Lady Gaga Halloween
What’s Halloween without her little monsters following suit? Lady Gaga has inspired a slew of crazy outfits, and we’re pretty much loving them. The fame monster is perhaps one of those who should take credit for making Hollywood more interesting without the tabloid arrest warrants and mugshots. You can also dress up as Lady Gaga herself, creating a Lady Gaga Halloween costume complete with her crazy outfits and accessories.
A Justin Bieber Halloween costume might poke a little fun at the men out there. The hair, the bling, the blonde frills, the sneakers, and the jackets — they’re popular among pre-teen and teenage boys! If you have one at home, then this costume is perhaps the easiest one to create from scratch since all you need are probably in his closet. Now for the hair…
Katy Perry Halloween Costume
Katy Perry costumes are, next to Lady Gaga’s, one of the most recognizable ones in the current decade. You’ll recognize them from the music videos you see on television. Don’t forget to put on the push-up bras and the cones! If you look at images to help you create your Katy Perry costume, you will find dark hair, mega cleavage, and a retro / vintage style all her own.
Moulin Rouge costumes and Chicago flapper dresses and trench coats are always fancy. Don’t limit yourself to these. There’s Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Cats, and the list goes on and on. You might not win the Tony, but you’ll be one of the more interesting costumes at the party.
Costumes from Movies and Series
Both the silver screen and the boob tube have recognizable characters. There’s the cast from Glee, That 70’s show, Grease, and Mary Poppins. Throw in some Kardashian sisters, Jersey Shore, or maybe the Osbournes while you’re at it.
Old Hollywood Costumes
Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy, Shirley Temple, Audrey Hepburn… These are celebrities of the golden era of Hollywood, and they’re iconic figures in history. The post-war era will need you to get all dolled up, the 1920’s will have you wearing flapper dresses, and the 60’s will make you don color blocks and sheaths. Every era in Tinseltown has a corresponding trend, so you might just find it fun to search through history and find what pleases you most.
There are plenty of costumes for you to try on this coming Halloween. Make sure to put on your best makeup with all the glitter, or even blood and gore, if you prefer!