Well, mamas, if you are pregnant this Halloween then you might as well make the most of it with the perfect maternity Halloween costume. In recent years, dressing up a baby bump has become a God-given right of moms-to-be everywhere and, as a result, the internet has seen some pretty creative Halloween costumes that really take the cake. This year, Halloween is a bit different. You might be staying home to keep yourself and Baby safe during COVID-19, which means all the more reason to have fun with your Halloween costume indoors. So what if you’re just watching a scary movie with your partner? There are ton of baby bump-friendly Halloween costumes (that are more than just “a pumpkin,” even though that’s always a cute and budget-friendly idea — and we’ve included a dress option!) out there, so start thinking about what you want to buy now before everything sells out.
Whether you’re looking to flaunt your bump or you’re not quite ready to show it off just yet, there’s a pregnancy-friendly costume out there for you to wear this upcoming October 31.
If you’re a Mandalorian fan, you’ll love this one. Because who doesn’t love Baby Yoda?!Pretend you’re carrying Baby Yoda all night long and be sure to take plenty of Instagram pics. This is an easy one to pull off — all you need is a pair of black pants or skirt to go with the shirt, and it’ll look like Baby Yoda is floating in your arms.
For those of us who love winter time, why not celebrate that *and* Halloween? This Etsy costume comes with a snowman (snow person, etc.) long-sleeved shirt with a pair of black leggings, so you don’t have to worry about that part. We love an easy, comfy Halloween costume, pregnant or not.
For pregnant mamas who want to be totally transparent this Halloween, there’s nothing more iconic than turning a popular phrase or cliche into a living, breathing, wearable costume. Show everyone what you’ve got cooking inside with this hilarious Bun in the Oven costume. Although, we definitely recommend pairing it with the world’s comfiest pair of sneakers — not heels like the woman in the picture above. (Heels, lady, really? You’re doing too much.)
Of course, pregnancy Halloween costumes could lean the other way, too. If you’re not quite ready to flaunt your baby bump in all its glorious circumference, try a costume with a poncho top. This Scarecrow Poncho is easy to throw on, super comfortable as it won’t cling to your body in any unwanted places, and easy to pair with a patchwork hat, brown boots, and stitched-on makeup.
Do you and your hubs have a great sense of humor? These matching maternity skeleton tees appear to take an X-ray of your insides, showing every trick-or-treater that comes to your door who’s got what inside their belly. Mamas always win, of course. After all, we’re sacred vessels. He’s got nothing in there but beer and burgers!
Show off your lil’ pumpkin with this orange maternity dress from Franterd. The drawn-on Jack-O-lantern face nestles right where your growing bump should be, so there will be no question: Is that a baby growing in there or did you just have a ton of Halloween candy?!
Look out, everybody, there’s a baby Joey on board! Nothing will get your pregnancy message across clearer — especially if you’re using your Halloween costume to announce your pregnancy! — than this Mama and Baby Kangaroo costume. Pull on the mama’s face by wearing the hood and make sure that as you hop from house to house, the little Joey in your kangaroo pouch doesn’t pop out!
Another great alternative for moms-to-be who aren’t quite ready to let their bump fly free, this spider web poncho is as creepy as it is cute. Channel the attitude of Charlotte from Charlotte’s Web with some spooky makeup and a messy hair-do that’s reminiscent of a spider’s tricky webbing.
Like we said earlier, Mama, you’re a sacred vessel. Might as well dress the part, am I right? Adorn yourself in a costume fit for an angel that comes complete with a halo and heavenly set of wings.
It’s in the nature of Care Bears to share, so to share your big ball of pregnancy joy, dress up as none other than Cheer Bear. Share the cheer by letting the rainbow belly of this costume do all the work, dressing up your growing baby bump!
Married to a sports fan? Or, hey, maybe you’re one yourself! This laced-up baseball t-shirt might not look like much of a costume, but with a few accessories that you already have laying around the house, you could make it into something really special. Throw on a button-up jersey — but be sure to leave the bottom buttons open to show off your baseball-styled bump — add a baseball cap, and maybe even carry a bat as a prop!
Turn this avocado couples’ costume into a momacado costume! Everybody’s favorite fruit (veggie?) costume comes with two halves of the whole avocado, so you and your partner can each wear a piece. But we recommend letting the pregnant person wear the half with a pit. After all, your baby bump will round out the pit quite nicely!