Here’s Some Of The Best Halloween Costumes We’ve Seen This Year
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It’s Halloween once more, and here’s some people who put a little more effort into their costumes than those trusty old bunny ears.

From celebrities to random people we found on the ‘Explore’ page of Instagram, here’s some of the favourite costumes we’ve found. If you’ve still got some Halloween parties to attend yourself, here’s some inspiration…

We love a timely and localised Halloween costume. Strawberry with a needle through it? 10 points, standing ovation:

This one’s been doing the rounds on the Internet, and with good reason. Rita Ora (who just announced an Australian tour) went all out as Post Malone:

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Happy Halloween 🎃 @postmalone

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Ariel Winter & Levi Meaden teamed up to become throwback power couple, Pamela Anderson & Kid Rock. Let’s all listen to ‘Bawitdaba’ on repeat for the remainder of our lives:

Speaking of throwbacks, we need more Avril Lavigne costumes. Bring back the days of wrist sweatbands and checkered Vans, unbeatable combo:

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Chill out…. what you yelling for??

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Gabriel Union went blonde and became everyone’s favourite Vans Warped Tour queen, Gwen Stefani:

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No. Doubt. @gwenstefani

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Teyana Taylor looked for a fatality with her Kitana costume, straight from Mortal Kombat:

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Kitana 🗡 #mortalkombat

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Nicky Hilton kept it all in the family by going as her own sister, Paris:

Josephine Skriver was actually pretty terrifying:

Camila Mendes & Lili Reinhart took it back to Napoleon Dynamite:

Martha Hunt donned all black as Catwoman:

While Halsey took a leafier route as Poison Ivy:

And yep, someone actually bought those costumes from Kanye West & Lil Pump’s ‘I Love It.’ Big vibe:

October 29, 2018
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