Spooky SZN is here!
Whether you’re going to a Halloween party or taking your kids trick-or-treating, we can all agree that yoga apparel is the comfiest costume option. Regardless of where you live, yoga wear comes in many styles and fabrics so it can work for any climate, keeping you as warm and cozy as you need!
To transform your activewear into a stylish Halloween costume, check out these creative ideas.
Grab your favorite pair of black leggings and a black yoga top (preferably a hoodie or long sleeve). Go to your local accessories store and buy some kitty ears, eyeliner to draw your whiskers, and ta-da! Meow you doin?
Throw on a pair of black yoga pants, a black sports bra, and a white flowy yoga top. Use face paint to cover your face white and use black paint around your eyes, the tip of your nose, and around your mouth to create a teeth or stitched look. You can also safety pin a print out of a skeleton rib cage on the front of your yoga top for an added touch.
Grab a pair of fun yoga leggings (preferably striped or a green pair), along with a green or black top. Get a witch hat from your local accessory store and you are practically ready to be the 4th Sanderson sister in Hocus Pocus.
Pick your favorite yoga Halloween costume from any of your YogaClub boxes. Add some fun face paint and messy hair to give yourself a spooky makeover. Maybe this yogi hasn’t been to class in awhile and she’s feeling a little dead inside?
Dancing Girl Emoji
All you need for this one is a pair of comfy black shorts, some black socks, and a black short sleeved shirt. Add some cardstock to a headband to create the hair accessory and voila! All you need is a friend to complete this look!
The perks to yoga costumes seem endless. You’ll stay comfy all night, cozy as a bug, and if you’re like me and sleep in yoga clothes – you’ll even be ready for bed by the time you get home! But, that's not even the best part. You can also eat as much candy as you want and not worry about any uncomfortable restrictions from your new food baby!
About the Author
Courtney Paige Johnson is a certified group fitness instructor and personal trainer living in Phoenix, AZ. She has been teaching fitness classes for over eight years and has several certifications including yoga, Pilates, and strength training. In 2017, Courtney completed her M.S. from Arizona State University in Community Resources and Development where she researched exercise motivation in the wellness tourism industry.