A rubenesque woman definitely has limited choice when it comes to clothing, but the good news is that the number of unique Halloween costumes you can wear is high. Let's take a look at some of these ideas:
• Pregnant Celebrity Costume
First of all, remember that Halloween is a holiday that is supposed to make people relax and have fun. So, be open-minded and don't take Halloween costumes too seriously. One popular costume that can be worn by rubenesque woman is imitating a pregnant celebrity.
The best part is that there is always more than one celebrity that is pregnant during Halloween and it is up to you to find the one that you like or find interesting. Simply dress like her and you are good to go. If your belly is not that big add some clothes in this area. In addition, try to talk, walk and act like that celebrity.
Another good idea for a Halloween costume is to dress like an athlete. Of course, some women may think that being overweight is not very athletic, but the fact is that there are some sports where women have more than a couple of extra pounds. Some of these sports include hammer throw, discus throw, boxing etc. You can also dress as a sumo wrestler although this is a male sport.
You have probably noticed that people like to dress as animals on this night. So, why not use this opportunity to dress as your favorite animal. Be a lazy cat like Garfield or a chubby dog.
Those who are ready to take the fun to another level can dress as some animal that is known for their size and weight like hippos or elephants. There are some really cute designs for this type of costumes and you can surely look lovely in them regardless of your weight.
Another simple costume that can do is make or buy a police woman costume. As you know, some of the police officers are not very slim and you can also hold a donut in your hand in order to make the costume funny.
One last thought, since women in the past were not obsessed with weight and most of them had few extra pounds, you can choose a costume that represents a woman from the 16th or 17th century.