Haute Couture isn’t just for Fashion Week. Take these runway-inspired styles to step up your costume game. With inspiration from the world’s top designers, you’ll stand out at the Halloween parties and give those tired polyester numbers a break.
Cruella DeVille make the puppies at the party cringe with ths high fashion version of Cruella DeVille, from Disney’s 101 Dalmations. The luxe faux-fur coat tops a bodycon mini dress, complete with sheer black hose and a bouffant ‘do.
Velma Not everyone can be a Daphne. Put together a group costume of the kids from Scooby-Do, with an updated, yet still recognizable Velma -inspired costume. With a couture design, you can outshine Daphne.
Sue Sylvester from the hit series Glee. Be the meanest teacher at the school, frightening students everywhere with this cold-shoulder, Adidas tracksuit-inspired red jumper. 5-foot tall trophy not included.
The Crow The martial arts classic doesn’t just have to be for the boys anymore. This stark, feathered dress is reminiscent of the famous cult classic The Crow. With dark embellishments and harsh lines, there’s an edge of danger in this dress.
Elsa Let it go! Chanel your inner Ice Queen with this flowing, Frozen-inspired dress. Not just for your little sister – this sheer number gives Elsa that grown-up appeal.
Pumpkin It’s the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Top this vivid orange skater dress with a green wig or beret, and you’ve got a jack-o-lantern ready to go.
Deadpool What’s your superpower? You get to say the F-word. Deadpool doesn’t just have to be for boys anymore – this red jumpsuit inspired by the Marvel hero lets girls in on the pun fun, too.
Bride You can be the traditional wedding bride, or with some zombie makeup, be “an ex-wife”
Peacock A peacock never looked so sexy. Add a peacock feathered headdress and dramatic make-up, and you can show off wherever you go.
Ghost Be scary or beautiful in a flowing white ensemble.
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