Ahoy, travelers! Have you decided what you plan to wear for Halloween?
While we certainly don’t want to deter you from a traditional costume, we’ve compiled our favorite list of travel-themed Halloween costume ideas:
Ready to sail away from the harbor? You can purchase your own sailor costume or easily make one yourself. All you will need is a white and navy striped shirt, navy skirt and red shoes. Don’t forget your sailor hat!
Choo Choo! We can thank our nation’s train conductors for making travel by train a fun and safe experience for everyone. Why not dress up as one for Halloween? Overalls, pin stripes and a red banana will be sure to make this costume a hit. We can’t get over how cute the train engineer costumes looks on toddlers.
Who doesn’t love a cute and flirty flight attendant? Inspired by the old-school Pan Am flight attendant uniforms, this costume calls for a red or blue pencil skirt, white blouse, silk scarf, a smart pair of pumps, wing pen, and of course a suitcase.
Not only is this a fun one for kids, but it can also be a creative alternative for adults as well. Plus, it doesn’t require much prep work. Grab a pair of light wash jorts, sneakers, a white T-shirt and a trucker hat. You’re all set!
Motorcycle enthusiasts probably won’t have to shop farther than their closet for this one. To make the biker costume a success, you will need a pair of gloves, jeans, vest (leather, preferably) and a red banana. Long-sleeve “tattoo” shirts for kids will give everyone an extra chuckle.
Ready for takeoff? Become a captain of the skies with this aviation-inspired pilot costume. The unisex costume is perfect for aviation enthusiasts or kids who dream of becoming a pilot one day. Plus, you get to walk around the neighborhood saying, “This is your captain speaking.”
Floridians will especially love this costume, as it presents a chance to imitate the hundreds of thousands of tourists who flock to the state on an annual basis. Break out your best Hawaiian shirt, strap your camera around your neck and grab the biggest paper map you can find. It’s all in good fun!
What’s your favorite travel-themed Halloween costume? Share your ideas with us in the comment section below!