20+ Awesomely Accessible Halloween Costumes

Diply 26 Sep 2018

Halloween is a magical time of year, whether you're into ghosts and goblins and skeletons or you're more of a unicorns and princesses person. And it's a time to give free reign to your inner crafter and let your creative juices flow.

Sometimes, you just need a little inspiration to get going, though, so here's some inspiration we can all get behind: costumes just for kids in wheelchairs. So much work has gone into them, and the smiles they've put on kids' faces show how worthwhile it all was.

1. I never would have thought of this, but you have to admit that this Hogwarts Express costume is truly magical.

Reddit | BackyardNinjaKids

And she didn't even need to find Platform 9 3/4!

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2. An impressive amount of work went into this kid's Paw Patrol costume, and judging by that big grin, all that work paid off.

Reddit | G3g3nsch3in

Looks like it has plenty of room for candy inside, too!

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3. When you realize that the headlights on this Optimus Prime costume actually light up, you really appreciate it.

Imgur | AnnArborBuck

They work with the costume, and they make trick or treating so much safer.

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4. This boy got an absolutely amazing costume to go with his wheelchair, especially for a HALO fan: a Warthog with a working turret.

Reddit | SLOTH_POTATO_PIRATE

Of course, it just fires Nerf darts, but still, that's some awesome work.

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5. This girl's mother made her a bright, beautiful, glowing jellyfish for Halloween!

Reddit | BloodShade9

It's downright majestic, creative and well executed, and again, much safer for trick or treating with those lights lit up.

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6. This boy's parents made him a cool tank costume, with what looks like dry ice creating a smoky effect in the barrel.

Reddit | Viper20220k

Also, let's take a moment to appreciate those tank treads.

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7. You can't ask for a better How To Train Your Dragon costume than this one of Hiccup riding Toothless.

Imgur | rIOsK

And as a bonus, those boots look perfect for a cool October night.

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8. I am in awe of this boy's Ghostbusters costume —  and again, those headlights work.

Imgur | RyanSMiller

As do the speakers, to play the classic Ecto-1 siren and the theme music. Just some impressive work!

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9. Another year, the same boy got to go out in this incredible snow speeder costume.

Imgur | RyanSMiller

For some extra authenticity, those guns work — they fire Nerf darts loaded with glow sticks to make them look like laser cannons.

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10. Of course, Star Wars is a popular choice, even if you don't end up going with the light side options.

Imgur | henriksen1

This Darth Vader/TIE Fighter costume might not have the best peripheral vision, but it's still pretty awesome. Glad they've got that light saber for visibility's sake, too.

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11. This family embraced the Force as well, with a huge X-Wing costume.

Reddit | 4everbulk

But as large as it is, the wings fold up to make navigating tight spaces — and possibly trench runs — a little bit easier.

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12. And then there's this family, who went all out with the X-Wing as well. 

Reddit | ralphles21

Honestly one of the best X-Wings I've seen out there, and the whole family is into it.

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13. Mario Kart is an excellent source of inspiration, too, as this kid's colorful Yoshi kart costume shows.

Reddit | Perditions_Sun

I'm sure this guy collected much more than just banana peels that Halloween!

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14. Likewise, this kid went with the classic Italian plumber Mario Kart look, and you have to admit, he's rocking that 'stache.

Reddit | chiron1

I'd watch out for flying turtle shells around this guy!

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15. Okay, this kid's Ant Man costume is giving me some serious Halloween envy.

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I really want to know how his folks got the legs on the ant he's riding to move like that.

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16. What a stroke of brilliance to make this kid's Superman costume so he appears to fly over metropolis.

Reddit | kdanson

Can't you just picture this kid zooming around the neighborhood for Halloween?

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17. A lot of time, cardboard, paint, and love went into this Star Wars snow speeder costume.

Imgur | FixerRobs

And it's the first we've seen with damage painted on the sides, which looks totally cool.

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18. This kid looks overjoyed to be at the wheel of a spooky school bus for Halloween.

Imgur | YouCantKeepJetpackingAwayFromYourProblemsBrian

And again, the headlights work, and the stop sign appears to have some nice reflective tape on it.

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19. This guy is prepared for a serious candy haul with some bonus storage in his digger's shovels, if he needs it.

Reddit | kevonicus

Who are we kidding, he'll definitely fill that thing with goodies.

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20. This young San Jose Sharks fan got to celebrate his fandom and Halloween with an epic Zamboni costume.

Imgur | avey24

Some amazing artwork, and don't we all want to drive the Zamboni?

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21. Hands down the most spooktacular Halloween costume we've seen is this Pennywise outfit, complete with red balloon outside a sewer grate.

Reddit | not_today_santa

Just don't want to watch the movie beforehand.

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22. You have to love how this train costume incorporates a spot for a sibling to ride along as the engineer.

Reddit | wilkette

All aboard the Trick or Treat Express, next stop: Candytown!

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23. Father and son combined for this amazing Pokémon costume, with Pikachu ready to be called upon inside the poké ball.

Reddit | AnnArborBuck

You have to think they're going to catch all the goodies!

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24. And hey, why not prep for the next big holiday right away? This Santa's sleigh costume might not be the easiest to navigate, but it's too awesome to overlook.

Reddit | bzzltyr

And she even has Rudolph in the lead!

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