Halloween is just around the corner, and it's time to start thinking about your costume! If you're a fan of Disney-Pixar's "Coco," then why not pay homage to the film by dressing up as everyone's favorite abuelita, Coco's grandmother? Here's a guide to help you create the perfect Abuelita costume.
Don't forget Abuelita's signature stance, though! Be ready to berate anyone who crosses your path, or give those who deserve it a loving pat on the back.
How To Dress Like Abuelita From Coco
Dress like Abuelita from Coco;
Abuelita is always dressed in her traditional Mexican dress. You can easily find a similar style at a local costume or thrift store, or even create your own with a brightly colored maxi skirt and blouse. Add some lace or ruffles for extra flair.
Abuelita's hair is always styled in a tight bun. If you have long hair, simply put it up in a bun and secure with bobby pins. If you have short hair, you can try using a wig or hair extension.
To really bring the costume together, add some finishing touches! Abuelita is never seen without her pearls, so make sure to wear a strand around your neck. You can also add some gold earrings, a fan, and a basket filled with bread (for those who need a snack).
Abuelita Halloween Costume
Abuelita is the nickname of Coco's grandmother, and boy oh boy, is she a character! This feisty senior citizen is the definition of a boss lady. She's always got her shawl on point, her hair in a tight bun, and her pearls gleaming. But don't be fooled by her chic appearance—Abuelita means business!
With her no-nonsense attitude and a voice that could shatter glass, Abuelita will put any mischievous child in their place. But don't worry, she's got a heart of gold, too! Just give her a chance to sing a song or share a story, and she'll melt even the coldest of hearts.
So, if you're looking for a Halloween costume that's equal parts spooky and sweet, look no further than Abuelita! Just make sure you're ready to shout "¡Ay, caramba!" at the drop of a hat.
PS: If you run into Abuelita on the street, it's best to bring some sweet bread. Trust us, it's a peace offering that will do wonders!