News, Culture & Society

Are these the laziest Halloween costumes EVER?

As Halloween fast approaches, many Australians are planning an array of creative, clever and frightening costumes.

But for those who wish to keep it simple, Showpo founder, Jane Lu, and Showpo PR and Content Manager, Kelly McCarren, recently shared some of their craziest and ‘laziest’ last minute costume ideas. 

‘If you’ve got a last minute Halloween party or you are just crazy lazy, we have heaps of easy DIY Halloween costumes for you,’ they said in their video.  

Spice up your life: As Halloween fast approaches, many Australians are planning an array of creative, clever and frightening costumes 

Feeling nutty: But for those who wish to keep it simple, Showpo founder Jane Lu (left) and Showpo PR and Content Manager, Kelly McCarren (right), recently shared some of their craziest and 'laziest' last minute costume ideas

Feeling nutty: But for those who wish to keep it simple, Showpo founder Jane Lu (left) and Showpo PR and Content Manager, Kelly McCarren (right), recently shared some of their craziest and ‘laziest’ last minute costume ideas

Hunting for a Firefox? 'If you've got a last minute Halloween party or you are just crazy lazy, we have heaps of easy DIY Halloween costumes for you,' they said in their video 

Hunting for a Firefox? ‘If you’ve got a last minute Halloween party or you are just crazy lazy, we have heaps of easy DIY Halloween costumes for you,’ they said in their video 

Ready to wine and dine: The amusing pair transformed into grapes using purple balloons and stick on paper leaves

Ready to wine and dine: The amusing pair transformed into grapes using purple balloons and stick on paper leaves

Stepping far outside the traditional Halloween box, the creative duo came up with a range of entertaining ideas – from using balloons to transform into a bunch of grapes to donning bras stuffed with spices to represent a ‘spice rack’.

The pair also embraced the digital world with their costume creations by wearing explorer get-ups and wearing stick-on ‘E’ symbols to represent ‘Internet Explorer’ and wearing a ‘Myspace’ logo and wings for a ‘dying social butterfly’ costume.

Other notable looks included the very contrasting festival numbers, ‘everyone at Coachella’ and ‘everyone at Burning Man’, and an amusing ‘Snapchat filter’ inspired costume.

404 Not Found: Jane held up a picture of Myspace's Tom and wore wings to represent a 'dying social butterfly'

404 Not Found: Jane held up a picture of Myspace’s Tom and wore wings to represent a ‘dying social butterfly’

Insta-ready: The duo managed to sum up the crowd at Coachella using flower crowns, tassels, sparkles and, of course, sequinned bras 

Insta-ready: The duo managed to sum up the crowd at Coachella using flower crowns, tassels, sparkles and, of course, sequinned bras 

Hot in here: The Burning Man look perfectly summed up the racy, alternative crowd at the Nevada festival

Hot in here: The Burning Man look perfectly summed up the racy, alternative crowd at the Nevada festival

A ruff day? They donned makeshift ears and tongues to transform into Snapchat's famed puppy filter 

A ruff day? They donned makeshift ears and tongues to transform into Snapchat’s famed puppy filter 

Domestic goddess: Using irons and stick-on chef hats, the women created a very simple Iron Chef inspired look 

Domestic goddess: Using irons and stick-on chef hats, the women created a very simple Iron Chef inspired look 

Taking things to an even simpler level, the women then slipped into matching jumpsuits so as to represent a ‘shadow’ before tying orange pillows to themselves in a bid to transform into pieces of sushi. 

They also used food to accessorise a number of their costumes – from strapping bags of crisps to their shoulders to represent ‘a chip on your shoulder’ to holding loaves of bread as ‘breadwinners’. 

Other entertaining costumes included ‘Peanut M&Ms’, created using pictures of Eminem stuck to a garbage bag and ’50 Shades of Grey’ which they created by dressing in several grey garments.  

Hell's kitchen? By using just devil horns and a picture of an egg, the duo were ready to hit the town in their devilled egg costumes 

Hell’s kitchen? By using just devil horns and a picture of an egg, the duo were ready to hit the town in their devilled egg costumes 

Throwing some shade: Just two matching jumpsuits were needed to create this very simple shadow look

Throwing some shade: Just two matching jumpsuits were needed to create this very simple shadow look

Soymates: Perfect for sushi-lovers, this DIY costume was made using pillows and chopsticks

Soymates: Perfect for sushi-lovers, this DIY costume was made using pillows and chopsticks

Making some dough: Jane and Kelly printed out medals and posed with loaves of bread to transform into breadwinners

Making some dough: Jane and Kelly printed out medals and posed with loaves of bread to transform into breadwinners

Feeling chipper! Perhaps the most simple of all, Jane and Kelly strapped chips to their shoulders and voila - a costume 

Feeling chipper! Perhaps the most simple of all, Jane and Kelly strapped chips to their shoulders and voila – a costume 

A grey area: The pair proved you don't need to strip off to rock a Fifty Shades inspired costume

A grey area: The pair proved you don’t need to strip off to rock a Fifty Shades inspired costume

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.