Find your inspiration for a Halloween costume for that important Halloween party or event?
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Don a fake ponytail and wear an unbuttoned flannel shirt — you’re Billy Ray Cyrus (which is so much more subversive than Miley).
Channel Jane Goodall in head-to-toe khaki and a stuffed chimpanzee.
Wednesday Addams made easy with a black button-down tucked into a black skirt. Add braids and make use of your bitchy resting face.
Don an oversize suit jacket and menswear-inspired pants for a look worthy of Elaine Benes.
Take your basic cat costume one step further with a nod to a musical legend.
Let everyone know you’d rather be at home with a “night in” costume.
You don’t need a hazmat suit to be Walter White.
An extra-large shirt and a frenemy make a costume moms everywhere will love.
A black top, white bottoms, backward cap, bandana, and a bouquet make you a Banksy piece.
Put that vintage leather jacket you’re too nervous to wear to good use and release your inner Fonz.
Wear a nondescript outfit and carry a puppet. You’re a puppeteer now.
All you need is a sign to be an out-of-work nudist.
A Snuggie and a football helmet turns you into Fantasy Football.
A tank top with boob-circle cutouts turns you into Regina George.
Become a human stick figure with a monochromatic outfit and a contrasting tape color.
If you really have nothing to wear, strip (nearly) bare and go as an underwear model.
Sexy sheet ghost
Buddy up with a thinner doppelganger and go as a before-and-after weight loss ad.
Own a loud printed ’80s sweater? Bill Cosby!
Ping-Pong balls and a baggy sweater can instantly transform your child into a hideous* monster.
A light blue placard against a navy background makes a Photoshop costume for the lazy.
All it takes to be bouncers are black suits, sunglasses, and a rope running between you.