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The Homecoming Dress:
 
Beauty Queen:
Grab a tiara and make a sash and write “Miss America” for a beauty pageant costume that’s way cute and totally you.
 
Movie Star:
Buy a feather boa and ask your Mom to do you up right with 1940s-style make-up: winged eyeliner and red lipstick for Old Hollywood glamour. Use a curling iron to give your hair lush curls and volume, and voila! You’re ready to rock the red carpet.
 

The Little Black Dress:
 
Audrey Hepburn:
In Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Audrey Hepburn turned heads as Holly Golightly. Now channel her most iconic look and go uptown sophisticate by adding a rhinestone necklace, earrings and tiara to your LBD. Add gloves to complete the look.
 
Maid:
Channel your inner French domestic with a white apron, duster and a white headband. C’est chic and way cheap.
 

The Trench Coat:
 
Detective:
Got a tan trench coat? Go Sherlock Holmes. Just grab a magnifying glass, notepad and fedora for the perfect private eye get-up. Costume mystery solved. Case closed!
 
Carmen Sandiego:
Have a red trench coat or jacket? Channel the elusive Carmen Sandiego. Grab a red hat and world map to play the cosmopolitan villain this Halloween.
 

Everyday Clothes:
 
Gossip Girl:
Go to private school or have a lot of preppy pieces? Pair a plaid skirt, blazer, and tailored blouse to channel your fave Upper East Sider. Just don’t forget a headband if you’re Miss Blair.
 
Glee:
Mercedes, Tina, Rachel, Quinn and Emma Pillsbury: Glee presents tons of options perf for your style. If you can, get a group of Gleeks together and be the whole gang.
 
P.S. INSTANT COSTUME TWIST:
 
Vampire or Zombie:
Give any of these costumes a ghoulish twist with zombie or vampire face make-up and fangs or just use your plain clothes with it. Simply spooky!


xo-conie // @poly-tipgirlz
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