Top Halloween Trends For 2019

By October 24, 2019Holidays, Trends
Halloween Trends 2019

As a woman who loves great design and pleasing aesthetics, when you think of trends, you likely think of clothing and home decor; however, believe it or not, each year various holidays and celebrations have their own unique set of trends.

And, as we creep closer into the month of October, you probably won’t be too surprised to discover what holiday trends we want to discuss.

You guessed it: Halloween!

From your costume to your porch decorations, to the food you plan on serving at your Halloween party, it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends.

And so, with that in mind, let’s make sure you’re Halloween ready with these Halloween trends for 2019:

1. These Halloween costumes are trendy for 2019

Costume trends
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Whether you want to keep your Halloween costume trendy, or whether you’d rather be unique with your idea is totally up to you, but if you’re curious about some of the top trending Halloween costumes for 2019, we’ve got you covered.

Top Halloween Costumes for 2019

  • Stranger Things costumes
  • Powerpuff Girls
  • Mermaid
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Lion King costumes
  • Jasmine and Aladdin
  • Super Hero
  • Pirate

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As you can probably tell from this list, some of these costumes are the result of movie releases (i.e. Lion King, Aladdin, and Powerpuff Girls were all recently remade), and some are more so standard costumes that are popular year after year.

Point being, whether you go with a more standard costume, like a pirate or a mermaid, or you choose to go with a more specific character, all of these costumes are expected to be popular in 2019.

2. Here’s what you can try for decor

Do you love decking your house out in all the latest Halloween decor?

If you’re nodding your head, you’re going to love some of the Halloween decor trends we’re seeing for 2019.

In particular, one of our biggest tips for making your home stand out this Halloween is to step outside the box of your standard Halloween decor. While we all love a good black and orange moment, pastel Halloween decor and pink Halloween decor, are gaining some major attention on Pinterest for 2019.

Halloween Decor
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In addition, we love the idea of adding a bit of boho flavor to your Halloween home decor. While it might not be the standard, it’s an interesting way to make your house stand out amongst the rest on the block.

More Halloween Decor
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3. Halloween Food? Yes Please!

While it’s always nice to serve up your standard chips and dip at a party, it’s also a fun twist to add in some Halloween inspired food.

While ghoulish goods might not be for everyone, if you have guests who aren’t afraid to indulge in fun treats with a Halloween spin, we highly recommend looking up some of these top Pinterest searches for Halloween food to get your creative juices flowing:

Halloween food
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  • Poison Apples
  • Burrito Skulls
  • Cockroach donuts
  • Jack-o-lantern chips and dip
  • Witches Brew

Halloween treats
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And, of course, one thing that is guaranteed to never go out of style when it comes to Halloween food is candy. From your favorite sweet treats to gourmet dark chocolate, throw all the candy on your party table, and we guarantee your guests will be digging in.

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Conclusion: How To Be Halloween Trendy

We hope this article demonstrated that there is no one particular way to be on-trend for Halloween.

Whether you throw a Halloween party or not, the main objective with any Halloween theme is to have fun with it. Don’t be afraid to step outside the box, keep it playful, and always bring all the spooky treats and scary delights to your costume, your home, and your food.

Keep those three areas in mind as you plan for Halloween, and there’s no question that you’re in for a wonderful October 31st.

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