Some of you have gone crazy the past week or so, or have spent the past few days in a mad, last minute shopping for your perfect Halloween costume. What shoes to go with which outfits, which ears to match your getup, and where to find the prop to complete your outfit with. Scramble, scramble!
But we’re going to take a leaf out of Hollywood’s book this time around and check out (read: ogle) at some of the fantastic Halloween costumes this year, donned by celebrities!
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian makes all other girls green with envy as she channels her inner villain in her “Poison Ivy” costume. Decked in a super short green dress and topped off with fiery red hair, the voluptuous celebrity is seen having the Halloween of her life at a Midori-sponsored party.
She is known for year after year of outstanding costumes. Not to be defeated by her fellow celebrity peers, German-American model Heidi Klum rolled into a Halloween party at Tao Las Vegas as, well, as Halloween herself. That’s right! This year, Heidi Klum owns the 31st of October once again with her outrageous (and somewhat scary) getup as a cadaver (read: dead body)! Eat your heart out, Lady Gaga.
It was Harajuku girl meets Disney when Gwen Stefani rocked up to Kate Hudson’s star-studded Halloween party as nothing less than a beautiful princess! Taking an example from the age-old Disney character, Cinderella, Gwen stunned with a scullery-maid-turned-belle-of-the-ball’s trademark powder-blue gown, complete with white gloves and blonde updo with tiara.
A few days leading to Halloween, mother of two and ex-wild child was seen pleading on her Facebook page with the message, “Girls, can we all pledge that we will not dress slutty for this Halloween? The jig is up”. And what do you know? Nicole turned up at Kate Hudson’s bash as, none other than one of Hollywood’s sexiest icons, Jennifer Lopez. Hello, Nicky from the block?
Wow. Hollywood sure does know how to go all out for the only-once-a-year All Hallows’ Eve! Think you can do better than the above celebrities? Drop us an e-mail with pictures of you and your friends’ Halloween costumes at [email protected] and we’ll feature you if we think that you rocked it better than Hollywood!