9 Halloween Costumes You Can Put Together Based on Country Music Songs with Things You Already Own

9 Halloween Costumes You Can Put Together Based on Country Music Songs with Things You Already Own

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Halloween is a weird holiday for a single adult or an adult without kids. Really, Halloween should be slightly odd for anyone not young to trick-or-treat or anyone not invited to a super cool costume party. But, of course, just in case, you should always have a costume in mind. It’s helpful if the costume can be put together with things already in your home. So, why not combine things you already own with one of your favorite country music songs?

9 Halloween Costumes You Can Put Together Based on Country Music Songs with Things You Already Own:


1. “Record Year”
This one is easy– just find an old record and a calendar attach the record to your chest and the calendar to your back.

2. “Blue Ain’t Your Color”
This one could actually be a couples’ costume– one person could dress in head-to-blue and the other could just walk around with smug, “blue doesn’t look good on you” face all night.

The other option would be to dress in any color, but blue.

3. “Mississippi Girl”
Carry around a map with Star, Mississippi on it and tell people all night, “well, it’s a long from Star, Mississippi.” Wear an old ball cap. Done.

4. “Peter Pan”
Dress in all green, almost like an elf, but different.

5. “Better Man”

This one is tough, but basically you just go as a better version of your current self?

6. “Dirty Laundry”

Just wear wrinkly, somewhat dirty clothes. Carry around a laundry basket for the full effect.

7. “Barefoot Blue Jean Night”

Too easy! Wear jeans, a white t-shirt and no shoes. Make sure it’s dark out.

8. “Hillbilly Bone”

Wear overalls and a white tank top. Carry around a bone.

9. “Drunk On Your Love”

Carry around an empty liquor bottle all night and add a new label that says, “love.” Act drunk.

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