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Rosie the RiveterRosie the Riveter

Channel your girl power this Halloween and dress up as the quintessential female empowerment icon: Rosie the Riveter. Pair a chambray button up with a pair of dark-wash jeans. Add a swipe of red lipstick and a matching bandana and don’t forget to show off your biceps.

Mary PoppinsMary Poppins

What you’ll need: a white cotton button up (the more ruffles the better), a red silk bowtie, black double knit skirt, black tights and boots. Don’t forget the umbrella, the flower-embellished bowler hat, and to break out into song at every opportunity.


This is a great pick for a group costume, everyone picks their favorite color and gets a classic T and matching colored tulle skirt and suspenders. Add white gloves and a giant white M on the front of the shirt and you’re all good to go.

Cher from CluelessCher from Clueless

Plenty of plaid and lots of loud, look-at-me colors. That’s what Cher was all about. For the most iconic look, go for the yellow plaid ensemble: blazer, pleated skirt, white T underneath and matching white over-the-knee socks and a whole lot of attitude.

Tina Belcher of Bob’s BurgersTina Belcher of Bob’s Burgers

An aqua blue cotton T and black polyester skirt is Tina’s signature look, and happens to be an incredibly comfortable and easy look to copy for a costume party. Make sure you wear knee-high socks, that iconic yellow barrette she always sports, thick glasses and a pair of sneakers.

October 26, 2018 — Shopify API