DIY Greek Goddess Costume


I have written about my DIY Greek Goddess Costume Accessories in my previous post and promised to post the complete ensemble after I've used it.  The Halloween event where I wore the costume was at Goldilocks' Whimsical Halloween Party at its newest party venue, Goldilocks Cake City, located along Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.  My kids and I dressed up for this special event.  It was special to me, because it was my first event invite as a blogger.

Without any further ado, here are my costume's elements:

White Tank Top - which I just found in my closet.  I bet everyone has one. 

Long White Skirt - an unnoticed piece of clothing in my closet as well.
Gold Chain Belt - which was given to me by my mom.

Blue Cloth (which was used as a table cloth) or it could be any color.
DIY Headdress, DIY Arm Band, DIY Ring - all made from an old Christmas Decor
Here's the complete ensemble, which won me the "Best In Costume" award:
No-Cost Greek Goddess Costume
If you've got great ideas for a DIY costume/costume accessories, please do share it with me!  Happy Halloween!





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45 comments:

  1. Wow congrats for winning that award...and almost at no cost at all. Cool!

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  2. Nice DIY mommy. Congratulations :)


    Mommy Maye

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  3. woohoo...congrats!
    your no-cost costume really bagay sa iyo, you look like a goddess hahaha
    happy halows

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  4. congrats for winning the award..the costume is great and you look good on it.. visiting from ComEx Oct30

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  5. I like it! Simple and very creative!

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  6. Love the uber practical costume!!! :) You loook so goddess hot Mommy!

    New follower here!

    ♥,

    Shari

    The Misty Mom

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  7. Simple things + creative minds = great results.

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  8. galing! creative hehehe i like the belt! :D

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  9. mommy practicality indeed! congratulations... I like the belt , too!

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  10. Congrads on the win. Love the outfit you put together.

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  11. wow, simple and easy to do. aactually we had a not-so costume party. it is more of 1960's fashion theme and have no idea what i would wear!

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  12. This is great! I never knew how ordinary things can turn into this. Sobrang helpful ng post na ito. Congrats!

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  13. Khimbyrlee EerlrybmihkOctober 31, 2012 at 2:48 PM

    Congratulations! :D It shows your natural beauty with this costume. :D

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  14. wow!!! Your costume doesn't look like it came from scratch! It's so elegant. Congratulations!

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  15. Wow, congratulations! You look so pretty! A goddess, indeed.

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  16. You look fabulous, a goddess indeed :)

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  17. Nice! That's a spiffy ensemble at no cost at all. Ang galing!

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  18. Wow!!!Mommy, practical ka talaga!!!Who would have thought a tank, a skirt, a table cloth and christmas decorations can turn you into Diyosa?

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  19. Thank you Anneleia, it really is simple to do! :)

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  20. Thank you Littleyana. I'm glad to be of help to you!

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  21. True.. I'm really practical.. practical dyosa. :)

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  22. Wow! Beautiful yet practical costume! Love it!

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  23. Oh my goodness, I like how it ended up sis. Good job! Visiting from CommEx 10/30.

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  24. It's gorgeous and practical! No wonder you won.

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  25. Very practical and economic too, above all it is beautiful and stylish. You look gorgeous, one of the Greek goddess.

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  26. Gorgeous! And actually looks like something I can pull of lol

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