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’90s Halloween Costumes

6 easy and memorable throwback ideas

It’s that time again, when tricked-out porches include pumpkins and spiderwebs, and every conversation turns into a passionate discussion about what you’re going to be for Halloween. We know the last-minute hustle of making your costume idea a reality all too well, which is why we’re featuring our favorite ’90s-inspired looks that you can recreate without too much time and effort. Excited about the revival of cult classic “Twin Peaks?” Channel your favorite character from the murder mystery TV show. Want to rock the ‘9os grunge look? Go as Lindsay Weir from “Freaks and Geeks.” Your throwback look will no-doubt be a hit at any party, plus, you don’t have to splurge on a pre-made costume.

Shop our ’90s favorites below!

Audrey Horne from “Twin Peaks”

You could go as murder victim Laura Palmer (dead or alive), but why not try someone a little more unexpected, like rich troublemaker Audrey Horne? To get her look, put a dark twist on her polished, preppy look with a sweater, plaid skirt and a whole lot of attitude.

Sherilyn Fenn in “Twin Peaks”

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Zippered Raglan Sweater

Zippered Raglan Sweater

Diagonal Plaid Skirt

Diagonal Plaid Skirt

Enfield

Enfield

Eyebrow Pencil

Eyebrow Pencil

Tina Carlyle from The Mask

Who could forget the strange chemistry between Cameron Diaz and Jim Carrey in this creepy ’90s cult film? Any of her character Tina Carlyle’s looks are fair game, but our favorite has to be the black and white striped bodycon dress. Bonus points for getting someone to be your Stanley Ipkiss.

Cameron Diaz in The Mask

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Line Drive Skirt

Line Drive Skirt

Goddess Fringe Bib Necklace

Goddess Fringe Bib Necklace

Pieces Maria Sleek Drop Earrings

Pieces Maria Sleek Drop Earrings

Beaded Clutch

Beaded Clutch

TLC

Our favorite girl group of the ’90s could do sexy and straight-up silly like no one else. Look “crazy sexy cool” in a bralette and belted men’s cargo pants pants, a la T-Boz, Left Eye or Chilli. Rim your eyes in liner and get your game face on! 

TLC

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Modern Cotton Bralette F3785

Modern Cotton Bralette F3785

Modern Cotton Bikini

Modern Cotton Bikini

Rugged Cargo Pant

Rugged Cargo Pant

'Anarchic' Combat Boot

'Anarchic' Combat Boot

Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction

There’s no question that Quentin Tarantino creates some of the most memorable characters. Mia Wallace tops our list of badass style icons, with her simple yet seductive uniform of a men’s white button-up, black trousers and flats. For extra authenticity, snag a black wig and slather on some fake blood.

John Travolta and Uma Thurma in Pulp Fiction

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Melanie Button Up Shirt - White

Melanie Button Up Shirt - White

Cigarette Maternity Trousers

Cigarette Maternity Trousers

'Blanche' Pointy Toe Flat (Online Only)

'Blanche' Pointy Toe Flat (Online Only)

Nail Polish - Jungle Red

Nail Polish - Jungle Red

Buffy Summers from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

Get in the Halloween spirit by dressing up as your favorite vampire slayer, played by the one and only Sarah Michelle Gellar. Bring Buffy back with a black minidress, choker and DIY dagger.

Sarah Michelle Gellar in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

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Faux Leather Cami Dress

Faux Leather Cami Dress

ASOS Cross Choker Necklace

ASOS Cross Choker Necklace

Soft Leather Boot

Soft Leather Boot

'Big Bang - Illusion' Gloss

'Big Bang - Illusion' Gloss

Lindsay Weir from “Freaks and Geeks”

Lindsay Weir is probably one of the easiest (and coolest) ’90s looks to recreate. All you need is an oversized military jacket, a striped shirt, bell bottoms and a ton of sass.

Linda Cardellini in “Freaks and Geeks”

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Urban Renewal Vintage Swedish Combat Jacket

Urban Renewal Vintage Swedish Combat Jacket

UO Stripe Sheer V-Neck Tee

UO Stripe Sheer V-Neck Tee

Wide-Leg Jeans

Wide-Leg Jeans

ML574RUB (Grey/Red)

ML574RUB (Grey/Red)

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Celebrating Oscar de la Renta through the Decades

We’re taking a moment to remember the evening wear pioneer Oscar de la Renta, who passed away yesterday at the age of 82. He truly set the tone for designers with sophistication and elegance, dressing history’s biggest fashion icons, from Jackie Kennedy to Sarah Jessica Parker. His presence will be forever missed.

Scroll down to see some of the designer’s most memorable milestones from almost 50 years as a fashion designer.

Pic by Irving Penn, Vogue, 1982.

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The designer with actress Audrey Hepburn, 1987.

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Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington at his Spring 1994 show.

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Sarah Jessica Parker in an Oscar de la Renta dress in a “Sex And The City” episode, 2003.

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With Vogue Editor Anna Wintour at his Fall 2006 show.

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Kate Moss wearing Oscar de la Renta in the August 2011 issue of Vogue, shot by Mario Testino.

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Karlie Kloss in the final look at his Spring show.

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Oscar de la Renta takes a bow at the end of his Fall 2013 show with Karlie Kloss and Magdalena Frackowiak.

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George Clooney’s new wife Amal Alamuddin at a final fitting, with Oscar de la Renta. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, October 2014.

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Taking his bow at his final show with Karlie Kloss and Daria Strokous, Spring 2015.

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