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Halloween is just around the corner, so it’s time to act now if you want to get a last-minute costume for this year!


Every year, we find Halloween-revellers searching our site for easy Halloween costumes, and they turn to our disposable coveralls collection again and again. Cheap, easy and comfortable-to-wear, as well as being customisable to your costume of choice, it’s no wonder they are so popular!



Having been inspired by some men’s Halloween costume ideas of 2017, and to give you a little inspiration this ghoulish season, we created a list of easy Halloween costumes for guys, using just our coveralls and a few little extras. We hope you find them frighteningly good.

Walter White – Breaking bad

Fans of the critically-acclaimed Breaking Bad will know this look straight away. A terminally ill, unassuming chemistry teacher starts producing and selling Methamphetamine to raise money to leave with his family. His yellow jumpsuit is one of the most iconic looks. 

Complete the look with:

Cookie monster

One of the best-loved of the Muppets clan, Cookie Monster loves to eat. Replicate his navy fur and googly eyes this Halloween, and embrace the opportunity to eat plenty of cookies.

Complete the look with:


Smurfs have been a go-to fancy dress option for a number of years, but dressing up like a Smurf for Halloween doesn’t mean you have to paint yourself blue. Grab one of our coveralls and it becomes one of the most easy Halloween costumes…

Complete the look with:

Minion – Despicable me

The popularity of Minions from the Despicable Me franchise is undeniable – even if you are a grown-up. Fortunately, a Minion is one of the easiest DIY Halloween costumes going…


Complete the look with:

Cat Costume

Probably the laziest option on this list of Halloween costume ideas for men, but if you really want an easy life then this could be the one for you.

Complete the look with:


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