Star Style: Recreate Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Star Style: Recreate Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Looking for crazy-sexy-cool Halloween costumes? Take a page out of the latest celebrity gossip mags and recreate your favourite star’s stellar Halloween costume! From actresses, pop divas and reality queens, today’s style icons have taken to Halloween full-throttle, going just as glam for the spooky holiday as they do for red carpet events. Sure, they all have squads of hair, make-up and costume people to create the spectacular looks. But with a little imagination, and some clever ideas from Littlewoods, you can easily recreate their gory/ glam costumes for your own Halloween bash!

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Model Chanel Iman redefined ‘yummy mummy’ at Heidi Klum’s New York Halloween party last year. Get her look with the ladies’ mummy outfit, available from the Littlewoods Halloween shop. Pair with Aldo’s nude court shoe to show off your perfect pins, and go for the ultimate dramatic eye with the L’Oreal crayon eyeliner in Back-to-Black or Violet Va-Va-Voom for high-impacteyes.

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Next up, TOWIE’s Georgia Kousoulou rocked the naughty nurse look at last year’s on-set party. Recreate her outfit with our zombie nurse outfit, then add a pair of killer red heels, like these Myleene Klass Red court heels. Next, get that creepy-cute make-up perfected with the Snazaroo Face Painting  mini starter kit, which features six skin-friendly face paints, sponges, brushes, glitter gel, and an instructin booklet. Finally, top off with the perfect red lips – try the legendary Elizabeth Arden Red Door Beautiful Colour Moisturising Lipstick.

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Leave it to Kim Kardashian to bring a new meaning to the ‘body-conscious’ look. Showing off the structure beneath the famous curves, Kim’s skeleton fancy-dress costume definitely turned heads. You can duplicate her look with the skeleton costume from our online collection. Create your make-up look with some Halloween face paint and slick back your hair or pull into a bun. Finally, pop on a pair of black ankle boots like these fabulous ones from River Island with a subtly blinged-out heel. Super chic and comfy – the ideal combination!

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Not everyone loves to get gruesome or scary for Halloween – sometimes it’s just fun to get your fancy dress on! Take Rita Ora for example, who made for a bombshell Barbie at a London Halloween bash! With a hot, hot, hot pink dress, biker jacket and blonde wig, Rita brought the classic doll to life. We’ve got everything you need to become Barbie too: check out the Jessica Wright Carolina Bardot Bodycon hot pink dress, V by Very statement pink jacket, and Carvela’s Apple pink heels. Add a toy Barbie dog, a blonde wig, and finish the look with a slick of L’Oreal lipstick in candy stiletto!

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And finally, Lindsay Lohan made for a devilishly adorable Harley Quinn at last year’s Fran Cutler Halloween party in London. This look is a breeze to pull together. We have a Harley Quinn wig and Harley Quinn costume  at the Littlewoods Halloween shop − including the fishnet tights and belt! Add some black suede heeled boots, then top off your look with a dramatic lip – we think L’Oreal’s Lipstick in Red would be perfect. Then for the ultimate accessory, have your party date dress up in the matching Joker costume!

We hope you enjoyed these ideas – you can find further inspiration in the Littlewoods Halloween online store!

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