When it’s Halloween, everyone is expected to wear a costume! Even you, soon-to-be-mamas! But don’t feel like in order to get into the Halloween spirit you have to squeeze into a too-small costume that just won’t cover your bulging baby bump. Instead, think about choosing a costume that works for you and your changing body this year. Don't conceal your bump, put it on display and make it the focal point of your Halloween look. We’re talking comfy onesies and shirts that will make your Halloween costume creation the talk of the town. We looked all over online to find affordable costumes that you can get your hands on before the big day arrives (Halloween, we mean. Not your baby's due date!).
Most of these costume picks come as is, with nothing more for you to do than put on a little makeup and a pair of comfy sneakers. But remember that the basics are everything, so you’ll want to invest in a Jinson Women's Motherhood Maternity Crew Neck Tunic Shirt ($17.99 - $22.99) made of 95% cotton that’s super soft and offers plenty of stretch. And as a pregnant woman, leggings are everything! We like these affordable Loving Moments by Leading Lady Maternity Leggings ($13.99) that come with a built-in support band that expands as your baby grows! Plus, it’ll give you plenty of back support to help counterbalance belly weight. Read on to see how you and your baby can start bonding this Halloween with an adorable mommy-and-me-(inside) costume — and take a look at how other pregnant women didn't let their bellies hold them back from partaking in Halloween tricks or treats.
Bun in the Oven
This one-size-fits-all oven costume is made of squishy polyfoam with a printed image of a loaf of bread on the oven door. It’s surprisingly comfy and spacious enough for your growing bump.
Before your little joey arrives, hop around the block in this easy-to-wear and put-on number. Go one step further and hand out treats to passing trick-or-treaters from your pouch.
You’ll need these animal slippers to finish the look and provide you with extra-cushioned comfort and support.
You can wear this unicorn onesie as pajamas when you’re done with all the Halloween parties.
Quit horsing around and go the extra mile by wearing these super soft claw slippers for your hooves.
You’ll have all the room inside this costume to wiggle and walk with ease. Plus, it comes with the hat too. You'll surely be glad to be the great pumpkin this year.
Forum Novelties Women's Bumble Bee Costume, $8.99 - $78.86
Be the buzz of the party! Your growing baby will attribute to this sweet costume. What a worker bee!
Click through the gallery below to see all the creative pregnant women who came up with some unique and hilarious DIY Halloween costumes of their own, starring their baby bump!!