Looking for some spooky inspiration? Don’t wait around for divine intervention!
We’ve got creepy skeleton bodysuits, cute pumpkin onesies, and enough ghoulish sweaters for a frightful night to remember.
Available in adult and kids’ sizes, you can get one for yourself or treat the whole family.
We have a wide variety of last-minute Halloween costumes to get you scare-ready in a jiffy.
So ditch the needle and thread this year. Our collection of funny Halloween costumes lets you celebrate without having to lift a boney-finger.
Kick Back in Our Easy Halloween Costumes
Why bother with a DIY costume when you can wear one of our comfy Halloween onesies?
Our Halloween costumes are super-soft, stretchy, and perfect for an evening of trick-or-treating with the kids.
Wear it around the house or throw it on before a devilish night of pranks and tomfoolery.
Effortless to put on, you’ll have more time to watch horror movies, carve jack-o-lanterns, and party with friends.
Choose from classic jump scares to cuddly bears and avoid paper cuts, hot glue burns, and years of cleaning up glitter this All Hallows’ Eve - you’re welcome!
Group Halloween Costumes for Couples, Family, and Friends
Go trick-or-treating with the family and bob for apples like a champ. Our Halloween costumes are great for families and couples who love to match.
Pick a theme or do your own thing. We have women’s, men’s, and children’s sizes on selected Halloween outfits and lines.
Funny Halloween Costumes, Sweaters, and More
Party in one of our easy Halloween costumes or rock a Halloween sweater at the office.
At SillySanta we’re all about looking and feeling good whatever the occasion.
Cute and Funny Onesies
Halloween doesn’t have to be all jump scares and torture. Dress up as an adorable bunny or make people laugh as a funny chicken.
The hooded design lets you join in on the fun while keeping warm and cozy all night long.
Go classic spooky in one of our full-bodysuits. There are glow-in-the-dark unicorns and creepy skeletons to life-sized pumpkins to tempt your little terrors this fall.
The convenient zipper and simple yet scary design promise to not disappoint.
Bewitching Halloween Sweaters
Select from our spooky take on Fair Isle print or our mesmerizing assortment of light-up sweaters. The mix of autumnal fall colors and Halloween details make this the ideal attire for work or play.
Who says you have to go out in full costume to enjoy some Halloween fun?
Let your hair down and add a hint of ghoul-time glamor to your party outfit this spooky season.
Available in a variety of styles, our earrings are just the thing to add a cheeky bit of sparkle.
Why Do We Wear Halloween Costumes?
Celebrated every October, Halloween is the perfect time to dress up and solicit candy from strangers.
But why do we wear Halloween costumes?
The original Halloween party, it’s thought that this ancient Celtic festival is where the holiday tradition first began.
Meant to mark the end of summer and the beginning of the dark season, the Celts believed that the barrier between the dead and the living became blurred.
They would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off any witches, ghosts, and ghouls over the winter period.
Costumes back then consisted of dead animal skins, furs, and heads. Luckily for you, we’ve upgraded since then!
Feralia and Pomona
When the Romans conquered the Celts, the two cultures merged along with two Roman festivals - Feralia and Pomona.
Celebrated around the same time as Samhain, Feralia was a day to honor the dead. While the second festival celebrated the Roman goddess of fruit and trees, Pomona.
It’s believed this is why we bob for apples on Halloween.
All Hallows’ Eve
Then came Christianity and All Martyrs Day, a Catholic feast to honor the dead, martyrs, and saints.
Also known as Allhallowtide or All Hallows’ Eve, the celebration would ultimately become simply (drum roll please) Halloween.
Similar to Samhain, people would light bonfires and dress up. Only this time, they wore angel, devil, and saint costumes during this church-sanctioned holiday.
They also hosted parades, ate cakes, and left out bowls of food to stop lost souls from entering their homes.
An American Horror Story
Later, after the colonization of America, more customs and cultures combined. And the holiday we now know as Halloween emerged.
Over time, ghost stories, horror movies, costume parties, and dressing up to go trick-or-treating became the norm.
And today, I think we can all agree (whether you believe in ghosts or not) Halloween is one hell of a good time!