10 American Made Halloween Costumes

We’re counting down to the spookiest holiday of the year, but we also need to look the part! Here are ten of our favorite Made in America Halloween outfitters, for big kids, little kids and pets alike. 


The Radical Thread Co delivers snuggly warmth for trick-or-treating on chilly almost-November evenings. We love the Where The Wild Things Are onesie for your tots!



For the ultimate in historic Halloween numbers, Heritage Costumes has your pirate, flapper and revolutionary war-themed needs covered.


Wikki Stix You’d be amazed by just how creative you can get with these flexible, American Made sticks. Hats, accessories and more are just a few bends away.


The Modcloth Made in America section includes space-age dresses, spooky sweatshirts, and intricate tights for gothic-inspired looks.


Bjork’s swan dress has never looked cuter. And that’s just one of the offerings from The Wishing Elephant’s adorable kids line. 


Martha Stewart We can’t forget pet costumes! Martha Stewart’s Halloween line isn’t just about decor and munchies – it’s got plenty for your pup, as well. 


Need some kooky tights to anchor your outfit? Zara Terez’s Made in NY printed leggings will keep you warm and dressed for Halloween success. We especially love the Jack-O-Lantern leggings. screencapture-store-americanapparel-net-halloween-costumes_cat1750829-1445359641555

Looking to DIY? American Apparel are all about the basics, and all about creativity. Take a look at their annual costume edit for some serious #inspo.


Natural Earth Face Paint After all, what’s a costume without a little war paint? Non-toxic, made from over 70% certified organic ingredients and Made in America, you can’t step a foot wrong with Natural Earth’s opaque face frostings.

Splashing out with a large-scale event or shoot? Mike Jubie and the team at American Made Monster Studios spend the better part of the year creating the creatures of your nightmares for Ulster Park’s Headless Horseman Hayride and Haunted House. They also make costumes fit for TV at their Kingston location, and do prop rentals if you want to dial up the spooky drama. 

Looking to make your own Made in USA costumes? Talk to one of our 8,000+ domestic factories.

Cover image by Randy Robertson. Image was cropped for reuse. License found here.

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