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10 Sexy Halloween Costumes Slideshow

10 Sexy Halloween Costumes Slideshow

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For the 2009 Svedka Vodka Halloween party, Lively disguised herself in an ink- black wig and captain-chic threads. Adorned with a sexy men’s necktie, a mile-high skirt, and a cute cap to match, she was undoubtedly flying private. Interested in moonlighting as Lively’s wingwoman? The sky’s the limit on aviator-inspired uniforms, from sexy pilot, to Amelia Earhart, or your very own Top Gun flight dress.

1. Blake Lively’s Captain Costume

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For the 2009 Svedka Vodka Halloween party, Lively disguised herself in an ink- black wig and captain-chic threads. Interested in moonlighting as Lively’s wingwoman? The sky’s the limit on aviator-inspired uniforms, from sexy pilot, to Amelia Earhart, or your very own Top Gun flight dress.

2. Claus Hjelmbak’s X-Ray Costume

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This man has a set of legs! Dressed in a hot pink wig and metallic strappy sandals, the Danish host of a Scandinavian Style Mansion Party, and past associate of Lindsay Lohan, flaunted his figure in this purple, X-ray dress at the HorrorJunkies.com 2010 red carpet party. Want to follow suit? Wear a skeleton blazer or X-ray dress instead.

5. Paris Hilton’s Sexy Jailbird Costume

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Leave it to Paris to come up with the sexiest, delinquent costume she could find. Her ensemble for the 2007 Very Sexy Halloween Party in Las Vegas included a backless, striped number with "jail bait" printed on her derrière. We're confident few others wouldn't find this concept too close to home, as the appearance came shortly after her jailhouse stint earlier that year.

6. Sheryl Crow’s Sexy Cop Costume

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Who says a cop can’t show a little skin? At Bette Midler’s 2007 Hulaween gala, the Grammy-award winning songstress did what most cops can’t, opting for short shorts and fishnets to go along with her cap and badge.

7. Doug Reinhardt’s Tooth Fairy Costume

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At Heidi Klum’s 2009 Halloween bash, the former star of The Hills took the night off from placing quarters under the pillows of children, put on clean white knee socks, a tutu, and a headband to accompany his then-girlfriend Paris Hilton — and you can do the same, with this costume. We’d lose a tooth today just to have him come visit us.

9. Will Ferrell’s Megamind Costume

In 2010, the Megamind star might have spent just a little too much time on set getting into character, appearing larger than life (with a head nearly four times the size of his) in a body-hugging unitard. Feeling like a super-villain yourself? Dress up like Ferrell — just be sure that the ceilings are high, if you’re headed out to party.

10. Petra Nemcova’s Cleopatra Costume

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Model Petra Nemcova assumed the role of one of history's finest women, Cleopatra, at Roberto Cavalli and Giuseppe Cipriani's 2010 Halloween bash. While both women were gifted with natural beauty, we are certain the real Cleopatra exposed much less cleavage in her traditional robes. Nemcova's deep V-neck, cream-colored gown, with its thin gold bands at the bust and waist, make this the sexiest personification in history.

4. Al Roker’s Superman Costume

He delivers the weather and saves lives? Truly a superhero! Dressed in a body-hugging royal blue bodysuit, Superman’s signature cape, and even with a head of hair to complete the look, Roker’s 2010 get-up for NBC’s The Today Show Halloween episode caught the eyes of damsels in distress everywhere — you can, too.

8. Brooke Burke’s Catwoman Costume

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Meeoww! For a 2010 Halloween party, Brooke Burke embodied Catwoman, donning a patent leather body suit so close-fitting, it could have been lacquered to her skin. Are you in the cougar mood this season? Pounce on one of these feline costumes, and don’t forget the four-inch stiletto heels and embellished eye mask with matching ears.

3. Tori Spelling’s Peacock Costume

Alongside husband Dean McDermott, and kids Liam and Stella, actress Tori Spelling attended the 2010 CAAF Dream Halloween party in LA as proud as a peacock. Her place in the pecking order was a metaphor on this night; while she mixed and mingled with celebrity comrades, dad McDermott played superhero to the kids. Enveloped in a multi-color feather tiered skirt and bustier, lots of eyelash extensions, and as much peacock blue as she could find, Tori’s transformation was achieved with her own unique style.


31 Simple, Last-Minute Halloween Costumes That Don&rsquot Require a Trip to the Costume Store

The months seem to go by faster and faster until, before you know it, it&rsquos October 30, and you&rsquore scrambling to put together a last-minute Halloween costume of your own creation. Your attempt at an easy Halloween costume (perhaps something inspired by your favorite Halloweentown character, pulled from the options already in your closet) may leave something to be desired, though.

You knew Halloween was coming&mdashyou&rsquove likely been trading Halloween quotes and Halloween puns for weeks now, between binge-watching Halloween movies on Netflix. Sure, you might have planned to go as a pineapple, an astronaut, or even just a witch, but as the days passed, you just never got around to getting to the costume store to buy that ensemble. It happens to the best of us. Fortunately, waiting until the last minute to research Halloween costume ideas doesn&rsquot mean you&rsquoll be relegated to being the photographer all evening long while everyone else shows off their smart costumes.

Our editors have anticipated your dilemma and come up with some simple last-minute Halloween costume ideas that you can pull together in a snap. There&rsquos no trip to the store (which is probably picked over anyway) necessary. You can create a great, easy Halloween costume with just a trip to your closet, and no one will ever know you waited until the last-minute to do so&mdashunless you tell them, of course.

Cheap Halloween costumes don&rsquot get better than this. These costumes can work for all kinds of Halloween party themes and situations, particularly if the mood is more playful and funny than seriously spooky. Whether you really did procrastinate on your costume this year or you&rsquore just expected to have a new costume for every party, lunch, school event, and trick-or-treating occasion, these last-minute Halloween costumes have you covered&mdashno need to thank us when your easy get-up wins the top prize at the costume parade.


50+ Last-Minute Halloween Costume Ideas Perfect for Procrastinators

In between planning what to even do for Halloween this year (pod party, anyone?), perfecting your signature witches' brew and transforming your Netflix queue into a scary movie must-watch list, Halloween is a fun and potentially time-consuming holiday. We get it. Sometimes life just gets in the way and those elaborately awesome costume plans fall by the wayside. But have no fear! These last-minute Halloween costumes are perfect for all you procrastinators out there.

Princess Leia Costume

All you need is an all-white outfit and the best. Buns. EVER. (via Brit + Co)

Fanta Girls Costume

Totally fashionable on-the-fly. Get your pod in on the white go-go boots trend. (via Brit + Co)

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DIY Pirate Costume

This simple pirate ensemble is arr-guably easy to recreate and fun for Halloween-themed Zoom calls. Throw it on and shake that pirate booty! (via Brit + Co)

Roaring ’20s Costume

The ’20s are back, and so is our favorite hair hack: the faux bob! A headband and some fringed and fabulous wardrobe items are all you need for this party-ready, stylish look. (via Brit + Co)

Step Brothers Costume

/>When you *really* get into character, costumes actually kinda come second. Bust out your best Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly impressions with your bestie bro or sis. (via Brit + Co)

“Girl With the Pearl Earring” Costume

Infuse a bit of culture into your Halloween this year by channeling one of Vermeer's most famous paintings. This is an impressive look-alike costume, and it can be done with just a few simple items. (via The House That Lars Built)

Dancing Girls Emoji Costume

It’s never a bad time to rep your bestie status, right? Of course, you and your fellow blonde BFF could just be those foxy dancing girls. (via Brit + Co)

Princess Emoji Time Costume

Who wouldn't mind wearing a crown all night? The hardest part of the costume is keeping a straight face. (via Brit + Co)

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The Emoji Ghost Costume

Ahh, the pirate ghost emoji — one of our all-time favorites. The tongue is just too absurd. (via Brit + Co)

Bro Emoji Costume

This might just be the simplest of emoji DIY-costumes. Grab a friend and be our favorite texting buddies IRL this Halloween with this easy look. (via Brit + Co)

Rosie the Riveter Costume

All you need is that chambray shirt, a red bandana, and our easy 10-minute hair tutorial to rock Rosie right. (via Brit + Co)

This is just one of many of our maternity costume ideas for dressing up your bump this Halloween. It can even work if you aren't expecting. (via Brit + Co)

Robber Costume

Grab a few of your fall wardrobe staples, throw on a masquerade mask, and voila! Instant badass robber status is achieved. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Mask DIY Costume

Do you have an awesome new outfit that you'd rather wear instead of a costume? Keep it memorable and minimal with any of these Halloween mask DIYs. (via Brit + Co)

The Mystery Dress Costume

This dress debate definitely caused a stir. Grab your bestie and keep the confusion alive all night long. (via Brit + Co)

Bunny Ears Costume

Don’t want to mess with all of the Halloween makeup this year? Wear these bunny ears instead. It’s a perfect costume for work and is a cinch to remove at the end of the day/night. (via Say Yes)

Cactus Costume

Believe it or not, this costume only calls for four materials. It’s a great choice for the procrastinator that wants to look just as fun as everyone else. (via Brit + Co)

Carmen Sandiego Costume

Don’t put your summer maxis away just yet — you’re going to need one to channel your favorite mystery gal from the ’90s. (via Brit + Co)

Takeout Night Costume

A T-shirt that doubles as a costume? This is every lazy girl’s dream! (via Brit + Co)

Cuckoo Clock Costume

Get a little creepy and kooky with this fabulous DIY. And don’t forget the bird up top. (via The Merrythought)

Holly Golightly (Night) Costume

Chances are, you already have a couple of LBDs hanging in your closet. Add a few accessories and you’re all set. (via Brit + Co)

Mr. and Mrs. Fox Costume

Wes Anderson made us fall in love with this Roald Dahl classic all over again. If you don't have time to fashion an entire foxy ensemble, a simple mask or two should do the trick. (via A Beautiful Mess)

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Flapper Costume

Put your slinky date night dress to some good use and whip up this quick DIY. A party at Gatsby’s awaits! (via Brit + Co)

Googly Eyes Costume

If you are looking for something big and dramatic for Halloween photo time, these googly eye balloons would make for some great home decor and a costume photo prop! (via Studio DIY)

A Halloween Hangover Costume

Beat your actual hangover with this T-shirt/costume. Sunglasses and a large bottle of Gatorade are also musts. (via Brit + Co)

Mama and Baby Bird Costume

Need a cute mommy + me costume idea? These birds of a feather are definitely looking adorable together. (via Lovely Indeed)

Lacey Mouse Costume

This edgy spin on a childhood favorite is totally work-safe and a great choice for dressing up on the go. (via Honestly WTF)

Pop Tart Costume

Pay tribute to your favorite breakfast pastry with this easy-to-create Pop Tart ensemble. (via Paper & Stitch)

Sally Sells Seashells by the Seashore Costume

This tongue-tying costume is guaranteed to have friends giggling all night. Good luck telling everyone your costume name 10 times fast. (via The House Lars Built)

Taylor Swift and Her Squad Pod

Because we’ve all experienced a little squad envy when it comes to T. Swift and her girl gang. (via Brit + Co)

Wednesday Addams Costume

Everyone should dress as Wednesday Addams for Halloween at least once. And the little black dress that you already own is begging you to go for it this year. (via Brit + Co)

Wet Hot American Summer Costume

You were psyched to see the reboot on Netflix, and now it’s time to pay tribute with a costume. The only problem is deciding which character to dress up as. (via Brit + Co)

Georgia O’Keeffe Costume

Learn how to recreate the oversized poppy, gray hair, and everything else in this gorgeous step-by-step tutorial. (via The House Lars Built)

French Girl Costume

You probably have most of these pieces in your closet, so why not put them to work? (via Brit + Co)

Lars & the Real Girl Costume

This hilarious costume calls for items that you probably already own. To really get into character, make sure you act super stiff all night. (via Sugar & Cloth)

Chuckie Costume

The Rugrats gang were always #squadgoals, and come Halloween, Chuckie has the chillest outfit. The best part of this idea is that guys and girls can do this one. (via Brit + Co)

#Basic Coffee Mug Costume

Next to the PSL Starbucks cups, the pink lid travel mug is as trendy as it comes. (via A Kailo Chic Life)

Frosé Slushie Costume

Do you have a pink dress and access to a clear trash bag? Perfection. (via Club Crafted)

Ninja Costume

Everyone owns at least one black, form-fitting outfit with lace-up details and ribbon. Worst case, a trip to the department store ought to fill any gaps in your wardrobe. (via Brit + Co)

Lisa Frank Puppy Costume

When you have the day to get your costume together, some paint is all you need to give a romper a colorful update. (via Studio DIY)

Holly Golightly (Day) Costume

Handing out candy with your cat, while sitting by the door in a large white shirt, is kind of the definition of #goals. Don’t forget the sleep mask! (via PMQ for two)

Miss Frizzle Costume

Do you have a busted red wig? A dress? Some time to draw science lab items? Good, you have a costume. (via Brit + Co)

Raining Men Costume

Finally, your giant stack of Tiger Beat, tabloid, and Cosmo magazines will come in handy. Remember, everyone owns an umbrella and rain boots. (via Studio DIY)

Witch Costume

With a simple makeup palette you can look like an authentic witch — warts and all — and you can't beat the convenience of a pharmacy-bought costume. (via Brit + Co)

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Manicured Lawn Costume

We're always here for a good pun, and you should be too. Quick! Grab the turf and faux flowers on your way to get your nails done. (via The Glitter In My Tea)

Broad City Costume

Pulling looks from your fave TV shows will never go out of style, especially when they’re iconic and hilarious. (via Brit + Co)

Life & Lemons Costume

Just make sure there are enough lemons left for your gin & tonic. (via Club Crafted)

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BOO-Cardi Punch And 17 More Scary-Good Halloween Cocktails

Throwing a Halloween bash? Make it spectacular with Halloween cocktails that ooze, fizz, and give your party a spooky vibe.

Halloween is the best time of the year to go above and beyond. There’s no such thing as being too extra when it comes to this party. If we learned only one thing from Mean Girls, it’s that Halloween parties are an official anything goes zone.

That said, you don’t need lingerie and animal ears to take your party to the next level. Whether it’s costumes, decorations, or libations, don’t be afraid to turn up the volume this Halloween. (Save your fears for the vampires and witches. Or, you know, the ex who showed up to the party unexpectedly.)

The best part of Halloween as a kid? Trick or treating. The best part of Halloween as an adult? Drinking! (Which, come to think of it, also happens to be the best part of most holidays as an adult.)

This year, save the candy for the kids and fill your party with some grown-up treats of the alcoholic variety.

Everyone loves a good theme, and frankly, there's no time like Halloween to pull out all the stops. Don't stick with boring beer and wine when you can get your spook on with fun and funky Halloween-themed boos—er, booze. (Sorry, we had to.)

Whether your Halloween style is scary, sexy, or somewhere in between, these custom drinks will help you stay on theme and drink away the night in style. Hey, if you're getting all decked out, there's no reason your drinks shouldn't get dressed up too.

It doesn't take much to transform an ordinary cocktail into a creepy one. So if you're itching for some All Hallow's Eve action, we've got 16 thrilling Halloween cocktails that are a must-drink for your party. We promise you'll love them! Happy haunting.

1. Jello Shot Eyeballs

2 envelopes Knox unflavored gelatin

1 cup canned, unsweetened coconut milk

Sprinkle the gelatin over the coconut milk in a saucepan and let sit for a few minutes. Heat over low heat, stirring, until the gelatin starts to dissolve. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved. Cool until just warm.

Stir in the Malibu. Pour into spherical ice mold that has been sprayed with cooking spray. After chilling and unmolding, paint on details with gel or paste food coloring.

For added grossness, use a large syringe to squirt some red (gelled) Jell-O into the center of the eyeball, or some other thick filling, like pudding. Insert the syringe carefully and squirt the filling out slowly so it doesn’t explode the eyeball.

2. Gremlin Lemonade

Margarita mix (Tequila optional) or lemonade (optional)

Maraschino cherry with stem

Serve chilled margarita mix on the rocks and add a splash of grenadine. Skewer a slice of kiwi for the face. Cut a cherry in half and attach with pieces of toothpick for eyes. Slip the skewer into the beverage glass. Add the cherry stem for a smile and twists of lemon, lime, and orange peel for hair.

3. Monster Mash Slush

1/2 of a medium honeydew melon, seeded, peeled, and cubed (3 cups)

Coarse sugar or black sea salt

1 16 ounce bottle lemon-lime carbonated beverage, chilled

2 - 3 tablespoons grenadine syrup

Cut orange in half. Cut one half into wedges wrap and chill overnight. Juice the remaining half set juice aside.

In a blender combine honeydew melon, tequila, orange liqueur, and the reserved orange juice cover and blend until smooth. With blender running, add ice cubes, a few at a time, blending until mixture becomes slushy. Pour into a 2-quart freezer container. Cover freeze overnight.

To serve, rub the reserved orange wedges around rims of eight glasses. Dip rims in coarse sugar or black sea salt to coat set aside. Using a heavy spoon, scrape frozen mixture scoop mixture into prepared glasses. Add 1/4 cup of the chilled lemon-lime beverage to each glass. Drizzle with grenadine.


11 Halloween Couples Costumes That Are Actually Brilliant

If you've convinced your hubs to don one-half of a costume duo this year, congratulations&mdashyou're halfway there. Now it's time to choose a costume he'll actually like, so that next year's bribery won't be so difficult. Behold, the 11 costumes we found trending on Pinterest that are actually 100 percent pure brilliance.

1. Sheldon and Amy from Big Bang Theory. The genius behind this one: It's very likely that you already own everything you need for these costumes. You just gotta pair 'em together.

2. Ron Burgundy and Ms. Corningstone. He'll love that he gets to spew Anchorman references all night, while you stay chic in a perfectly pink suit. Win-win.

3. The Most Interesting Man in the World. And His Favorite Beer. If your guy really isn't into dressing up, this costume takes the least amount of work. All he has to do is his sport his favorite suit and dye his facial hair (if it's not gray already). Or just go buy a fake beard, if he's too lazy to grow his own.

4. Elliot and Gertie from E.T.Not only are overalls back in fashion&mdashmaking this costume totally on trend&mdashbut he, once again, can wear stuff that's already in his closet. You do need to track down an E.T. stuffed animal to prop on handlebars, though. That's what makes this costume. along with saying, "Come? Home" all night, of course.

5. Double-Stuffed Oreos. Everyone will think your costume is cool enough when the two of you apart. But come together for those cutesy hug photos and bam!&mdashpure Instagram magic.

6. Forrest Gump and Jenny. Sure, these two had a rollercoaster ride of a relationship, but they're still one of the most iconic movie couples of all time. And we guarantee your guy will love being able to yell, "Jenn-aaay" in the perfect Forrest voice all night.

7. Pikachu and Ash. Okay, okay. It may not be your favorite costume idea&mdashbut it could be his. After all, what guy doesn't want to reminisce about his unabashed love for Pikachu, Charizard, and Blastoise in the '90s? Not to mention all the Pokemon cards he collected and traded over the years. If he's still got 'em, they can finally be put to good use and hide in his Poké Ball belt.

8. Squints and Wendy Peffercorn from The Sandlot. The movie's a classic, you'll get to channel your inner glam goddess (bonus: the retro suit is totally back in style), and he'll get to be a part of the Sandlot gang. With little to no effort required, consider it done.

9. Peter Pan and His Escaped Shadow. Why let the kids have all the Disney fun? One of you dress up as the famous Lost Boy, while the other is his shadow. And don't forget to snap a few 'grams to capture the escape in action.

10. Bert and Mary Poppins. For the vintage-y couple, obviously. Bonus: You won't freeze all night in this covered-from-head-to-toe getup.

11. Couple Emoji. Because of course you should be your favorite emoji.


28 DIY College Halloween Costumes That Every Busy Student Will Love

Just because you're too old for trick-or-treating doesn't mean you have to miss out on all of the Halloween holiday fun. Because let's be real, you're never too old for costumes and candy. Whether you're planning to hit up every Halloween party on campus this year, or are looking forward to watching scary movies and handing out candy in your neighborhood, you're going to need a killer Halloween costume to wear all night long. Don't have a lot of time to whip up an Instagram-worthy DIY Halloween costume between classes and homework? Have no fear, we're here to help!

Click through our gallery to discover 28 cute costumes that are perfect for the creative college girl. These last-minute Halloween costumes won't take a lot of money (or time!) to create, so you'll be Halloween party ready in no time. Some of these even make the perfect best friend Halloween costumes if you're hoping to coordinate with your roommates, and we've also thrown in a few ideas for those girls looking for an easy-to-make couples Halloween costume that your BF actually won't mind wearing. Happy Halloween, y'all!


Cowboy Costumes

We have a wide range of cowboy costumes for all ages, sizes, and styles in this wild west category. A timeless look that's sure to melt the hearts of grandma and grandpa and excite the kiddos, cowboy and cowgirl costumes are a recipe for adventure. They'll make your kid want to ride into the sunset on their hobby horse and take their nap under starry skies. We're sure you won't mind as long as they're back home in time for their beans and bedtime!

We all know the look of traditional boy cowboy costumes. It features a classic wide-brim, perfect for tipping to the ladies and shading your eyes for an afternoon siesta in the sun. It also has to have a vest (preferably one with a sheriff star clipped on for authority), a red bandana, and a pair of chaps over blue jeans, perfect for long rides on horseback. We have plenty of variations on this look that's straight out of Westerns like Gunsmoke and The Lone Ranger.

Of course, we live in the modern age, so our cowgirl costumes are just as good! We have the traditional chaps and jeans look for girls that want to be just as tough and adventure-ready as the boys. Our in-house creative team has also designed cowgirl dresses for those that want to channel the hardy yet elegant Annie Oakley!

Those who want to start their western adventure as soon as possible will be happy to see that our selection does not hobble you. Cowboy costumes for toddler ages include all the classic styles, including a costume with a duster for an outlaw-worthy look! We even have baby cowboy costumes for those that were born to roam the range. Cowboy toddler costumes will let your kid be a part of a family trend before they can even handle a hobby horse. That's alright because those chaps look way too cute on those chunky toddler legs as they still have that four-day-ride swagger when toddlers are learning to walk!

Child cowboy costumes aren't limited to cowpoke styles. Every classic Western character is represented in our selection, from duster-wearing bank robbers to the gold-hungry prospector and even a cactus. Play your cards right, pilgrim, and you may be looking at the best family costume your little town has ever seen!

While cowboy toddler costumes are almost too cute to move on from, we've got plenty of Halloween cowboy costumes for adults as well! Explore a range of Western characters. Couples might pair a poncho-wearing bandit with a gorgeous saloon girl with a heart of gold. You can even dress as a classic Old West Bartender! With all the buckskin and fringe you could want, you'll soon see that our design team understands that Western cowboy costumes call for a bit of drama! After all, how else are you going to pull off that tough stare down with the sheriff across a dusty street?

Ready to jump into a wild west adventure this Halloween? We're not going to fence you in! We have everything you might need. Families will find dog cowboy costumes for the furry side of their household, as well as age-appropriate cowboy costumes for toddlers to teens. There's no place like the home on the range. Start your adventure with any of these wild costumes!


10 Scarlet Witch

Movie fans saw the Scarlet Witch for the first time in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, in the mid-credits scene, but those who missed that scene saw her in Avengers: Age of Ultron and once again in Captain America: Civil War. Movie fans who do not read comics think that we have the wrong picture for Scarlet Witch here, because what this cosplayer is wearing is nothing like what we saw Elizabeth Olsen wearing in all the movies.

In the movies, Scarlet Witch was far more covered than she is when you compare her with her appearances in the comics, possibly dressing her up in order to keep the movies friendly to viewers of all ages. If this cosplayer were to dress up as the Scarlet Witch in the movies, she would not have made it to this list, but she is here, because she is wearing the more revealing version of Scarlet Witch's costume.


17 Best DIY Sister Halloween Costumes That You'll Both Think Are Fabulous

Yes, DIY Halloween costumes for couples are fun&mdashbut have you ever thought about hitting the neighborhood on October 31 with your best pal and sister? After all, she's your other soulmate, and she's always been down for a silly adventure! Whether you&rsquore searching for Halloween costumes for kids or DIY Halloween costumes for women, these DIY sister Halloween costumes make pulling off matching looks an absolute breeze. Besides, who'd want to go it alone?

Here, we've pulled together our favorite two-in-one looks so you can spend less time researching and more time dressing up (and hoarding the best Halloween candy, of course). Just imagine running amok in Hocus Pocus-inspired Sanderson sisters costumes, Elsa and Anna Frozen costumes, or as The Wizard of Oz&rsquos Glinda and Wicked Witch.

Not sure where to even begin? We suggest writing down your shared interests, including favorite foods, films, and even fairy tales, and then selecting a costume from our picks based on the things that speak to items on your list. Maybe you're fans of country music, for instance&mdashin which case, a Reba and Dolly Parton ensemble might be just the thing for you!

Alternatively, if you're picking out a costume for your own little ones, we'd encourage you to think about mimicking a famous and easily recognizable "duo" for a funny and creative kiddie costume. Think: a set of dice, corresponding lemonade and ice cream stand ensembles, or even Scooby Doo costumes. You and your go-to gal can&rsquot go wrong with any of these handmade Halloween costumes for sisters, which you can easily whip up at the last minute&mdashjust in time for trick-or-treating!


Heidi Klum's Halloween costumes over the years, ranked

Nobody does Halloween quite like Heidi Klum. The supermodel has become synonymous with the spooky holiday over the past two decades, regularly subjecting herself to hours of makeup, prosthetics, body casts and fittings for the sake of a jaw-dropping costume.

And while she's unlikely to throw her annual star-studded Halloween party this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can still count on Klum to come up with a stunning outfit. "I don't want to let my Halloween fans down because there are so many people who love creativity as much as I do and are jonesing to see what I do," she told us in 2019.

In the meantime, take a look back at the committed catwalker's most iconic costumes from over the years -- from "Shrek" ogress to old lady -- all ranked from mundane to magnificent.

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"I wanted to be Heidi, but a little bit more S&M," the model told us of her first-ever Halloween party look, which featured a German dirndl with a punk twist. Spooky enough, but nothing compared to her over-the-top outfits to come.

The highlight of this Halloween look? The horse, of course -- which Klum wasn't sure how to ride. "[The NYPD] gave me one of the police horses and it was very nice. But I was still scared," she said.

Klum donned fake boobs and drawn-on brows to transform into the beloved cartoon character.

This bloodthirsty look required some major DIY on Klum's part. "I had help with the costume but didn't have [pro] hair and makeup until 2011!" she told us, adding that she sewed together five wigs to create her character's voluminous 'do.

While not especially creative by Klum's standards, this look wins extra points for the commitment involved: "I had to go to one of those medical-supply stores and get a big, heavy fake skeleton that doctors and nurses use to study with, and carry it on my back all night long," she told us.

Paging Moira Rose! We're sure the model ruffled a few feathers in this caw-some creation. "I had just given birth. I was like, 'Black is slimming,'" Klum explained of her choice.

Klum made for one fine feline in this slinky, glittery getup. Sometimes, you've just gotta go the "sexy animal" route!

In the first of two looks she'd wear that year, Klum monkeyed around with then-husband Seal. She told us these looks were especially complicated to create: "An ape has so many spots, all these little freckles, and then [prosthetics artist Mike Marino] had to glue all these little hairs onto the prosthetics."

13. Eve and the forbidden fruit (2006)

While nine months pregnant, Klum got extra creative. "I thought, 'What can I be that is big and safe for the baby and comfortable for me?' We had to get a convertible because I couldn't fit through car doors," she recalled of this Biblical look.

Talk about impressive wingspan! Klum told us "it was very hard to see" in this look. "I had these plastic round eyes and behind that, the batteries for the lights."

Klum gilded every inch of herself for this costume, from her hair to her teeth to her décolletage.

Klum took this glamorous look to the next level by covering her face in crystals.

Klum doused herself in purple glitter and even wore red contacts to complete her costume. We're still not sure how she managed to walk on those stilts.

She flipped the script for this dramatic entrance, arriving with an army of blond lookalikes with identical measurements. Prosthetics were used to make the models' faces match Klum's -- eerie!

7. "Thriller" werewolf (2017)

The star paid tribute to Michael Jackson with this killer outfit, even rehearsing for four days to get her dance moves just right.

By far the most terrifying of Klum's costumes, this gory, gruesome alien-slash-zombie getup might give you nightmares.

5. Fiona from "Shrek" (2018)

It's not easy being green -- Klum piled on the prosthetics for this awesome outfit, even arriving at her party in an onion carriage. Tom Kaulitz, meanwhile, joined her dressed as the movie's titular ogre.

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4. Hindu goddess Kali (2008)

While this colorful costume was deemed culturally insensitive by some, there's no denying the artistry involved. Klum told us the eight-armed look was "tricky" to achieve: "You have this heavy backpack with eight arms you lug around all night."

3. Skinless human body (2011)

Inspired by the "Body Worlds" exhibition, Klum shed her skin for this creepy costume, even arriving on a gurney accompanied by a duo of doctors.

A true testament to the magic of makeup, this elderly look rendered Klum unrecognizable. The model told us the costume -- her personal favorite so far -- "was sparked by people telling me, 'Wow, you're 40 now, how are you feeling with being old in [the modeling] industry?'"

1. Jessica Rabbit (2015)

Klum outdid herself in every way with this cartoon creation come to life. "I was looking up who is the most well-known sex symbol -- and it's Jessica Rabbit," said Klum. "I said, 'Perfect.' What man doesn't want Jessica Rabbit? I wanted plus-plus everything: boots, butt, lips. Everyone was grabbing my boobs and butt because they knew they were fake."


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