You have a bun in the oven, so why not sport (another) one on Halloween? This bun in the oven Halloween costume (Wholesale Halloween Costumes, $40) is sure to get laughs. It consists of a stove and range tunic that shows off a bun (but not your bun)! Heading to an adult party? Have your bun maker wear his very own bun maker costume.
You must feel like an angel for dressing up this Halloween, especially if you're sporting swollen ankles! Try this cute angel Halloween maternity costume (HalloweenCostumes.com, $35). It promises to complement your baby bump without restricting it. So pop on that halo and gather up all the candy you can!
Feeling more devilish — and sexy — than angelic? Go for it, Mama! You can definitely pull off the devil maternity costume (PartyCity.com, $35). Slip on this excuse to be naughty and have a few extra Snickers on Halloween. The costume doesn't come with a pitchfork, so don't forget to pick one up!
You might not be in the mood to go all out this Halloween — and nobody blames you! Keep it simple and adorn your bump with this witty Halloween costume T-shirt for expectant moms (Cafe Press, $35). It simply states: "I started work on my costume months ago."
How adorable is this iron-on maternity skeleton costume (Inspire Your Walls, $17)?! We love this twist on the classic kids' glow-in-the-dark skeleton. Even better, it's from an Etsy seller. So clever — and cute. If your hubby wants a matching costume, they offers a similar tee for Dad.
Aarg! Style your baby bump in this super cute and comfortable costume. If you're looking for a Halloween costume that will give you a little breathing — or belly — room this Halloween, check out this maternity pirate queen costume (Walmart.com, $60).
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