Outfit and photo by Hemline Towne Center.

Get creative with Halloween costume ideas from local boutiques

Halloween is creeping up, and per usual, we’ve waited until the last minute to choose a costume. To help all you other last-minute costumers out there, we’re highlighting a few clothing pieces from around town that make easy, DIY costumes. Skip the long lines at Spirit and shop small by purchasing something that can be worn beyond Halloween night.

Read on to see our picks from the shops in Baton Rouge.

The options are endless with this sparkly set from Hemline Towne Center. From a go-go dancer to an alien or even a disco ball, this outfit is great to have on hand for any last-minute Halloween plans.


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We’re here for this green monochrome moment from Love. Grab your best friend for a DIY Cosmo and Wanda from The Fairly Odd Parents duo costume.


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Remember when we said to grab your best friend for a Cosmo and Wanda costume? This pink dress at Rodéo Boutique makes for a cute and easy Wanda outfit, and it’ll also work for the fan-favorite Barbie look.


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Just add some black sunglasses, and you have a Men in Black look. This set from August can be used for numerous creative costumes, and it will work for holiday parties later in the season.


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This little black dress from Aria reminds us of all of our favorite chic ladies. Pair this with polka dots and a red lip to be Cruella de Vil, or opt for pearls and a high bun for an Audrey Hepburn look.

Looking for a more casual option this year? Wanderlust by Abby has plenty of Queen of Sparkles sweatshirts with different spooky and shiny designs.