Halloween Costume Shop

It's time to get scary! Online shopping has never been easier. You'll find Halloween costumes for kids, teens and adults. Note: darkhalloween.us gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.

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Viking Costume Ideas

Male Viking Halloween Costume Ideas

Female Viking

Vikings have long been revered for their intimidating nature and fierce toughness. Long ago they fared the ocean in search for riches and adventure. So why not assert your dominance by pillaging the popularity at this year's Halloween party? Here's how to put the costume together by gender:

Vikings usually have luscious blonde locks, so you can utilize a blonde hair/wig to start. Of course, feel free to use any hair style you want. Next, we need a suede vest, which can be purchased at a local thrift store or sewn together. Finish by adhering some fake fur to the suede. Conversely, you can glue some fur to an old brown jacket to create the same look.

Feel free to rock some stylish, fashionable boots with some pitch black or brown leggings. You can also opt for a felt skirt, if you want to feel a bit cooler in a crowded room. You can also were a tiara, crown, or circlet, which can be bought at a craft store or made via construction paper and elastic.

Male Viking Halloween Costume Ideas

Male Viking

As with the women, Vikings usually have luscious blonde locks, so you can utilize a blonde hair/wig to start. Don't forget, there were bald Vikings as well. Fellas, feel also free to rock an awesome real or fake beard. Also men, usually wore the traditional Viking hat, which can be created in a DIY fashion by attaching cardboard horns to a brown beanie, but you can also purchase one at a Halloween prop store.

Next, we need a suede vest, which can be purchased at a local thrift store or sewn together. Finish by adhering some fake fur to the suede. Conversely, you can glue some fur to an old brown jacket to create the same look.

Finish the costume by accessorizing with a large belt and signature weapon. Purchase rope from a hardware store and tie it prominently around your waist. You can buy a Viking hammer from a prop store or by cutting one out from cardboard and painting it brown and silver so that it looks fit for a warrior!

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