3. BoA as Super Mario
Be quirky and go as Mario from Super Mario instead, as seen on BoA. This look is pretty simple to recreate — just layer a denim pinafore dress over a red t-shirt and complete the look with a red cap and mushroom earrings. Round it off with a pair of brown booties to give your outfit some depth.
Get the look: Relaxed fit t-shirt by Carcel, £145 (S$258), via Net-a-Porter; Denim pinafore dress by Zara, S$69.90; Crocodile effect leather ankle boots by Nanushka, £350 (S$623), via Net-a-Porter; Leather cap with gold chain trim by Eugenia Kim, US$325 (S$444), via Moda Operandi; Mushroom motif ear studs by Shareliving, S$5.08, via Etsy
4. BLACKPINK’s Lisa as Hello Kitty
BLACKPINK’s Lisa may not have worn this for Halloween, but we could learn a thing or two from this stylish and fun get-up. When it comes to Hello Kitty, there is only one rule — go all out with the pink. Match a pastel pink dress with a striking pair of hot pink heels and top it off with a cute bow. Don a cat ears headband to seal the look.
Get the look: Floral appliqué strapless dress by Miu Miu, US$2,610 (S$3,566), via Matchesfashion; Satin strappy heels by Topshop, S$96.90; Transparent beaded crossbody bag by Zara, S$69.90; Resin hoop earrings by Dinosaur Designs, £205 (S$365), via Net-a-Porter; Pink bow clip from Pickles & Co., S$15.87, via Etsy
5. Dua Lipa as Harry Potter
Dressing up as a witch is an obvious choice. You’d find someone in this classic ensemble of an oversized pointy hat, all black outfit and a broom at almost every Halloween party. Change it up like Dua Lipa by dressing as a wizard instead, specifically, The Boy-Who-Lived. Dress a white shirt with a pair of black pants and lope a scarf that has accents of red around your neck. Knot a red-striped tie and add a pair of round glasses to finish the look. Don’t forget your wand. We’d want to add an invisible cloak to the mix, but that’s just wishful thinking.
Get the look: Japanese cotton shirt by A.P.C., €155 (S$248); Flared cropped vinyl pants by Beaufille, £425 (S$756), via Net-a-Porter; Black velvet loafers by Gucci, S$1,080, via Farfetch; Striped silk tie by Tom Ford, £137.50 (S$245), via Mr Porter; Wool & silk-blend scarf by Givenchy, £250 (S$445), via Net-a-Porter; Round-frame acetate optical glasses by Cartier, £365 (S$649), via Net-a-Porter; Elder Wand, S$19.90, via Shopee
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