DIY Devil Halloween Costumes for Women: 19 Perfectly Wicked Ideas
The best easy devil Halloween costume ideas to try this year
Below you’ll find a variety of devil costumes college girls and women will love.
When you’re in college, Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year. Festivities extend beyond just the day of All Hallow’s Eve — it’s usually an entire weekend or a whole week of fun!
Not only can you can wear more than one costume, but also you have every reason to. In this post we’ll cover some wicked cool ideas you can easily DIY and add to your Halloween costume rotation!
Here are 19 of the best DIY devil costumes for women.
19 Devil Costumes for Women
The beauty of dressing up as a devil is that there are so many ways to do it. Horns, tail, pitchfork, wings or no wings, the choice is yours!
P.S. If you have knee high boots now is the perfect time to break them out. And if you don’t…
Now is the perfect excuse to treat yourself to a pair. 😈
I love the deep red, velvety skirt and top paired with the unique metal horns here!
An all black outfit will really make your red accessories POP.
And of course all red everything is a great choice, too!
“Sins allowed this Halloweekend.”
A leotard works for both a devil costume and a nun costume. In fact, they’re kind of a match made in heaven.
These devil costumes may have been thrown together at the last minute, but damn do they absolutely slay!
You can’t go wrong with a ghoulish red cape and a matching outfit for your pet. Talk about devilishly cute!
A devil costume is always a perfect last minute idea because you build off of what you already have in your closet.
As shown in this example, a red dress, heels, and horns are all you need to look red hot on Halloween night.
Friends who dress up for Halloween together, stay together.
Angel and Devil Costumes for Best Friends
“Black as the devil, hot as hell. Pure as an angel, sweet as love.”
If you and your bestie dress up like this, you’ll easily be the cutest pair at any party.
They’ve got sugar, spice, and everything nice. If you feel like your outfit could use a little more flair, try adding a feather boa!
Not all angels are as angelic as you think. 😜
This take breaks the mold with a fun twist on the classic devil and angel costume. Switching the usual white angel getup with black wings and an all black outfit makes this idea wicked cool.
Serious or smiling, you’ve gotta admit these adorable best friends have got it going on.
Another shining example of how black and red are actually the perfect duo.
“Lookin at the devil and the angel on my shoulder.”
This devil costume idea for women is not only super cute, but also super simple. I love how this pair is totally rocking the look!
Instead of an angel your friend could even dress up as a unicorn!
Not only is this coordinating BFF devil and angel costume idea cute, but it’s also a cinch to DIY.
If you’re short on time and need something to wear quick, working with the clothes you already own can work out beautifully. Case and point above!
Devil Couples Costumes
I love the satirical spin this college couple went with for their costumes. Big exorcist vibes – only no terror and just fun.
How foxy is this couples costume?! I adore how they each have their own unique devilish look.
VIDEO: DIY Devil Costume Makeup Tutorial
As you’ve seen from the pictures above, it’s really easy to put together a devil Halloween costume. You can use red or black clothing and work with accessories you already own.
Here’s a video to give you one more cute outfit idea, plus a makeup look!
Final thoughts on woman devil costume examples
That wraps up this post with DIY devil costumes for women and college girls to wear on Halloween. Which one was your favorite?
If you’re going to parties and drinking this year – don’t drive! It’s not worth the risk. Call an uber, a sober friend, or even your mom.
I hope you have a very fun and safe Halloween!
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Charlie is the co-founder of College Life Made Easy and author of the book 175+ Things to Do Before You Graduate College. She’s a 2015 graduate who teaches overwhelmed students and parents of students how to confidently navigate the whole college thing. As a former broke college kid, she’s passionate about helping students develop the skills they need in order to thrive (instead of just survive), stress less, and actually enjoy the full college experience.