Halloween is fast approaching. And if you checked your forecast, you might agree that for some areas the best idea for a costume should be something that will help keep you dry in the rain. So for fun, we offer the following rainproof costume ideas:
Rainproof Costume Ideas
- Morton Salt Girl — for those of you who can remember, the logo for Morton Salt is a girl with an umbrella, yellow dress and a container of salt (easy!).
- Mary Poppins — she loved umbrellas! Add a big bag, perhaps a spoon, and you have one of the most favorite nannies around.
- Meteorologist—Carry a microphone, umbrella (and a copy of the Farmers’ Almanac)!
- Sea Captain — A pair of rubber boots and a bright yellow rain slicker will have you looking like an old salt in no time.
- Caught in the Rain – If it’s warm rain, go with the weather. Dress as if you’d been caught in the rain already with an inside-out umbrella, newspaper or other garbage stuck on your leg, and crazy hair.
- Tea Bag or bag of leaves — how about filling a clear plastic bag with some brown leaves and wearing it around the bottom half of your body. (The plastic should help keep most of you dry.)
- Fly Fisherman—Grab some waders, a fishing vest, fishing hat, hip boots, fishing pole.
- Raining Cats and Dogs — take the literal approach and find some stuffed animal cats and dogs. Tie them to an umbrella, and voila!
- Singing in the Rain—This one is very easy to pull off. See video below! Plus who wouldn’t want to be Gene Kelly for a night?
Got any good ideas to share? Happy Halloween — rain or shine!