Costume Week: There’s a New Sheriff in Town


Sheriff Costume Tutorial

It’s that time of year again! Time to pull out a few thrift store finds from the bottom of the pile and create a fun costume for Halloween. My motto is quick and easy these days so I kept it pretty simple.

I started with a homemade fake suede skirt and a Roper dress that was a little too much of a good thing, but perfect for a sheriff costume.

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First, I simply cut off the bottom of the dress to make it into a shirt.

Notice the horseshoe fabric and the fake leather trim? Perfectly cheesy!

Sheriff Costume

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I then used my rotary cutter to cut fringe around  the bottom of the skirt.

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Add a belt, bandana, badge, some boots and wha-la….. a sheriff costume is born.

Sheriff Costume Tutorial

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Of course a sheriff costume wouldn’t be complete without a corny tin foil badge. 🙂

Sheriff Costume Tutorial

Sheriff Costume Tutorial

Sheriff Costume Tutorial

Whadda ya think- will I be able to keep those kindergarteners in line at our Halloween party now?

Sheriff Costume Tutorial

Thanks to my Ruggedly Handsome Husband for takin’ some time out outta his busy day to snap a few photos for me today.

Yeehaw, lookin’ good, honey!

ruggedly handsome husband

PS. This is a rerun post, but I thought you might like to see it again for Costume Week.

Have a great day!

Beth

 

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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4 Responses to Costume Week: There’s a New Sheriff in Town

  1. Happy trails! You are so damn cute!!

  2. Betsy Koontz Lute says:

    I love seeing this. I am in process of going thru my HUGE stash of thrifted clothes and decor fabric that takes up my garage… You remind me that things that still sing to me are worth saving. Yes i have to give LOTS of it. but you remind me of how i love make overs. Thank you.

    • Hi Betsy, It IS fun to find things you already have and give them a make over. I usually know it’s time to purge some of my stash when I can’t find what I need. Then it’s fun to send things out into the world so someone else can be creative with it. 🙂 Happy sewing!!!

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