DIY Snow White Costume – using thrifted and/or clothes in your closet

I’m having a little too much fun with Halloween this year! In case you missed it, I shared my DIY Minnie Mouse costume last week, and today I have my DIY Snow White Costume! I’m taking my daughter to a few different Halloween parties this year and I didn’t want to wear the same costume over and over again. (Layla is currently up to three costumes right now. Can you tell I LOVE costumes?!) I also didn’t want to go with a premade costume, as I wanted to pull something together with stuff in my closet. As I was perusing my closet, this yellow midi skirt jumped out at me and I looked at it and instantly thought “Snow White.”.

DIY Snow White Costume
 

I did need a few other items to make this costume, so I went to Value Village to peruse and came across this perfect blue top and a red headband to complete the costume! I knew just what I needed for the final touch, so I went to the crafts store and picked up red ribbon to add a big bow to my headband as well as a red belt. I know Snow White doesn’t wear a red belt, but I liked the added touch.

DIY Snow White Costume

All I needed to complete the outfit was a button-down blouse, the skirt, and my shoes! The entire costume cost less than $20 since I was able to use items that were already in my closet!

DIY Snow White Costume

DIY SNOW WHITE COSTUME

DIY SNOW WHITE COSTUME

SWEATER || BLOUSE || SKIRT || SHOES || HEADBAND

For more fun Halloween ideas check out my DIY Minnie Mouse and Mommy and Daughter Unicorn Tutu tutorial.

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  • Berty Morales
    October 21, 2015 at 5:17 pm

    You look absolutely beautiful Tiff, and I will rock this look at the office in a regular day.

    Berty Morales
    Mad For Fashion For Less
    https://madforfashionforless.wordpress.com/

  • katattack2000
    October 21, 2015 at 10:06 pm

    Cute costume and definitely do-able from an existing wardrobe!

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  • Kaolee Hoyle
    October 23, 2015 at 4:51 am

    This is a great idea! And all pieces that you can wear another day separately.