Top 10 Halloween Costume Ideas that Empower Women
If you have gone through hundreds of Halloween costumes for women and have only found Sexy Nurse, Red Devil and Playboy Bunny and are planning on giving up on the cosplay ritual, then hold on. Don’t give up just yet. We know what sexy means to you. It means intelligence, strength, equality, expressionism and courage and why shouldn’t these reflect in your Halloween costumes. So, we picked out some of the best Halloween costumes that bring out the best in you.
Here is a list of 10 Halloween costumes that truly reflect feminism.
1. Queen Elizabeth I
The costume of the Queen of England whose reign was considered the ‘golden period’ in the history is beautiful and royal.
2. Daenerys Targaryen
Why? Because ‘Dracarys’.
3. Lisa Simpson
A perfect costume for girls who feel for the environment, love, responsibility, emotions and appreciate good music. Lisa Simpson is one of the most subtle portrayal of feminism.
4. Tank Girl
As Devo siad- She’s the girl you want! The protagonist from the comic Tank Girl created by Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett, Rebecca Black aka Tank Girl is the perfect example of a heroic anti-heroine.
5. Statue of Liberty
Dress up as the most symbolic figure in the history – Lady Liberty. The statue of the goddess of freedom, gifted to USA by France, this will make a perfect symbol of women’s right to freedom.
6. Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart’s zombie costume would be one of the ‘fly-est’ costumes in town.
7. Rosie the Riveter
This one is a classic. A cultural icon for USA, Rosie the Riveter represented women who worked in factories manufacturing war supplies during World War II. We can do it!
8. Hermoine Granger
She is daring, brilliant, brave and the most loyal friend to have. Add a little twist by getting your partner to dress up as Ron Weasley.
9. The Bride from Kill Bill
Beatrix Kiddo, popularly known as The Bride from Kill Bill is a total bad-ass costume you could easily put together this Halloween.
10. Malala Yousafzai
Dress up as one of the most riveting personalities of the 21st century. A symbol of courage and empowerment, Malala changed how women are seen in various countries by the patriarchal society. The costume may not be available, but it is super easy to assemble at home. Just like her, the costume is simple and symbolic.
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