It seems there is nothing spookier than COVID-19, which leaves October feeling a little lackluster. Although you won’t be bobbing for apples or running from monsters in haunted houses anytime soon, no one is stopping you from dressing up and adhering to CDC guidelines.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve had your costume planned way before the phrase “social distancing” became part of everyday life. So, you might be wondering how to work around this and still slay in a spooky and safe way.
Below is a list of 11 costumes we found that allows you to coordinate a mask:
Sneak around and give your best karate chop while wearing this ninja mask.
Yo! Ho! Yo! Ho! A pirate mask for me! Sail the seven seas hunting for treasure this Halloween.
Want to go under the sea this Halloween? Try a scale mask to make all your mermaid dreams come true.
This mask takes the “scare” out of scarecrow. Just pair it with some denim and you might just attract all the crows to the yard.
Calling all Tim Burton fans to channel their love Nightmare Before Christmas with this Sally inspired mask.
If you and a friend want to be #Halloweengoals pair up this Jack Skellington mask with the Sally one above to be the best iconic duo.
Halloween aside, I’d say howdy, on a regular basis, while wearing this mask. It’s so cute you gotta giddy-up and get it!
For our 70’s hippie loving Halloween goers, these masks are totally groovy man.
This mask is the perfect last-minute costume, and inspiration for when you carve pumpkins this year.
This mask is purrfect for our animal lovers, all you need is cat ears to walk across someone's path this spooky season.
If you’re having trouble assessing pieces in your closet for a last-minute costume, or you’re too lazy to do it on your own, consult a StyldLife Specialist, and they will help you create the perfect ensemble.
Halloween is all about wearing masks and dressing up, so it can’t be that hard to add a face-covering into your pandemic appropriate outfit.
Enjoy dressing up!