How to Dress Like Your Favorite Royal Family Members for Halloween
If you share our obsession with the royal family, there’s no reason you wouldn’t want to dress up as your favorite family member for Halloween. After all, they’ve had so many iconic moments in 2018, finding a relevant costume is almost too easy.
From Meghan Markle to Queen Elizabeth II to Prince George, here’s how to dress like each one of the most popular royal family members for Halloween.
If you’re going to dress like Meghan Markle for Halloween in 2018, we’d suggest going with her royal wedding look. You may feel intimidated by wearing a floor-length gown to a Halloween party, but Amazon luckily offers a knee-length look-alike version of her stunning Givenchy wedding gown for under $20. If you want to go all out with your bridal look, you can get a tiara ($23) and veil ($9) without breaking the bank from Amazon, as well.
Whether you’re coupling up as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex or you want to dress up as Prince Harry on your own, you may also want to go for his royal wedding look.
According to Town & Country, Harry wore the frockcoat uniform of the Blues and Royals on his wedding day. While you may not be able to get the exact same look, this prince costume from Yandy will give off the right vibes.
Queen Elizabeth II
You could have a lot of fun with dressing up as Queen Elizabeth II for Halloween. You literally have every color of the rainbow to choose from, as the queen always wears bright colors in order to be spotted by fans. The only rules are that your outfit has to be modest (preferably a skirt suit), and you have to wear a matching hat.
While Markle’s most iconic moment of 2018 was her wedding, Kate Middleton’s was the day she introduced us to her third child: Prince Louis. The Duchess of Cambridge looked impossibly gorgeous right after giving birth — so who wouldn’t want to recreate this outfit?
Like Harry, Prince William’s most recognizable look would be from his 2011 wedding to Middleton. He wore an eye-catching red Colonel of the Irish guards uniform — and luckily, plenty of replicas have been made. Here’s a perfect one from Amazon for under $50.
We’d love to see a little Princess Charlotte doppelgänger trick-or-treating on Halloween this year. After all, the young royal has delivered plenty of adorable looks to choose from in 2018. This blue ensemble above is one of our favorites, and it’s simple to recreate. Just go with this precious dress, matching Mary Jane Shoes, detailed white socks, and a simple bow headband — all from Amazon.
Whether you have a child to dress up or you’d like to go as Prince George for Halloween, that’s your choice. Either way, it will be a super cute outfit. Just make sure you go with a preppy sweater, high socks, loafers, and tailored shorts.
Oh, and if you’re wondering why George is always wearing shorts no matter the season, it’s thanks to royal tradition. He’ll be able to start wearing pants when he turns 8 years old, so until then, you’ll have to wear shorts if you’re going to dress like him, too.