Classic Halloween Villain Costumes For Kids

October 3, 2014 12:00 PM
Classic Halloween Villain Costumes For Kids

" Being the good guy can be fun, but sometimes it’s even more entertaining to play the bad guy—at least come time for Halloween. As kids, they can make evil look fun with these costume ideas that originate from classic movies.

Star Wars Villains

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These space films will always be considered classics, and with the reboots, even the kids of this generation know of the powerful Darth Vader and the famous line, “Luke, I am your father.” Dressed all in black, complete with a cape and black mask, it’s also a simple costume to put together. For a more recent villain in the “Star Wars” franchise, opt for the Darth Maul costume, which features a red mask instead. Either way? Be sure to have a light saber to complete this epic costume.


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What’s more fun than hunting for treasure? When dressing up as a pirate (peg leg optional), kids can draw some inspiration from Captain Hook of “Peter Pan” fame, particularly if they like long curly black locks, or Captain Jack Sparrow of “Pirates of the Caribbean,” as long as they realize they’re going to need to wear some makeup "

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