Scary twin Halloween costumes
You’ll be in line with the origin of Halloween if you pick out scary twin Halloween costumes. Even though the origin of Halloween is disputed, many believe Halloween originates from the Celtic pagan festival of Samhain. Samhain means ‘Summer’s End’ and was celebrated to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the “darker half” of the year. It was believed that the walls between our world and the next became thin and porous, allowing spirits to pass through and come back to life on the day. Think ghosts, skeletons or do a remake of your favorite horror movie, like the picture below of the twins from The Shining.
The Shining twins (left) versus twins with daggers in their hearts.
Fraternal twins Ruby & Talon really know how to make Halloween look scary.
Twin fictional character costumes – hero and villain
There are lots of different costumes to choose from in the hero/villain category. Both twins can be heroes or villains or they can choose to be one of each.
4-old Spidergirl & Supergirl versus Captain America & Batman.
Batgirls rule the world…
…With help from these Superkids.
Superheroes Walther & Viggo at 1 year old and 2 years old. They were able to fit the same costumes two years in a row.
Batman villains Joker & Penguin versus Power Rangers.
Twin fictional character costumes – movies & tales
Seek inspiration in books or from movies, TV-shows, cartoons, and in fairy tales. There are plenty to choose from.
Alice & the Queen of Hearts from the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (left) versus Jack Skellington & Sally from the film The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Oompa-Loompas from Roald Dahl’s book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Disney characters (left) versus Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (right).
Monsters from the American computer-animated comedy film Monsters Inc. versus vampire & dinosaur girl.
Mermaid Ariel & lion (left) versus mermaid & fairy.
Peter Pan And Tinker Bell versus fairy tale girls.
Bert & Ernie (left) versus 2,5 year old twins dressed as Cookie & Elmo from the U.S. children’s television show Sesame Street (left).
Twins dressed as characters from the film Ghostbusters (left) versus Rosa from the Danish children’s television show Rosa from Rouladegade.
Peter Pan & his shadow versus Winnie the Pooh & one of his pals, Eeyore.
Fraternal twins and 12-months younger little sister dressed as characters from The Wizard of Oz in 2008 versus in 2010 where they were dressed as Simon, Alvin & Theodore from Alvin and the Chipmunks.
Scarecrow and the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz.
Four year old twins dressed as Buzz & Woody from the film Toy Story.
Fraternal twins and 12-months younger little sister dressed as characters from the movie Enchanted.
Twin Halloween costumes – cute & funny
You never go wrong if you go cute or funny for Halloween. See a few ideas below – regardless of what you choose, most people will find your twins adorable… just because they’re twins!
Plants versus Zombies – Rose and Sunflower goes berserk.
Fraternal twins and 12 months younger little sister as candidates in 2015 versus rock, paper, scissors in 2016.
Thing 1 & 2 (left) versus “the twin coaster.”
Food-inspired twin costumes
Spaghetti & meatball, salt & pepper shakers, PB&J, or your favorite Halloween candy – there are many ways to go as long as they go together.
Spaghetti & meatball versus salt & pepper shakers.
Hotdog & burger versus fraternal twins and 12-months younger little sister as snap, crackle and pop.
The Danish licorice brand Ga-Jol
Twin sports costumes
Twin costumes – way back when
Think about different centuries or decades and add your own fantasy touch if you please.
Native american & cowgirl versus missionary & native american.
Glamorous cowgirl versus pirate.
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
Girls dressed up as 80’s rock stars and going trick-or-treating.
Twin Halloween animal costumes
Cat & unicorn girls versus cat & elephant boys.
Fraternal twins and 12 months younger little sister as Three Blind Mice.
We thank the mothers of twins who’ve shared their ideas for twin Halloween costumes with us. If you’d like to share yours, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org