Looking for a DIY Taylor Swift Look What You Made Me Do? You are in the right spot!
Y’all might know that I get super hype for Halloween. I love decorating and making costumes and this year I made an effort to have my costume early in advance to share with you before Halloween. You’re welcome.
This year I am obsessed with the new Taylor Swift single Look What You Made Me Do and I was of course in love with the cat burglar look from the vault of the music streaming service. You know the one! So, I had to figure out how to DIY it myself. It was so much fun!
I also shared some of my other ideas for Taylor Swift Look What You Made Me Do costumes. Click over and check them out!
Some of my past favorite blogged DIY Halloween costumes:
DIY Taylor Swift Look What You Made Me Do Cat Mask Halloween Costume
- black sweat shirt
- tiger patch
- rose patches
- green glitter glue
- plastic bat
- gold paint
- electrical tape
- cat mask
- red over the knee boots
There were 2 main DIY aspects of the costume – the sweatshirt and the baseball bat.
The sweatshirt and the mask are what will make any Swiftie instantly recognize this look, so definitely focus there.
I then used green glitter glue to write BLIND FOR LOVE on the bottom part of the sweatshirt. This glitter can be kind of thin so do a few coats to make it really pop.
The boots are from Charlotte Russe, only because I could get them under $30. I was shocked that I actually really like them!
Other inexpensive alternatives would be knee high red socks or painting old thrifted boots. You just want something red and knee high, and preferably, hot!
The cat mask is from eBay and is honestly really hot and very sweaty. But, it is a bomb look with pretty cool whisker details. Don’t wear this and drive, folks.
I like a costume with a mask because you don’t have to bother with elaborate hair and makeup. No one wants to see your face with this look!
Of course I made a video for y’all sharing the whole DIY process. Enjoy!
What are you being for Halloween? Any front runners? Leave me a comment and let me know if you try to DIY this costume!
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