If you still haven’t decided on a costume, don’t worry: we’ve got you covered.
Halloween is right around the corner and this year, pop culture costumes are plentiful. But while cliché costumes such as Donald Trump and even Pizza Rat are currently selling out of stores, we’ve rounded up ten pop culture ‘fits that you can’t find at Party City.
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North West and Penelope Disick
If you’re looking for the perfect costume for you and your BFF, this is it. Simply pull your hair into a bun, throw on a bodysuit, and purchase a tutu such as this one from Nasty Gal. Don’t forget the slippers.
Besides a sleek, high ponytail and a pair of bamboo earrings, all that’s left to do is own that shit.
To pull this off, you’ll probably have to dig deep into a vintage closet. But it can be accomplished, as we all know that one family member who still owns a fur coat. Pull it all together with a pair of shades and loafers, such as these.
Beyonce as Storm
Since Bey did it, you’re bound to be seeing a lot of Storm costumes this year. Pick up a pair of white-out contact lenses to look like the real thing.
Lady Gaga in American Horror Story: Hotel
Two essentials: a platinum blonde wig and red lipstick. Artificial blood, like this blood spray from Spencer’s, may come in handy as well.
If you don’t already have a red bubble coat lying around, you can avoid shelling out the big bucks by opting for a less expensive option such as this. Finally, a pair of Timbs and your best salsa moves are needed to fully transform into Champagne Papi.
Karen Civil as Nefertiti
As lavish as this costume looks, it’s actually somewhat simple to pull off. Bold makeup and statement jewelry are essential, and as for the stunning headpiece? Check out this tutorial.
It’s no secret that Cookie loves her some leopard. Pair this dress with a floppy hat and maybe a little fur for the ultimate Lyon look.
When Rih did it she stunted in Versace, so you’re going to have to get creative. For example, transform a pair of black over-the-knee boots with green paint. If you’re not willing to go that far, the same can be done to a throw-away pair of sunglasses. Most important accessory? Cash. Lots of it.
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