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Huling Hirit! 16 More Costumes That Prove Pinoy Parents Really Love Halloween
PHOTO BY courtesy of Jane Tiongco, Nikki Angela de Leon, and Cherry Ann Alib
  • Whenever we feature Halloween costumes for kids, it seems like the outfits get more creative and outrageous with each passing year. It’s all thanks to the clever minds of parents who think of the best costumes for their children, and whom we think are the ones who really enjoy the occasion.

    16 more Halloween costumes for kids

     We’ve already featured a bunch of DIY Halloween costumes here and here, but our inbox kept receiving more photos that it would be a shame not to share any of them with our readers. Since today is officially Halloween, we’ve compiled our last batch of costumes — think of it as a ‘huling hirit’ and a kudos to all the parents who took the time to create these outfits! We’ll see you again next year!

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    She-ra, Princess of Power

    This beautiful costume was lovingly made by Izarra’s mom, Allyson. Talk about girl power!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Allyson Crisostomo Pulido

    Baby Shark

    How adorable is Theresa’s daughter as Pink Fong? The mom shares that she got the tela from Taytay Tiangge at around Php70, then paid an additional ‘patahi’ fee of around Php200. Sulit and stress-free!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Theresa Lim


    Now, this is an amazing outfit! Mom Claire shares that the jumper is hand sewn, while the head is made of a rubber mat. To make sure her son is comfortable, she attached a small, handheld fan inside. It was worth it because he won the best costume!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Claire Grageda
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    The game is popular with kids, so mom Tin Montejo thought of making a costume out of one of the characters!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Tin Montejo

    Safari Family 

    Even moms and dads can’t help but join the fun! Mom Sabrin Flores, who came as a safari park ranger also DIY’d her daughter’s spider costume and hubby’s Teemo costume, a character from the game League of Legends.
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Sabrin Flores


    What makes a Halloween costume stand out is how committed the kids are while wearing it! AJ wanted to be a superhero but chose Mystique because she didn’t want to go for the ‘usual’ heroes. And she was really in character while attending her Halloween event!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Jane Tiongco
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    Powerpuff Girls and Professor Utonium 

    These costumes are easy to DIY but the ‘wow’ factor is high! Mom Lovely Yazon chose to join her two daughters as the Powerpuff Girls while hubby played the part of Professor Utonium. Galing!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Lovely Yazon

    Valak and Annabelle

    We’ve already featured baby Annabelle, but we didn’t know her Kuya dressed up as Valak! This is both creepy and cool at the same time. Iba ka, mommy!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Nikki Angela de Leon

    Dr. Strange

    Mom Jill de Jesus used old clothes to create her son Julian’s costume. She also DIY’d an amulet (made from a bottle cap, gold stickers, and pens) and a “portal” using a gold ribbon and bbq stick. Julian was so happy!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Jill de Jesus
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    Angkas Driver


    We love a costume that’s relevant to the times! Jace came as an Angkas driver and mom Che Ann Bulatao says many have requested to ‘book a ride’ with him. Cute!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Cherry Ann Alib


    How do you make a store-bought costume believable? Just add green face paint all over his body! That’s what Prince did and he even won a prize!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Artess Gonzales


    Nicole is one loveable ‘monster’! Mom Isah DIY’d the whole thing using purple cloth, mop head, white cloth lace, felt cloth, fuzzy wires, and a styro ball which she all bought at the Marikina Public Market. She says it was a rush job but we think she did well!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Isah Yonzon-Atienza
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    Wonder Woman

    Mom Apple Balmaceda lovingly sewed this Wonder Woman costume by hand!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Apple Centes Balmaceda


    This is one sweet costume! Mom Justine Garcia shares that she made her daughter Joelle’s cupcake costume using a laundry basket, old gown, rolled art paper, buttons, tissues, and a Christmas ball for the cherry on top!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Justine Garcia

    Jurassic Park Dino and Cage

    Uh-oh! There’s a scary dinosaur in a cage roaming the city! Mom Nadine Cua DIY’d the cage using PVC pipes, cords, and cut out papers for signage and the ‘Keep Out’ tape. She really went the extra mile for her son’s costume!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Nadine Cua.


    We love Halloween costumes for kids that make you think outside the box! Caia was asked to come as a Philippine Mythological creature but let’s just say she interpreted it a little differently with the help of her mom, Rica. This one’s a winner in our books!
    PHOTO BY Courtesy of Rica Cruz

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