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Alice In Wonderland Halloween Costumes You'll Go Mad For

Hop down the rabbit hole with us and check out our favorite Alice in Wonderland costume ideas. Whether you want to be authentic, scary, or playful, these ideas meet all your Halloween needs.

The Original Alice

The Original Alice

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There's no better way to do Alice in Wonderland than going as the innocent child herself. Just be sure you have blonde hair, or at least a wig, otherwise people may confuse you with Belle.

Must haves:

  • Blue dress
  • White apron
  • Blonde hair
  • Black bow

Photo: Melinda's Costumes

Tim Burton's Alice

Tim Burton's Alice

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Tim Burton's take on this timeless film is a little creepier (surprise, surprise) so if you'd rather lean toward the edgy side, this is the version for you.

Must haves:

  • Blue corset and tea-length skirt
  • Blonde curls
  • Dainty, fingerless gloves

Photo: IMDB

The Original Queen of Hearts

The Original Queen of Hearts

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Get ready to scream "Off with your head!" to everyone you meet as you slip into this royal tyrant's character.

Must haves:

  • Red and yellow dress
  • Gold crown
  • A tendency to overreact

Photo: Tumblr

Tim Burton's Queen of Hearts

Tim Burton's Queen of Hearts

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Honestly, if we were doing the Queen of Hearts we'd rock Burton's version over the cartoon. It's just so much more figure-flattering, not to mention the EPIC makeup.

Must haves:

  • Red and gold dress with hearts
  • Red wig
  • Blue eye shadow

Photo: Cosplay Idol

The Original Cheshire Cat

The Original Cheshire Cat

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You'll be anything but invisible in bright purple and pink with this purrfect costume. The best part: you can be as simple or intricate as you want! However, if you're off to any contests, we recommend going all out.

Must haves:

  • Purple and pink striped clothing
  • Fluffy tail
  • Pink and purple ears

Photo: Tumblr

Tim Burton's Cheshire Cat

Tim Burton's Cheshire Cat

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If pink and purple just aren't your colors, then go for Burton's blue and gray version. Honestly it doesn't matter which way you go, you'll end up in the same place.

Must haves:

  • Blue and gray striped attire
  • Slimmer tail
  • A wicked grin

Photo: Deviant Art

The Original Mad Hatter

The Original Mad Hatter

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Get a little goofy as the Mad Hatter! Wishing everyone a very merry un-birthday is optional, but encouraged.

Must haves:

  • Giant hat
  • Orange, long jacket
  • Teal pants and bow tie

Photo: Flickr

Tim Burton's Mad Hatter

Tim Burton's Mad Hatter

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Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter? Really, there's no one better. With the giant hat and the right makeup no one will question which character you are.

Must haves:

  • Gray hat
  • Red wig
  • Confusing riddles

Photo: Cos Couture

The Original White Rabbit

The Original White Rabbit

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If you're running late on picking your Halloween costume, this little dude is the perfect solution. Just grab your ears and jacket and you'll be ready for that very important date!

Must haves:

  • White ears/tail
  • Red jacket/gray pants
  • Over-sized pocket watch

Photo: Every Little Thing

Tim Burton's White Rabbit

Tim Burton's White Rabbit

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A little less cuddly, maybe, but Burton's version of the White Rabbit is so much easier to create. We bet you won't even be able to finish a cup of tea before it's ready.

Must haves:

  • Purple jacket/red bow tie
  • White ears/tail
  • An over-sized pocket watch

Photo: DIY Maniacs

The Original Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

The Original Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

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This is the perfect pair costume. Their twins so all you need to do is make/buy two of whatever you get. You can go with skirts, tutus, or pants, it doesn't matter as long as you both do the same.

Must haves:

  • Yellow shirt/red bottoms
  • Blue bow tie
  • Red caps/yellow flags

Photo: The Mom Creative

Tim Burton's Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum

Tim Burton's Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum

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Burton's version is also just as easy to create! However be careful, if you skip the suspenders everyone is going to assume you're mimes, until you start finishing each other's sentences that is.

Must haves:

  • Black and white striped shirt/black pants, red accents
  • Black shoes
  • Someone who kind of looks like you

Photo: Ellen Degeneres

The White Queen

The White Queen

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Burton's version brings a new character: the White Queen. Although her sister usurped her, we say you'll rule any Halloween party in this elegant attire.

Must haves:

  • White dress/lace gloves
  • White hair/wig
  • Dark lipstick

Photo: Deviant Art

For the BFF's

For the BFF's

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Regardless which version, Wonderland's characters pair up nicely for you and your bestie. There are countless of combinations but here's our favorites: Alice/White Rabbit, Alice/Queen of Hearts, Cheshire Cat/The Caterpillar, The Mad Hatter/The White rabbit. And of course, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, but everyone does that.

Photo: Pop Sugar

Deck of Cards

Deck of Cards

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If all else fails you can easily turn yourself into one of the cards. Simply paint your desired number and suit (preferably hearts) on white fabric and cut some holes. Of course you could also make a cardboard cut-out, just be sure whichever way you do it, you have a red hood and a paint brush.

Photo: Stitch, Scrap, Sew

Be Creepy

Be Creepy

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Forget the Disney fluff and the safe characters, if you want a look that's to die for, creepify your characters. A little strategically placed red paint and dark, circular eyeliner is all you need, but you can go as far as being zombie Alice or the undead Hatter or even a chill-inducing White Rabbit. Trust us, you'll frighten either way.

Photo: Deviant Art

Helpful DIY's

Helpful DIY's

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Hello DIY! Buying costumes can be expensive, instead DIY your characters' essential accessories with these tutorials we found.

Photo: DIY Inspired, Bunny Baubles, Lia Griffith, Home Hinges

Try Tutus

Try Tutus

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Blue for Alice, red/black for the Queen of Hearts, pink/purple for the Cheshire Cat—well you get the idea. You can buy them from Etsy or make em yourself! You'll need ribbon and tulle in your desired colors.

Photo: Etsy

Go for Steam Punk

Go for Steam Punk

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A trendy look in the cosplay universe, steam punk styles work great for Alice in Wonderland Costumes. Slip on some striped tights, toss your hair in pig tails and turn your accessories into futuristic weapons. It's less traditional and sure to stand out among the other mad people.

Photo: Deviant Art

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