5 Last Minute DIY Halloween Costumes For College Girls
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5 Last Minute DIY Halloween Costumes For College Girls

Because we ALL procrastinate our costumes until October 31.

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5 Last Minute DIY Halloween Costumes For College Girls
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It's here! October has flown by and suddenly you have 3 Halloween parties you have to go to without even the slightest costume idea in mind. Here are some cute DIY costumes that you can throw together this Halloween!

Cowgirl

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What you need: denim shorts; boots; black tank top or flannel; cowboy hat

optional: red bandana

Boxer

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What you need: sports bra or tank top; robe; athletic shorts; tennis shoes

optional: gloves or tape

Cat

Photo from Bailey Rice

What you need: black shirt; black shorts/jeans; cat ears

optional: paint-on whiskers

Queen Bee

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https://studiodiy.com/2013/10/23/diy-queen-bee-costume/

What you need: black and yellow striped shirt; black shorts/jeans; a crown

optional: a stinger

Sandy from Grease

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https://www.dorothyperkins.com/blog/last-minute-halloween-costume-ideas/

What you need: tight black tube top or off the shoulder top; tight black pants or leggings; red heels; curled hair; hoop earrings

optional: red lipstick; black leather jacket

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