Every year, Halloween somehow sneaks up on us like a ghost in the night. Planning your next Halloween costume doesn’t have to be scary stressful nor does it have to be left until the last minute.
While there are hundreds of different options out there, sometimes the best Halloween costume is the one you feel most comfortable in. Whether you’re more of a DIY guy or prefer to splurge on something big, there’s something out there to fit your interests. We scoured the internet and rounded up the best costumes that suit your personality so you’ll never have to save costume hunting for the last minute again.
Even if you chose to DIY your Thor costume this year, this mighty hammer is crucial to your look. But don’t toss this bad boy after Halloween 2019, because your girlfriend can always use it to dress up as the recently announced Goddess of Thunder.
Kylo Ren might have ditched his mask in the latest Star Wars movie, but who cares, the mask adds major badass vibes you want for the spooky evening.
This mildy-amusing costume is a great conversation starter for any single guy on Halloween night. Tacos not included.
If you didn’t try the Hawaiian shirt trend this past summer, Stranger Things fans can sport the look this Halloween in a subtle costume that doesn’t require a giant mask, fake blood, or an uncomfortable polyester outfit.
Black Panther 2 won’t be released in theaters by Halloween, but if it’s as good as the first one, you’ll be happy you went full-on “Wakanda forever!,” before every other guy scores this costume next year.
Game of Thrones is over, but Halloween is your chance to pay homage to the great villain who deserved a better ending.
All you need is to grow out your mane, throw on your black jeans and combat boots, and, bam—you have the easiest and most stylish Game of Thrones costume for men.
Before you get ready for No-Shave November, try out an adhesive mustache and an easy apron costume from your favorite cartoon sitcom. Pro tip: Bring your own burger to the Halloween party as an accessory for your costume that you can snack on.
Sure, you can go to a Halloween party as one of the biggest couples in Hollywood, like Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas or Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber, or you can go for something a bit more classic and scandalous.
Use this affordable, versatile cloak to craft and design your perfect vampire, magician, or Phantom of the Opera look.
Whether you decide to dress as Aquaman, Khal Drogo, or just everyday Jason Momoa in full-on pink garb, this wig is necessary if you want to do the Haka this Halloween.
It doesn’t get any realer than this furry, life-size Chewbacca getup. You’ll look like you stepped straight off the movie set. Prefer a hero? Han Solo is always an option.
Spooky red balloons not included. You can also go as a regular clown, not the famous villain from IT.
Because there’s no costume for making you invisible yet. Camouflage clothes work just as well as invisibility cloaks.
End the debate over who played the best Spider-Man by donning this cool Spidey costume. Tom Holland, who?
Be the best King Tut in all the desert in this royal getup.
Everyone’s favorite vegetable now get its life-sized treatment.
Channeling your inner Buffalo Bill just became a whole lot easier. If you want, just keep the hat and skip the chaps like a modern-day adventurer.
Because you’re really, really, ridiculously good looking.
Turn into everyone’s favorite classic dinosaur in this inflatable T-REX costume.
Wear your American pride on your sleeve quite literally in this starry get-up that would make Uncle Sam proud.
When your social schedule calls for something a little more sophisticated and less creepy, any costume that involves a blazer or a suit can work. You could also double as Jay Gatsby if you prefer.
Spiderman and Avengers are rolled into one in this statement jacket that’s perfect for a casual Halloween house party or trick-or-treating around the neighborhood.
Be the life of the party with this smart investment the doubles as a costume and walking drinking game. Other options include a blue book and/or any other drinking game you can think of.
Life can be ruff, but your costume doesn’t have to be. Any other animal will also do the trick, though dogs reign supreme.
If you’re running around with the kids trick-or-treating this year, this Woody costume is easy to throw on with any old pair of jeans. The kids will love it and they can even use the hat to play dress-up after Halloween.
If you’re dad to a toddler, you need no introduction to Baby Shark. Carry around your tot in a costume hoodie that requires little-to-no effort.
It’s a giggity, giggity, good idea to stand out in the crowd with a low-maintenance costume this Halloween.