Between Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel and new shows on Disney+, there is quite the selection of new Disney offerings this year. And we say: Keep them coming! With every new movie or series, we just get more inspiration for Disney family costumes. We've rounded up Halloween ideas for our favorite characters in all sizes for easy group costumes. Whether you're looking for a coordinated sibling set, best-friend costumes, an extended family costume or a "Mommy & Me" look, we've got ideas for gatherings of all different types. (And not into the whole Disney thing? Not to worry, we also have other ideas for babies, toddlers and big kids.)
So, which direction are you going to go in? This year alone, we saw the release of Raya and the Last Dragon, Luca, Loki, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision — and there's still Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and The Jungle Cruise to come. So are you going to be a water dragon, or a sea monster? A super hero, or a witch just coming into her powers? Or will you choose a classic Disney combo instead? With these group costumes, the kids get to steal the spotlight, but we've thought of fun ways for adults to get in on the act, too, because you never really get too old to dress up.
Get your kids ready to unite the lands with this Raya costume. Then you can step in and be Sisu — aka the fun part. Raya costumes are only in kid sizes, but Sisu goes from kid to adult.
Can't stop talking about the first female-led Avengers movie, even after all these years? Then you have to dress up as Captain Marvel. Dress your kid as the same for a Mommy & Me Halloween.
The best thing about Cruella is definitely the costumes, so your kid might want to step into this dress so much, they won't mind the whole turns-into-a-villain thing.
And since every villain needs a henchman, adults can transform into Cruella's right-hand with this Horace shirt and brown cap.
Shuri is the super sister who proves that knowledge really is power. Back her and T'Challa up as one of the members of the Dora Milaje.
It's taken way too long for Black Widow to get her own movie, but it's worth it, because we get this super-cool all-white suit. Add a black vest if she wants to be Yelena Belova instead.
And if the kids want to be Natasha and Yelena, that means you're available to step into Melina Vostokoff's black catsuit.
And no family would be complete without Alexei Shostakov. (If you don't like this look of David Harbour's, you can drop the Disney pretense and wear his Hawaiian shirt from Stranger Things instead.)
Mulan came out while everyone was still watching movies from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That means that Mulan costumes didn't really get their chance to shine, so break them out again for this year.
The Loki series on Disney+ may have renewed an interest in the Trickster God. And, with that amazing headpiece, who wouldn't want to dress up as the Frost Giant?
If your kid wants to dress as Loki, you might want to be part of the Time Variance Authority to give everyone the heads-up that no time branches will be created on Halloween. Then again, if you want to be more mischievous, you can dress as your own variant.
You can DIY this Jungle Cruise hero pretty easily with a striped shirt, red ascot and chunky suspenders, or just get this shirt, where it's all printed on there for you.
The same goes for the Jungle Cruise heroine, played by Emily Blunt. It's a look that says you're ready for adventure.
And if you're dressing as folks from the Jungle Cruise, pay homage to the original Disneyland ride by bringing along a little hippo. (Be careful! They're cute, but they attack!)
This Mad Hatter costume is modeled after the theatrical live-action version of Alice in Wonderland rather than the cartoon. And what's a Hatter without an Alice? These looks will get them so excited, they'll do the Futterwacken.
What could be sweeter than brothers dressed as brothers? Barley, from the Pixar fantasy Onward, has sort of a rock and roll style.
Ian, Barley's brother, has more of a preppy vibe. Preppy for an elf, that is. They'll have to decide for themselves who gets to be which brother.
Or should we say Captain America? After The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, kids are going to love this souped-up-looking suit.
Every Falcon needs a Bucky Barnes to keep him grounded. You can also get this in kid sizes if you have besties who want to go as the opposites-attract pair.
"Baby Yoda" aka "The Child" aka Grogu stole our hearts from the moment he first arrived, and our love only grew as he stole knobs, snuck eggs and used his Force powers this season. This costume is a no-fuss one, with just a cape (with attached hands) and a hood.
Of course, every baby Jedi needs a Mando standing behind him to protect him ... and sneak a few Reese's.
Talk about meta: On Halloween, you can dress the way Wanda and The Vision do in WandaVision — but their Halloween costumes are actually riffs on what they wear in the comics. You can also get the costumes that Pietro, Billy and Tommy wear in the same episode.
This pretty costume is a close interpretation of Princess Jasmine's outfit from the animated film. (The adult version also gets her outfit right, without being too revealing.) Then again, your child might prefer the pink Jasmine dress from the live-action movie — it's a stunner! Then all you need is an Aladdin and a Genie, because you ain't never had a friend like them.
Black Panther is forever. This King T'Challa costume is modeled after his Endgame look.
It's easy to DIY a Miguel costume with a red hoodie and some face paint, but this painted-on mesh look gives the costume an even more skeletal quality. You can use skeleton face paint and accessories for some of Miguel's family, as seen in the Land of the Dead in Coco.