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Remember watching Grease? I love that movie, I need to buy it to have the kids can watch it! Well if you want to be Sandy for Halloween here is the way to do it with this Greaser Halloween Costume! Everything but the pink jacket can be then integrated into your day to day wardrobe, heck I know several people who would the jacket too! This is just one of our many easy adult Halloween costumes made from everyday clothes!
Women's 50's Greaser Halloween Costume – Made with Everyday Clothes!
Like I said this costume is reminiscent of all dressed up Sandy at the carnival in Grease (by the way did anyone really believe those guys were in high school?! They looked too old, but hey I still loved the movie!)
Plus who wouldn't want to dress up in a vintage outfit? Again these clothes are all something you can add to your wardrobe and you might have items close you can use cutting down your cost even further. I'm sure you can find a pair of black heels and some eyeliner to use already and maybe even some black leggings. I know I have them in my closet, if you don't, trust me, you need to!
If shopping online, make sure to check out Ebates for cash back opportunities too! Since many of these items are found on Amazon make sure you are using your free Amazon Gift Cards to lower your out of pocket cost as well.
Here is everything you need to make this great costume!
You're the One that I Flaunt Leggings (Modcloth) – $25
Striped Tee (Gap) – $8.99
Charade Satin Ladies Jacket (Amazon) – $21.63
Black Ankle Strap Heels (Charlotte Russe) – $14.49
Vintage Inspired Cat Eye Glasses (Amazon) – $9.99
Maybelline Liquid Eyeliner (Amazon) – $6.57
What do you think of this women's Greaser Halloween Costume? What are you dressing up as for Halloween this year? Need some ideas for your kids? We shared our 15 DIY Halloween Kids Costumes you will love them!
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