23 Incredible Costume Ideas For People With Disabilities

We're lucky if our Halloween costumes show off our sense humor or our creativity. A costume that ticks both of those boxes is truly one for the books.

That's why we have to give it up for those with disabilities who take to Instagram to flaunt their costume creations. From building a DeLorean around their wheelchair to creating their very own magical Cinderella carriage, these Instagrammers have us seriously impressed. Whether they're preparing for Halloween or Comic Con, these costumed characters prove that a mobility aid can actually be a point of inspiration for elaborate and inspiring getups.

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Ahead, we've rounded up some of the coolest cosplays and most creative DIY costumes for people in wheelchairs, with prosthetic limbs, and more. Read on for some adapted Halloween inspo.

Cinderella

Via @cosplayamerica

E.T.

Via @nella_says.

Batman

Via @swagnarok.

Shopping cart

Via @turncoat.without.apology.
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Marty McFly

Via @mywayaccess.

Hiccup from How To Train Your Dragon

Via @runningonmylastleg.

BB-8

Via @lilcfmermaid.

Jigsaw from Saw

Via @uradrenalinerush.

Wonder Woman

Via @turncoat.without.apology.
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Pumpkin attack survivor

Via @gimpstrength.

Wrestler

Via @spinalpedia.

Lieutenant Dan from Forrest Gump

Via @jennifentondesign.

Mermaid

Via @annieelainey.
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Shark attack survivor

Via @runningonmylastleg.

Ursula/Vanessa from The Little Mermaid

Via @bellebot.

Angel

Via @j_flame251.
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Toilet

Via @spinergywheels.

Grandpa

Via @spinalpedia.

Pam from Death Proof

Via @turncoat.without.apology.

The Black Knight from Monty Python and the Holy Grail


Via @spaceguardianews.
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