worry, you can transform your all-black DIY witch costume dress from slightly scary to full-on cauldron-brewing with this light-up hat exclusive to Target. It’s less expensive than a movie ticket, a refill of lizard’s tongue, or a witch’s meetup membership card. Check out the coolest Halloween decorations you can also only get at Target.
Unicorns are still one of the biggest trends
Thought the unicorn trend would die down by now? It’s actually stronger than ever, and Target is meeting demand with oodles of unicorn-themed costumes for mythical creature-loving kids and adults of all sizes and styles. And this costume is great because you can wear it over your regular clothes and accessorize it as much as you want.
If finding a good costume for your little one has you bugging out this year, this cozy, rainbow caterpillar getup is a great choice. If you want to have some year-by-year continuity, here’s a great butterfly costume too! (Or have a sibling wear this one.) Plus, check out these great Halloween costumes for kids everyone can DIY.
Make sure you add these to your cart
Since all the costumes on this list are so affordable, you’ll probably need to add a few more scary-good deals to your cart to qualify for free shipping. These Welly Kids Bravery bandages are also Target exclusives, scary monster-themed to scare all the Halloween boo-boos away, and double as impromptu colorful monster zombie facial accessories in case you’re in a costume pinch. Read on to find out why we celebrate Halloween in the first place.
For more fun facts, costume ideas, traditions, candy inspiration, spooky entertainment, and updates on how October 31 will look different this year, check out our Halloween Guide.