It's Official: These Are the Most Iconic Halloween Costumes
We know you’re already starting to plan ahead on what you’ll be wearing for Halloween this year, but if there’s a chance you’re looking to wear something that everyone will recognise, we’ve got you covered. Sure, there are plenty of pop culture costumes you could be thinking up right now, but sometimes you just want to wear some truly iconic Halloween costumes, and we’re here to support you in that.
Don’t get us wrong: We love having the most original (and sometimes obscure) ideas when it comes to Halloween, but if you haven’t already worn these cult-favourite costumes, why not go for them now? If anything, you won’t have to explain your ensemble to anyone, and that’s a huge bonus if we’ve ever heard one. Go ahead and don your Cher Horowitz plaids and rattle off your favourite lines from Clueless or put on those pearls and head to Tiffany’s for breakfast. When you’re wearing these iconic (and fashionable) costumes, you just can’t go wrong.
Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City
No one will ever forget this amazing tulle skirt Carrie Bradshaw wears in the opening credits, and they won’t forget your costume, either.
Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction
What’s a cult-classic film without a cult-worthy Halloween costume to follow? A button-down and a pair of trousers will complete this simple Pulp Fiction–inspired look.
Sandy from Grease
Cher Horowitz from Clueless
Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl
Annie Hall from Annie Hall
The Girl from The Seven Year Itch
Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany's
You’ll have a Halloween to remember in these iconic costumes.