Every Halloween, we struggle with coming up with an idea of what we want to be for the day. Many people take the current events route and dress as a popular movie character or musician from the current year. But other choose to use one of the classic costumes.
One of the most easy-to-do Halloween classics is the clown costume. Whether scary or silly, clowns are always a good choice. But sometimes, the full ensemble can be too expensive. So, Costume Discounters took a look at five ways you can be a clown for $50 or less!
$10 Clown Costume
If you’re not looking to spend a ton of money, but you still want to clown around this Halloween, the $10 option is perfect for you!
Just add a wig, nose, and a goofy little horn to any ensemble and you’ve got yourself a circus clown costume that’s easy to put together and even easier to afford!
$20 Clown Costume
There’s a surprisingly easy way to be silly without smashing open your piggy bank with the $20 option!
Becoming a clown for $20 is easy! Just toss on a nose and some makeup, add in a goofy, colorful tie, and of course, the pièce de résistance: a squirting flower!
$30 Clown Costume
Becoming a clown doesn’t mean you have to spend all your money, so why not toss on your multicolored wig and spend only $30?
Turn yourself into a Barnum and Bailey employee lookalike for a small price and a few costume pieces. Add a vest to some shoe covers and a wig and you’re basically set!
$40 Clown Costume
If you’re looking to spend a little bit, but not completely empty your savings, the $40 option is perfect to let out your little clown!
For $40, you can toss on some suspenders, a tie, and some shoes, and not be in a suit! Get your clown on without spending a ton, and just adding some face paint and a wig to the rest of your clothes.
$50 Clown Costume
If you’ve got a solid budget but still don’t want to spend too much, the $50 option is right on the nose!
For $50, you can deck yourself out in a full-on clown outfit without burning a hole in your pocket. Put on the wig, nose, horn, flower, shoes, and the bowtie and you’ll be fitting in under the tent in no time!
If you’re trying to add some accessories to your costume because you’ve got just a bit more in your budget, take a peek at the Clown accessories offered from Costume Discounters!