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5 Unique Halloween Costume Ideas For Hijabis

If you want to shine above the rest this Halloween, chances are you’re still looking for the “perfect costume” idea, wondering how you can still possibly make it before the last minute. 

We get how that you want your Halloween costume to be unique, and the typical Disney princess costume just won’t do. And yet, you don’t want to end up hurriedly wrapping yourself in toilet paper as if you’re a mummy because we learned in 2020 how we should be hoarding toilet paper like gold.

For that reason, we’d like to save you the whole headache and give you a few stunning Halloween costume ideas.

1. Maleficent

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This costume is definitely not for the cuties here. If you’re the type who makes their own rules, is your own boss, and are a fan of Disney but still wants to step up the whole entire Halloween game, then what’s better than nailing the Maleficent costume like Halima Aden did? We love this hijabi-friendly look!

2. Ms. Marvel

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Let’s just state the obvious: as Muslim women, we’re marvelous, and we refuse to be treated or perceived as less. We’ve been raised to be our own heroes. So, if you want to wear a costume that reminds everyone around you that you’re not one to be messed with, then the Ms. Marvel costume is for you!

3. Itachi Uchiha

If you grew up watching the Naruto series, chances are Itachi was your childhood crush. So why not make the child in you proud and nail Itachi’s Akatsuki costume?

4. Lady Loki

In case you’re acquainted with Lady Loki and want to drop everyone’s jaws, go for this costume. It’s so stylish, mesmerizing, and totally not something anyone would expect you’d even wear!

5. Ali Abdul

If you’re not a hijabi, then this is your chance to shock everyone to the core with your Squid Game costume. And, if your hair is long, there’s a bonus that you can amaze everyone with your wig!

What are you planning to wear for this Halloween? Slide into our DMs and let us know!

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