If you’re already prepping for the spookiest time of the year, you probably know that Halloween costumes for twins can be hard to come by. Luckily, we’ve made the ultimate inspiration board for the cute and creative twin Halloween costumes of your dreams. Whether they’re for boy-boy, girl-girl or boy-girl twins, here are our favorite homemade and store-bought options for the best twin Halloween costumes.
Twin Baby Halloween Costumes
The best baby and infant twin Halloween costumes are ones that play off our favorite dynamic duos. Whether you’re going all out with miniature wigs or opting for a clever onesie, we’ve curated our favorites. You can look for more ideas for twin Halloween costumes for baby here.
Mustard and Ketchup
Your twins will look downright saucy in these made-to-order soft cotton onesies with snaps for easy diaper changes.
Buy it: $50 for the set, Etsy.com
Copy and Paste
Just in case you forgot your identicals are carbon copies of each other, here’s a pair of onesies that also come in eight different colors.
Buy it: $30+ for the set, Etsy.com
Mario and Luigi
In case you don’t feel like dealing with putting fake mustaches or hats on your little adventurers, these handmade onesies should do the trick.
Buy it: $20 for the set, Etsy.com
Pac-Man and Ghost
Your twins might not be chasing each other around yet, but these soft cotton bodysuits are a cute reminder of what’s to come.
Buy it: $28 for the set, Etsy.com
Sunflower and Daisy
These zip-up polyester jumpsuits have diaper snaps and separate headpieces in case either of your little flowers wants to shed their petals.
Buy it: $23 for Sunflower and $50 for Baby Blossom, Amazon.com
Peas in a Pod
Your costume search will be a snap if you buy two of these soft felt bunting costumes.
Buy it: $11 each, Amazon.com
Salt and Pepper
Complete with set of felt hats, your twins are sure to spice up everyone’s Halloween night.
Buy it: $68 for the set, Etsy.com
Phil and Lil from Rugrats
You can dress up your twins as your childhood favorite cartoon mischief-makers by adding felt decorations to pink onesies.
If you’ve got a lot of orange and green yarn on your hands, make like the #tiseatwins and have the two cutest carrots in the whole garden.
We’re not joking around – with some rainbow tulle and a silly hat, your twins will be circus-ready.
These two grandmas don’t look a day over 12 months! Grab some cotton balls and string up some old pairs of glasses to really complete the look.
Wayne and Garth from Wayne's World
Party on! The ‘90s are officially back, and these twins have the drumsticks and long wigs to prove it.
Twin Toddler Halloween Costumes
Now that your twins are a little older, suit them up in their favorite cartoon characters – or yours. Keep an eye on the age range for each costume, since some are better for younger or older toddlers. For even more cute twin Halloween costumes for your toddler, check out our guide to the best toddler Halloween costumes.
This sugary-sweet duo costume pairs well with a pair of warm pants.
Buy it: $24, Amazon.com
Doc McStuffins and Lambie
We have a diagnosis! This doctor-patient pair will be the hit of your neighborhood’s trick-or-treating scene.
Buy it: $38 for Doc McStuffins and $47 for Lambie, HalloweenExpress.com
R2-D2 and Obi-Wan Kenobi
Perfect for traversing the galaxy or the neighborhood, these rompers have snaps for easy dressing. (Note: the Force not included.)
Buy it: $16 each for R2-D2 and Obi-Wan Kenobi, Target.com
We’d definitely call this duo if something was strange in our neighborhood. These costumes come in dress and pant versions for easy mix-and-match options for your twins.
Buy it : $23 each ( pants and dress options), Target.com
Orange is the New Black
Looks like it’s time for a serious time-out. Toddler-sized orange scrubs, a mini chef coat and some kid-friendly hair dye round out the look. You can check out other impressive DIY twin costumes from blogger extraordinaire Katie Stauffer on her website.
You probably own the Eggo waffles already, so why not make like Katie Stauffer and dress up your girls as Barb and Eleven?
Fred and Wilma Flintstone
With some felt and a little creativity, turn your rambunctious duo into a prehistoric pair.
Alice in Wonderland
Ready for a tea party? Break out the rabbit ears and mini pinafore like this White Rabbit and Alice.
These girls’ black-and-orange getups are making our hearts flutter.
Looks like these Oompa Loompas found their way out of the chocolate factory! Get a pair of white dungarees and top it off with some kid-friendly hair dye and face paint.
Published August 2017