Need inspiration for Halloween costumes this year? We’ve rounded up our favorite farmhouse Halloween costumes on the market. From the Wild West to farm-friendly breakfast food, there’s something for everyone here.
And here’s a tip for cold trick-or-treaters: Layer neutral long-sleeved shirts under costumes that have thin fabric. You’ll stay stylish and warm! And if you’re looking to DIY instead, we have some options for that, too.
So pour the cider and grab the candy corn. It’s time to see our top ten ready-for-purchase picks for farmhouse Halloween costumes!
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Send your lil' pumpkin rolling down the neighborhood for sweet treats in a classic get up.
One Piggy Went to the Market...
And this little piggy went trick-or-treating! What costume is better suited for a night of pigging out on candy?
I Ain't Chicken
This cluckin' costume is so cute, it's sure to grab a few extra candies from the neighbors!
Rootin' Tootin' Cowgirl
Pull on your buckled boots and don't forget your trusty hat—it's time to round up some pesky ghosts in this adventurous get up!
Peas in a Pod
This costume may be the only way to successfully incorporate some greens into your child's candy-filled night. This one's a keeper!
Follow the Trick or Treat Road
There's no place like home, especially for Dorothy and Toto. This cute costume will have your little girl dancing down the street to the neighbors' homes to trick or treat!
Pretty in Calico
Want to look farmhouse fabulous but also stay comfy? This prairie dress is your dream come true!
Stick 'em up! If there's only one piece of candy left, you may find yourself in a classic quickdraw duel. Best be prepared with the right fashion, partner.
Nothing says farmhouse magic like our favorite barnyard friend. Besides, someone's got to scare off the spooksters!
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