10 Quick & Easy Plus-Size Pregnant Halloween Outfits

Well, it’s that time of year again. No, not Christmas! That’s ages away yet. Trust me. AGES. But it is time for a round up of the best (easiest!) Plus-Size Pregnant Halloween Outfits! Time to start thinking fancy dress!

If you’ve got a bump to accessorise, it’s tricky to find a costume that will fit. And if you’ve got a little one on the way, you don’t want to spend a fortune. Here’s 10 quick(ish) DIY Halloween Costumes you could pull together quickly and cheaply and steal the show – and even some that don’t require you to accessorise your fetus as the undead!

Death Star

You may feel like Jabba the Hut at times, but why can’t you rule the galaxy and strike fear into people’s hearts?

Bump painted to look like the Death Star - 10 Quick & Easy Plus-Size Pregnant Halloween Outfits

Materials needed: Grey or Black T-shirt/Top, Grey paint  (3D paint would look awesome), Millennium Falcon or Tie Fighter model.

Difficulty level: Moderate – extra points if you can fashion some sort of headgear from which to dangle the spacecraft of your choosing.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Bump

Are you craving pizza? This could be the costume for you!

Bonus points if your name is:
DONNA-tella or Donnat-ELLA (purple mask),
MICHAELA-ngelo or Michael-ANGEL-o (orange mask),
LEONA-rdo (blue mask)
or you change it by deed poll to Rafael (red mask)!

Simple green t-shirt and stick on felt accessorises this bump into a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle - 10 Quick & Easy Plus-Size Pregnant Halloween Outfits

Materials needed: Green T-shirt/Top, Black marker pen (if you don’t mind permanently marking the top), or black + mask colour of your choosing sticky-back felt.

Difficulty level: Ridiculously Easy

Angry Bird

Feeling grumpy? Someone stolen your eggs?

DIY pregnant costume

(if you could convince your other half to dress as a green pig you’ve got the whole package!)

Materials needed: Red T-shirt, Black marker pen, sticky-back felt in black, white, and cream, yellow card.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Solar System

If people don’t yet think that the world revolves around you, they will after this!

Get your partner/child to dress as an astronomer to complete the look (they’ve gone for Galileo/Copernicus here, but you could equally go for modern geek instead.

Homemade pregnant costumes

Materials needed: Blue/Black T-shirt/Top, Fabric paint  ( 3D paint would look awesome here too), Assorted sized balls.

Difficulty: Tricky. Depends how accurate you want to go with painting/covering the planets (and let’s not get pedantic about their relative size!).

Snoopy

Everyone’s favourite beagle. C’mon. Who couldn’t make this?

If your fella is balding, he’d make a great Charlie Brown, all you need is a yellow shirt decorated with a zig-zag, and if you’ve got any kids, why not turn them into Woodstock?

Pregnant Halloween costume ideas www.youmeandthebump.com:

Materials needed: White T-shirt/Top, Black marker pen, sticky-back felt in black .

Difficulty level: Ridiculously Easy

Pool Ball / 8 Ball

This would work for any other pool ball, if you wanted to go for more colour, 8 is just easy to make and easily recognisable. A strip cut from the bottom of a coloured t-shirt would be an easy and creative way to make a striped ball.

Materials needed: Black Outfit, Circle of white paper, Black marker pen. Double-sided tape or glue.

Difficulty level: Ridiculously Easy

Wilson (the ball from Castaway)

Fed up with people wanting to touch your bump? Then maybe don’t wear this one, it is pretty much inviting physical contact…

But if you don’t mind, and especially if you have a chap who can pull off ‘bedraggled shipwreck survivor’ this is a nice easy one.

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Materials needed: White T-shirt/Top, Brown Paper, Headband, Red Fabric Paint or Marker Pen.

Zombie Fetus

If you’ve been complaining lately that the baby has taken over your body, then what better way to celebrate than with a zombie bump!

Halloween Costume 2015

Materials needed: T-shirt/Top, Fake Blood, and a creepy baby doll

Difficulty level: Easy

Skeleton Family

What’s more adorable than a family of skeletons? Even better if it’s how you’re announcing your pregnancy! And I love how the guy has his own version. You could get kids in on the act with whatever they like to eat on their tummies.

21 Genius And Strange Pregnancy Halloween Costumes.:

If you didn’t want to paint on a t-shirt, you could make the bones out of paper/plastic and pin them on (fold in half before you cut them out to get identical pairs/symmetrical bones). Creating a skeleton looks tricky, but is surprisingly easy.

Materials needed: T-shirt/Top, trousers or leggings, white paint/paper or plastic.

Difficulty level: Pretty Easy

X-Ray & Radiographer

Here’s a twist on the skeleton costume above – you don’t need to be a family of skeletons, your other half can be the radiographer instead!

Especially good if your husband/partner/significant other is actually a medical professional!

DIY Pregnant Halloween costume

Materials needed: T-shirt/Top, trousers or leggings, white paint/paper or plastic, Hospital Scrubs

Difficulty level: Pretty Easy

Whatever you choose, whatever your time or budgetary constraints, you can totally pull off great plus-size pregnant Halloween outfits! You most certainly don’t have to fade into the background or go as a homicidal maniac.

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