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I’ve done my fair share of costume-making over the years, everything from Little Red Riding Hood to the Big Bad Wolf, Elton John to Harry Potter, R2-D2 to The Spy Who Loved His Mommy. And when I run through my repertoire, a decidedly geeky thread shines through. Geek costumes are more interesting, cooler, and just plain fun. So have you gotten your geeky duds on lately?
Here’s a handy roundup of some of the geekiest costumes we’ve featured over the past few years.
One of our more popular posts last year was Goli’s discovery of a Banksy Flower Thrower costume:
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Of course, there’s a plethora of Star Wars inspired costumes, for humans and pets, including:
Susan Beal’s amazing Yoda costume

Natalie Zee Drieu’s Ewok costume for her little Lulu:
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No geeky costume roundup would be complete without some Katamari goodness:

Diana Eng came up with this cute Lego costume as part of a Quick Kids’ Halloween Costumes round up:
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Another popular costume is this amazing Crocheted Viking:
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And finally, this cute dog costume, takes us all the way back to 2009, just when the pirate fad was really hitting its stride:
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9 thoughts on “Geek Crafts: Geeky Costumes Roundup

  1. The cuteness of that Yoda costume is irresistible. But I have to say I hold a special place in my heart for Vikings, so that crochet really speaks to me. Rocking my own geek costume at a con last year: http://i405.photobucket.com/albums/pp133/ladyofnomads/diva2.jpg
    And my son’s varied geek dress-up adventures over the last couple years: Crow T. Robot http://i405.photobucket.com/albums/pp133/ladyofnomads/SDC10127.jpg
    Classic Riddler http://i405.photobucket.com/albums/pp133/ladyofnomads/SDC10176.jpg
    Ghostbuster http://i405.photobucket.com/albums/pp133/ladyofnomads/SDC10717.jpg

  2. Is that the Diva from The Fifth Element? It’s amazing! And we saw a couple of Ghostbusters at a block party last Halloween and the entire family thought it should go on the Future Costumes list. Thanks for sharing these, they’re awesome!

  3. Is there directions for the first costume pictured? I have a grandson who would love to make this.
    Thank you

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