25 Cute and Creative Halloween Costume Ideas for Twins

Ah, the joy of having twins! All siblings share a special bond, but twins are often inseparable. With October right around the corner, we decided to take a look at some Halloween costume ideas for twins to see what the little pairs are getting up to this Fall. Now, is the perfect time to come up with a cute costume idea for your twins as you’ll have an entire month to pull it off (or put it off).

One reason we suggest you get an early start is that finding ideas that everyone can agree on might be a struggle. One twin might want to do Toy Story inspired outfits while the other Lilo & Stitch. Stress compromise and cross your fingers because some of these will take a touch of luck. We took a deep dive in to twin Halloween costumes on social media to bring you some of our favorite pairings. Here are 25 terrific twin costumes you should try this Halloween.

Thing 1 & Thing 2

“These things will not bite you they want to have fun, then out of the box came thing two & thing one.” Cat in the Hat costumes are fairly easy to put together. You might prefer blue wigs over blue temporary dyes. This is a classic that’s never going out of style.

Lilo & Stitch

Here, we find the most adorable little Lilo & Stitch costumes. An excellent way to get your older kids to compromise it to choose inspiration from a movie or book they both love. These kids are so cute!

Ketchup & Mustard

While we don’t condone putting ketchup on anything other than french fries, here, the condiment costume looks so delicious! Ketchup and mustard are a winning combo and these costumes for 6-months-old twins, are also golden.

Two Peas

These twin brothers are outfitted as two peas in a pod. If you’re a talented knitter, you could spend a good deal of time on this knitted getup. However, there are other ways to achieve this look.

Wonder Women

What’s better than one Wonder Woman? Two Wonder Women! How brave do these two sisters look in their matching superhero outfits?

Bumble Bees

These costumes are the bee’s knees. If you want to give friends and family something to buzz about, snap a couple of pictures of your twins dressed as baby bees.

Salt & Pepper

One of the easiest twin costumes for DIY is salt and pepper. You don’t have to get these exact hats, feel free to construct something from construction paper or just repurpose black and white caps.

Nemo & Dory

These extremely creative Nemo and Dory costumes inspired by Finding Nemo are a winner. It was smart of this parent to include the balloons to really drive the concept home.

Golden Girls

Babies dressed as old people are always a hit! These twin costumes inspired by Golden Girls are a triumph. Cotton balls for white hair was a genius move.


Slinky Dog from Toy Story is another exceptional idea for twins. Get ready for the inevitable argument over who gets to be the head and who gets to be the tail.


Move over salt, pepper, ketchup, and mustard! We’ve got the burrito goodness we did not know we needed. Yes, we’re very much into these baby burritos.

Little Red & Big Bad

Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf are two characters that might work well for your little ones. We think these two might need a nap, but it’s probably because they’ve had such a wonderful day of trick or treating.

Woody & Forky

Toy Story inspires a ton of costumes for kids. Here, we find Woody and Forky ready to enjoy Halloween. The smiles on these two tell it all.

Wednesday & Pugsley

Wednesday and Pugsley Addams look like a creepy pair. Actually, they’re just plain adorable. This would also not be too difficult to pull off. Just raid the baby wardrobes for all the black you can find.

Star Wars Fam

The whole family got in on the Star Wars theme for their Halloween costumes. We especially love the idea of a baby Yoda and an Ewok together!

Chef’s Kiss

That’s one angry little chef! These twin boys are little slices of heaven in their pizza-inspired costumes.

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You don’t have to reinvent the wheel to come up with cute matching costumes for your twins. Simple, jack-o’-lantern onesies are always a good idea.


Here’s a genius costume idea that uses balloons to create a rainbow. Bonus points for turning trick or treat pails into pots of gold.

PB & J

Here are some very cute and stylish kids rocking peanut butter and jelly costumes. If your kids are old enough, employ them to craft toasts and all sorts of shapes to complete this look.


Well, Twinkies were already kind of cute, but these might be the two sweetest we’ve ever seen! We have no idea how one gets your hands on a giant Twinkie wrapper, but if you find out, please do.

NYC Tourists

Look at these little adventurers! From the outfits to the little props, this is how it’s done, folks.

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The parent of these twin girls shared this caption along with the image: “These ladies are gonna charge the lines, create the vortex, and break the barriers. Who you gonna call?”


????‍♀️ ! For fans of emoji, this should certainly appeal. Here are costumes with minimal effort and maximum impact. What a wonderful idea!

Thelma & Louise

Look at these little outlaws! This one will take a play car to pull off, but if you’ve got one and twin girls it might be worth a shot.

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Wilma & Betty

Yabba dabba doo! Here, we find the same twins who were dress as Thelma and Louise, dressed as Wilma and Betty from The Flinstones. A super easy costume idea that is instantly recognizable.

There you go! 25 cute twin Halloween costumes. You don’t have to go all out, but if you have some extra time on your hands, why not? Halloween is going to look and feel very different this year, but be sure to celebrate as best you can and keep yourself and your kids happy and healthy.

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