Cute & Easy Reign Disick Halloween Costume Ideas For The Super Dedicated Kardashian Fan
Looking for an easy Halloween costume that is both adorable and pop culture savvy? Both luxurious and irreverent? Look no further than a Reign Disick Halloween costume. The product of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick is a 9-month-old ball of cuteness who somehow manages to look as cocky as his dad in photos. Given an aristocratic name to match his father's ridiculous insistence on being called "Lord," he's the perfect combination of regal and adorable, of entitlement and spitting up all over a bib. While going as the Kardashian sisters is always a good bet, going as a fringe Kardashian is a good way to show that you aren't taking this whole thing too seriously (even if you totally are).
Everyone knows that going as a baby for Halloween is the second best Halloween costume after a baby going as anything for Halloween. It's also a pretty easy costume, and it's gender-neutral. This DIY costume idea is specifically for Reign, but, if you'd rather go as something less culturally specific, it also works well as a baby costume. It's totally doable to assemble before Halloweekend, inexpensive, and it involves buying items that are totally reusable. Here's what you need to do if you want to look this on Halloween:
This gender neutral terry cloth onesie is just $29.99 on Jumpin Jammerz, and it's a dead ringer for the one that Reign is wearing. And you thought you couldn't dress like a Kardashian! Once Halloween is over, you will obviously want to wear this to sleep in all winter long.
A Bald Cap
This bald cap kit is available for just $13.21 on Amazon (there are many others available on the site as well). Cover up your hair, attach the cap, and use the makeup included to hide the line. Shaving your head is also an option.
Knit Hat With Ears
If you don't want to go full bald cap and want to go for a different classic Reign look, buy a knit hat with ears. Any pastel or white hat will do, but this one from Topshop for $26 is totally wearable year-round.
This is where we get a little figurative. Since Reign was given such a regal name, why not play it up with some Scott Disick-approved accessories? A crown on top of a baby costume is a perfect juxtaposition, and it will let people know you aren't just going as a generic baby (if you are going as a generic baby, skip this step). You can either make one out of construction paper or buy one cheaply, like this one at Amazon for $6.68.
Another princely detail, a child's scepter is the perfect way to complete this costume. This one is just $5.16 on Amazon. Ball your hands into fists while holding one of these like it's a rattle, and everyone will be cooing over you.
Sure, you could just go as a boring Kardashian, but why not go as the Kardashian that rules them all? Going as North West is so last year.