Halloween inspo from your fave celebs

Halloween is fast approaching- still not picked out your costume? Never fear. We've collected a bunch of our fave costumes from your favourite famous faces (if you can recognise them).

Katy Perry as Hillary Clinton

Bored with being a pumpkin? Follow Katy's lead and dress-up as your fave politician - whether that's Boris, Jezza or Theresa. 

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Gigi Hadid as Sandy from Grease

A classic. Effortlessly cool. The best thing? This doesn't have to be a solo costume! Grab a group together and all turn up as T-Birds or Pink Ladies - instant win. (On a side note, if you haven't seen the movie - watch it). 

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Emily Ratajkowski as Marge Simpson

There's no way you can go wrong with this! Why not get some friends together and dress-up as the whole family? (Maggie included).

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Marc Jacobs as a female bodybuilder

Always fancied a six-pack? Lets be honest - who hasn't? Well, now is your chance to make your dreams become a reality...ish

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Heidi Klum as a 90 year-old woman

Take some inspo from the queen of halloween herself- we're sure your grandma wouldn't mind you borrowing some of her skirts and tights.

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Ariana Grande and Mac Miller as Pokémon

For an easier option, head onto Amazon and grab yourself a Pikachu onesie! Comfortable, cosy and stylish!

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Joe Jonas as (one of) the 101 Dalmatians

If you haven't noticed already, we're a fan of group costumes. Joe Jonas and the rest of the DNCE band are giving us major inspo- and the best part? You can probably pull off this costume with stuff you already own. 

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Cole Sprouse as Milo Thatch from Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Kindom

TBH, this is probably the easiest outfit - and it's a good one for if you don't want to be "too out there"... whatever that means. 

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Emily Baulf