While Halloween 2020 might be a little different than previous years, we can still have some fun planning Halloween costumes with the kids. These Halloween costumes for Dallas kids will show your DFW pride, we guarantee it. Scroll through to pick your fave!

 

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Dallas Cowboy

You can join the Dallas Cowboys nation at any age and we love this option for a costume that is, BONUS, comfortable and reusable. Snag the look with helmet here

 

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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader

You can't root for the home team without your own cheerleading squad. This oh-so-cute costume is perfect for those little cheerleaders in your house. 

You can find this costume here and the poms to go along with it here

 

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7-Eleven Slurpee

Let's honor the Dallas roots of everyone's favorite convenience store, 7-Eleven, with this totally awesome Slurpee costume. I'm sure it would get you a free Slurpee if you went trick-or-treating at your neighborhood 7-Eleven. 

 

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Cowboy/Cowgirl

How cute is this as an option for a family costume? Head on over to the Fort Worth stockyards in this costume that you can rustle up from gear you likely already have around the house. The red bandana brings it all together. 

 

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Big Tex

Take your cowboy costume to a whole other level and deck your little one out as the most iconic cowboy of all, Big Tex. 

 

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J.R. Ewing

Looking for a more retro costume option? J.R. Ewing is an excellent choice for all those Dallas fans out there. 

 

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Fletcher's Corny Dog

Pay homage to your kid's favorite food, the Fletcher's Corny Dog, with this costume that you could easily assemble with some felt and hot glue. Perfect for all you DIY types. 

 

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Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Deck your sweetie out in flowers from head to toe and they can go as everyone's favorite, the Dallas Arboretum. Good to know: the Arboretum is an awesome spot to visit this time of year! 

American Airlines Pilot

Snag this pilot's hat and reuse that navy suit that only comes out for family photos and you are on your way to making an awesome American Airline's pilot costume. 

 

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Taco

Show your love for all things Tex-Mex by making this delicious costume. As locals in the big D know, El Fenix claims to be the inventor of the taco and we are here for all things Tex-Mex. 

 

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The Reunion Tower

If you've got a handy parent around the house, this costume will totally knock the neighbors socks off. Deck out your little one in a light up ball costume and they can go as the famous Reunion Tower. Bonus, you won't have any trouble spotting them if they run off down the street in the dark. 

 

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Robocop

This one takes some mad DIY skills but we know you have it in you. Robocop was filmed in Dallas and it would make a super-fun Halloween costume for kids or adults. 

—Kate Loweth

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