Halloween Costumes Inspired By Movie/Show Characters

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Halloween is right around the corner and who isn’t excited to rage them parties with the most exciting Halloween outfits?

“But what if I have to wear my prescription glasses?”

Well, with tons of outfit inspiration from characters with glasses, that’s absolutely not a problem!

Trust me! I have aced so many Halloween outfits with glasses in characters of Velma, Meg Griffin, Austin Powers, and Dexter. Even if you don’t want to put on contact lenses, you can still pull together a great outfit without having to sacrifice your eyesight on Halloween eve.

Check out these Halloween outfit ideas inspired by movie/TV show characters who wear glasses. All of them are super easy to put together and will surely not burn a hole in your pocket.

Walter White from “Breaking Bad”

Walter White is the main character of AMC’s Breaking Bad. The show revolves around his transformation from an innocent human to a wanted criminal for his drug operations. Walter White’s “Heisenberg” alias is one of the most popular Halloween characters in the parties. To achieve his look, you need a bald cap, a black Fedora hat, a badness beard, and thin-rimmed metal glasses.

Velma from “Scooby-Doo”

Velma Dinkley is a character in the very popular cartoon show, Scooby-Doo. Velma can be generally seen wearing an oversized, high-neck, orange sweater with a red coloured mini skirt, or sometimes an A-line skirt or a pair of shorts. Another thing peculiar to her outfit is her pair of black square glasses that she would lose frequently.

Tobias Funke from “Arrested Development”


Tobias Onyango Fünke is the main character of Arrested Development. This character is extremely popular for Halloween parties for its epic scene where he paints himself blue to gain entry into the Blue Man Group. Find a stretchable ink blue outfit, paint your head blue, wear round, thin-rimmed men’s glasses, and say this out loud- “I just blue myself”.

Dexter from “Dexter’s Laboratory”


Dexter’s Laboratory features an 11-year-old boy who has a hidden laboratory in his room where he puts his genius brain into action and performs crazy experiments. Wear a lab coat, pull on purple gloves, and black pants. Don’t forget to put on those blue lensed glasses for a sinister look.

Meg Griffin from “Family Guy”


Megan Griffin is the eldest sibling in her family who is a scapegoat for all other members and receives the least attention from her parents. To play Meg Griffin, wear a plain white t-shirt under a plain pink t-shirt. Next, wear a pair of baggy blue jeans and place her signature pink beanie on your head. Finally, complete the look with 80s round women’s glasses.

Ralphie from “A Christmas Story”


The Christmas story is narrated by adult Ralphie Parker who is reminiscing about Christmas when he was nine years old and wanted a Red Ryder gun as a Christmas present. Though he finally received it, he manages to do the exact thing which was the reason his parents were denying him the gun- shooting himself in the eye. To pull this character off, get into a bunny outfit, along with a pair of round glasses, for a funny bunny Halloween costume.

Garth Alger from “Wayne’s World”


Wayne’s best friend, Garth Alger is an introvert, who is also a nerd. Though a nervous guy, he never fails to make us laugh too hard. For his look, you need a white t-shirt, a purple plaid shirt, and a blonde frizzy wig. To make this outfit more affordable, you can look for cheap glasses online for his nerdy, black rectangular glasses.

Steve Urkel from “Family Matters”


Steven Quincy Urkel is the most popular character from ABC’s sitcom Family Matters. To cosplay Steve Urkel, you will need a horizontally striped t-shirt with a pair of dark blue jeans, a fashion suspender, and of course, his classic nerdy glasses with a strap.

Tina Belcher from “Bob’s Burgers”


Tina Ruth Belcher is the oldest child of her family. A hopeless romantic, Tina is a girl with a powerful drive. She possesses minimum social skills and can be easily influenced. Become Tina Belcher with a plain blue t-shirt, a dark blue mini skirt, a bob-cut wig, matched with her black square frames.

Robin Hood from Robin Hood


If you have a penchant for the middle ages, Robin Hood is the safest and easiest way to go. Channel your inner heroic outlaw easily with a medieval-themed cape or cloak to hide your identity. Don’t forget the iconic bow and arrow to complete the look.