3 Wickedly Stylish Disney Villain Costumes

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When it comes to Halloween, we always look to the Disney Villains for amazing costume inspiration. Their larger-than-life personalities—along with their bold, rich style—makes being a Disney Villain for Halloween so much fun. It’s a chance to step outside your regular style routine, and try something totally unique for your costume.

If you’re thinking about being a Disney Villain this year, we’ve got the perfect looks for you. These three fashion-forward costumes, completed with items from Party City, will definitely win you the “Most Stylish” costume award at any Halloween party.

You’ll make an entrance at every Halloween gathering with a costume inspired by Maleficent. Channel her sleek black style in a long dramatic dress and stylish boots. Of course, you can’t be Maleficent without her horns and jet black wings. An on-trend collar is the perfect accessory, while bright red lips will give your costume that signature Maleficent touch.


If you’re a fan of menswear, why not be the world’s most famous crook for Halloween? Captain Hook’s bold and colorful style will definitely make for a one-of-a-kind costume. The accessories are the key to this costume, which is why you’ll need a pirate hat, buckle shoes, and most importantly, a hook. To complete your look, pair a regal red blazer with burgundy pants and a white frilly blouse for a chic take on Captain Hook.


Cruella de Vil is the ultimate fashionable Disney Villain, making her one of our go-to characters for Halloween. Start with a black dress and add your favorite red heels and a pair of green stud earrings. Long red gloves and a red lip are definite must-have’s. To give your costume the ultimate de Vil touch, add a Cruella wig and and a maniacal laugh that’ll be the talk of any Halloween party.

For all things Halloween, visit Party City online and in store, for costumes, party supplies, and more! Because it’s not just Halloween, It’s Party City Halloween.

Posted 4 years Ago
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