“Who needs a Halloween costume when you are this stinking cute?”
This year, as part of our Kitsch ‘n Whimsy apron lines, we have added three amazing costume aprons for the Halloween season: a witch, a pumpkin, and a pirate! To take these costume aprons over the top, we thought it would be a fun idea to style the aprons and show you how to make them into an amazing Halloween costume! We LOVED how they turned out… and hope you do too. So without further ado, here is our 2016 Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide for each of our Costume Apron Themes!
Women’s Witch Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
To style this apron, we knew we wanted a purple colored witch’s hat to play off of the purple in our costume apron. We love all of our costume aprons with a fluffy tutu underneath them for added body and we found these super fun spider web leggings in the Juniors/Kids clothing section at Target this year! To finish this outfit, you just need a black blouse or long sleeved T-shirt, some black boots, and a fun witch-y accessory – such as a cat, broom, cauldron, etc.
Girl’s Witch Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
For the girl’s version of this costume apron, we found (or made) mini versions of the same accessories from the women’s witch costume. We paired this apron with a mini kids tutu, black leggings (which we made out of black, purple, and green knits), black boots purchased from Walmart, a white blouse (you could also do a black blouse if you have one), and an adorable mini Witch’s Hat made by our good friend Diane of Hair You Are. To finish this outfit off, we have a cute little Monster Pillow made from purple and black kitty Halloween fabric.
Women’s Pumpkin Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
For styling this Halloween Pumpkin costume apron, we wanted to keep things a little plainer. So we threw some brown leggings, brown boots, black (or brown) tutu, and a brown T-shirt underneath the apron. That way, the apron would truly pop against the neutral background. We also tossed in some mini fake pumpkins as an added photo prop so the costume would be understood. We love the simplicity of this apron and that it can be used for both Halloween AND Thanksgiving!
Girl’s Pumpkin Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
For our girl’s Pumpkin Halloween Costume Apron, we wanted to keep the costume simple (like the women’s) but to still add a few pops of color! So we found some orange and black stockings in the Target dollar aisle (these were actually women’s knee high socks that we just used like baby leggings) and put a yellow tutu underneath the apron. We also made the green and orange rosette headband to match the apron! (Flower Rosette Tutorial Coming Soon!)
Women’s Pirate Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
This Halloween costume apron was our favorite to style this year! For our women’s version, we started with pairing our Pirate Costume Apron with black leggings, a black tutu, and black boots. We added in a white puffy blouse that we made ourselves and of course a fabulous pirate hat! Since the apron itself is so intricate, the rest really speaks for itself. However, you could also pair the apron with a fun pirate-y accessory; such as an eye patch, a pirate pillow, a sword, and more!
Girl’s Pirate Halloween Costume Apron Style Guide
When styling our girl’s pirate Halloween costume apron, we decided to go with black and white striped leggings (which are actually the same women’s knee high socks from the Target dollar aisle but in black and white instead of orange and black). We then paired the apron with a child sized red tutu, black boots, and a white puffy blouse. Finally, we finished the outfit with a child sized pirate hat and pirate sword – which were both found in the Target party supplies aisle for $2 each! I think next year, we will take this one to another level completely by building a Pirate Ship Wagon to use as a photo prop/trick-or-treating transportation!
OK, so what do you think of our styled aprons!? We just love them all and can’t wait to see you and your little ones all dressed up in them for your Halloween Party/Trick-Or-Treating. To learn more about how to purchase, you can see our Women’s Costume Aprons here, and our Girl’s Costume Aprons here. If you dress up in one of our costume aprons for an event, don’t forget to snap a photo to post on social media with the hashtag #KNWcostumes so we can see them!
We hope you enjoyed this style guide! Come back and check in with us this Friday because we have another spooky-cute post coming your way… and this time we are featuring a super quick and easy last minute Halloween decoration to get up before the trick-or-treaters hit your door! We hope to see you Friday, and don’t forget to subscribe to our mailing list before you go!
Until next time,