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13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers

Spooky season is coming, and everybody started to look for some costume ideas. Here are some STEM-related costumes for Halloween.

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Rubik’s Cube was most of our childhood trauma. It was hard to solve this complicated cube. So spoil yourself with a dress of it this Halloween. It won’t be that hard to wear it,  we guess.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Speaking of childhood classics, Lego’s were the favorite toys of the last decade. Nowaday’s civil engineers were probably playing with Lego’s and building things with them. It’s an officially licensed product. If you want to be different and “edgy” this Halloween, you can try it.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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We will have robotic parts and will be a cyborg in the future. But now we have to settle for what we got now, robot costumes! This robot is the right choice if you want to look like a real one, with a little bit of creepiness.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Simple but effective costume idea for Halloween. You won’t have any struggles; everybody can say who you are. Excellent choice to save your energy for the games, not to choose a fancy costume.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Being a space explorer is such a cool and different way of living. Why don’t you make your childhood dream come true this Halloween? It’s easy to wear, and you can move comfortably in the party. Also, webbing straps have parachute buckles to resemble a safety harness. You can choose any color you like.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Our yellow buddy likes eating dots and hanging around the labyrinths. It looks like being Pac-Man is easy. But don’t forget, you should be running from all the ghosts.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Here’s another cute idea from our childhood. It’s one-size-fits-most and one of the most comfortable costume ideas. But be careful if you’re not ok with people pressing your buttons.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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If you’re a real scientist or not, you can rock being one. You can use the hair that comes with the kit, or better; you can use your own hair and create that effect with hair spray.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Edward’s body, especially his hands, is an excellent example of mechanics and engineering. He looks weird and uncomfortable overall, but let’s focus on how he looks like a scary gun and how it represents the Halloween spirit.

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13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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To the moon and back! Step into this costume, zip it up, switch the fan on, wait a minute, and you’re ready to go. It’s easy to use and seems pretty cool!

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Just like Jet-pack one, this has a fan in it too. It’s one of the different-looking costumes. Also, it’s one size fits most adults. So you have to be ready to be picked up.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Now you’re the one who can will kidnap people. But don’t, instead of doing that walk around and explore the Earth! You can pick the size that will fit you and then, you’re ready to go!

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13. Marvel Heroes

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Who doesn’t like Avengers? You can choose whoever you want to be; Iron Man, Captain America, Captain Marvel or others. There’s a bunch of options when it comes to picking costume as a hero. Or just switch sides, you can be Thanos too.

13+ Halloween Costume Ideas for STEM Lovers
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Let’s end this list with a classic joke. Pumpkin Pi doesn’t count as a t-shirt, but everybody knows that this t-shirt is an effortless and fun way to show people that you’re in the STEM community. 

Happy Halloween!

Source: Interesting Engineering