Halloween Costumes 2015: Kid's Costume Ideas

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Halloween is a few months away yet (boo!), but it is NEVER too early to get a jump on your 2015 Halloween costume. Sure, the classic looks are always fun, but trends matter when it comes to Halloween costumes for kids. Some costumes will be popular for a long time and others might only be popular for a year, but "what's cool NOW" typically weighs heavily on the mind of a young boy or girl.

 

The big question is: what will be some of the most popular Halloween Costumes of 2015? We’ve compiled a list of ideas that we think will be the most in-demand kid’s costumes this year so you can get a jump start on your Halloween shopping.

 

 

Avengers Costumes

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Ultron Costume - Shop       Black Widow Costume - Shop

Captain America Costume - Shop       Iron Man Costume - Shop

Hulk Costume - Shop       Thor Costume - Shop       Hawkeye Costume - Shop

 

Superheroes are always popular, and this is especially true when a new movie is released. With a new film comes new costume designs and this year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron is no exception. The newest Avengers rendition was a big hit on the silver screen and what kid could give up the chance to be as awesome as Iron Man or better yet, the Hulkbuster for Halloween?

 

 

Minion Costumes

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Boys Minion Costume - Shop       Girls Minion Costume - Shop       Kevin Minion Costume - Shop

Bob Minion Costume - Shop       Child Minion Jumper - Shop

 

Ever since Gru introduced us to his Minions in the first Despicable Me movie, we have gone crazy over the little rabble-rousers. With the Minions movie set for release in July, you can bet you will see a Minion costume (or a hundred) out on Halloween night ready to paint the town red yellow.

 

 

Star Wars Costumes

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Star Wars Rebels Ezra Costume - Shop       Boba Fett Costume - Shop       Toddler Yoda Costume - Shop

Darth Vader Costume - Shop       Stormtrooper Costume - Shop

 

It’s no secret that there is a new Star Wars movie coming out in December. With Star Wars Rebels on television, kids these days are still huge fans of the fabled series and its characters. While we don’t have specific Star Wars: The Force Awakens costumes in stock quite yet, they are coming and your kids will want to be one of the first ones to get their hands on them!

 

 

Inside Out Costumes

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Disgust Costume - Shop       Joy Costume - Shop       Anger Costume - Shop

 

Every moment of our lives is regulated by some type of emotion. The new animated film, Inside Out, narrates the life of a young girl from inside her head. Since the movie hasn’t hit theaters yet, we are still a bit unfamiliar with the characters. However, the five emotions that will likely become popular costumes this year are Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust. Which emotion will describe you this Halloween?

 

 

Superhero Costumes

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Rocket Raccoon Costume - Shop       Toddler Wonder Woman Costume - Shop

Spider-Man Costume - Shop       Batman Costume - Shop

Violet Incredibles Costume - Shop       Superman Costume - Shop

 

Since the beginning of comic book time, superheroes have been a pop culture staple for people of all ages. Many of the comics have been transformed into movies and television shows, resulting in kids incorporating superhero personas into their creative playtime. Quite often, that desire to fight crime and save the day will translate to Halloween, so if you buy one superhero costume for your child, don’t expect it to be your last!

 

 

Frozen Costumes

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Elsa Prestige Costume - Shop       Anna Coronation Costume - Shop

Olaf Costume - Shop       Elsa Costume - Shop       Anna Costume - Shop

 

The Frozen wave that consumed the nation last year still hasn’t fizzled out, and the famous Disney movie will arguably be a trending Halloween costume again in 2015. With the release of the Frozen Fever short and the announcement of Frozen 2, the nation hasn’t been able to "Let it Go." If your child desperately wants an Elsa costume for Halloween, the good news is we've got 'em, and she will likely wear it time and time again!

 

 

Ninja Turtles Costumes

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Leonardo Costume - Shop       Shredder Costume - Shop       Toddler Donatello Costume - Shop

Raphael Tutu Costume - Shop       Michelangelo Costume - Shop

 

Whether it is in live action or cartoon form, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been around for quite some time. Luckily, Ninja Turtles costumes are always a popular choice so you can use them year after year and pass them down from one child to the next. Now for the hard part: which Ninja Turtle and style of costume is the best? It’s okay, we can’t choose either.

 

 

Mario Costumes

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Yoshi Costume - Shop       Princess Peach Costume - Shop       Toad Costume - Shop

Mario Costume - Shop       Toddler Luigi Costume - Shop       Bowser Costume - Shop

Girls Mario Costume - Shop       Luigi Costume - Shop

 

We first met Mario (originally named Jumpman) in the 1981 Donkey Kong arcade game. In 1982, he was given the name Mario and became known for his missions to save Princess Toadstool (Princess Peach) from Bowser. To this day, he’s still the main face of Nintendo games and continues to be a popular icon along with his brother, Luigi. If you’re looking for a group costume for all your children, this franchise provides the perfect combinations.

 

Which popular kids Halloween costume idea will spark an interest with your child(ren) this year? Do you have any other popular costume predictions? Let us know in the comments below! For more costume ideas, head on over to our huge Halloween costumes for kids section!

Leigh Wendinger

 Leigh is HalloweenCostumes.com’s Inbound Marketing Manager and a lover of all things fun and adorable, specifically Minions and puppies. (They're tied for first.) For Halloween this year, she plans to recreate Kristin Wiig's Saturday Night Live character, Dooneese. She realizes this will involve sacrificing a few dolls, but is willing to do whatever it takes to win costume contests. Is that baaaaaddddd?


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