How to make a Sun Drop girl costume

Oct 1, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. ET

Ladies, we certainly hope you'll be dancing your night away this coming Halloween holiday. If you're looking for some inspiration to drop it low in a comfortable yet clever outfit, look no further. You'll be dancing happy when you learn how you can unleash your inner Sun Drop girl for under $30!

Sundrop girl
What you’ll need:

  • Green T-shirt ($3)
  • Denim shorts
  • Black leggings
  • Red knee-high socks ($5)
  • Red shoes ($10)
  • Red headband ($3)
  • Iron-on transfer paper ($9)

Sundrop supplies




You can create your own Sun Drop logo by simply searching images on Google. Once you have the logo sized to perfection, you can print it on your iron-on transfer paper. When ironing on your logo, make sure to have the iron set on the highest cotton setting, and hold it on the paper for two to three minutes.



Leggings and denim shorts seem to be a hot commodity in most women's fall wardrobes. Grab your own pair of high-wasted cutoffs and black leggings, and pair them together for a comfy way to get down and groovy this Halloween season.


Red accents

Let's face it, this isn't the '80s and leg warmers are hard to come by. The same look can be achieved with red knee-high socks that are scrunched to perfection. We recommend stopping by your local sporting goods store for a guaranteed sock supply. To scrunch your socks, start from the bottom near your ankle and pull the sock out slightly to create a ripple, or a scrunch. Continue this process until you reach the top of your sock.

Add any red shoe you can find to complete the bottom half of your outfit. These can be found at Wal-Mart or Forever 21 for $10 or less! (Plus, they're a cute item to have around post-Halloween shenanigans).

One final touch to really complete your Sun Drop uniform is the notorious red headband. This can be purchased at your nearest Wal-Mart, Target or drugstore for only $3!

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