Each year my kids want me to dress up with them. But it seems that I have spent so much time preparing for the Halloween party we host at our house, and making sure they all have all the parts that they need for their costumes, that I don’t have much energy left to run out and get a costume for me. I remember one year though, when I raided my husbands closet and threw together a scarecrow costume in just a few minute – and the kids just loved it!
We were inspired by our own experiences to put together a series of costume ideas that were super simple for busy moms as a result. We also know there are many Disney fans out there, so we thought it would be great to do a play on many of the Disney princesses, but for women!
We thought it would be fun to run a series of DIY costume ideas that women can put together either with:
- clothes from your own closet
- or, if you need to buy pieces for the costume they are things you can wear again in your “regular” life
This way you are not throwing money away on a costume you will wear one time only.
Here is how to make a DIY Disney Sleeping Beauty Costume for Women, using your own clothes, or items you can buy and wear again in regular life:
We have listed out each item needed for the costume below. You can use these as inspiration to find similar items in your own closet, or if you do not have something like it, we have linked each piece to someplace you will be able to find it online for a reasonable price.
This is one of my favorites, as you can get the Maxi dress for under $9, and chances are you might be able to pull the rest together from your closet. The maxi dress would be a nice addition to your closet for the summer too!
- Light Blue Dress (original item unavailable)
- Pointed Toe Ballet Flats (original item unavailable)
- Navy Ribbon Sash (or pick up some ribbon from your fabric store)
- Navy Headband
- Gund Stuffed Teddy Bear (or grab one of your kids!)
Be sure to check out our other DIY costume ideas that women can put together with items in their closet or we have budget friendly options of where to buy the items (and then add them to your regular closet as well as use them on Halloween!).
Here are some of the ones we’ve shared::
- DIY Audrey Hepburn Costume
- DIY Flapper Costume
- DIY Black Cat Costume
- DIY Gypsy Costume
- DIY Minnie Mouse Costume
- DIY Scarecrow Costume
- DIY Greaser Costume
- DIY Disney’s Wendy Costume
- DIY Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Costume
We also have lots of great Halloween deals as well, with kids costume ideas, candy deals & candy alternatives and more!