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LIST: Easy celebrity Halloween costumes you can pull off this spooky season

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Oct 29, 2023 8:31 pm

Nothing is more exciting for kids and kids at heart than planning your Halloween costume, no matter what it is. It's the perfect time to express one's creativity in spooky, thrilling ways.

If you need some inspiration for your Halloween parties this year, look no further as PhilSTAR L!fe rounded up some easy yet fun costumes you can pull off as seen in some local and international celebrities.

Mikee Quintos as Hannah Montana

Want to be a pop star by night? Live the best of both worlds as Hannah Montana just like Mikee Quintos.

For anyone who grew up watching Disney Channel, it's quite easy to recognize the GMA star's chosen character with her straight blonde hair and performer get-up.

Bringing back the iconic pop star, all you have to do is wear a straight blond wig with full bangs and a thin, sparkly scarf that you can wrap around your neck for the party. Since Hannah Montana was known for layering her outfits, you can also grab a glittery tube in a girly color like pink, purple, or yellow plus a textured blazer. 

For your bottoms, you can go for elephant-cut jeans and cowboy boots. 

For accessories, you can never go wrong with colorful, dangly earrings with a lot of sparkle and shine. You can also buy bright bracelets and necklaces.

If it's not much of a hassle, carrying around a microphone could also be a plus point. 

Adele as Morticia Addams

Wednesday became a hit when it premiered late last year on Netflix for its supernatural comedy horror themes. While it's expected for a lot of people to go for the main character Wednesday Addams (played by Jenna Ortega), singer Adele opted to channel another member of the Addams family—Morticia—for her Halloween costume during her Las Vegas residency on Oct. 27.

If you're also thinking of dressing up as the character, the first rule is, of course, to consistently wear a deadpan expression throughout the party. Next is to grab a form-fitting, long-sleeved gown, with bell sleeves and a trailing trumpet hem for a witchy vibe. Morticia is also known for her long black hair, so you can opt for a wig to be able to pull this off. 

To complement the look, you can do a dark-cut crease eyeshadow like Adele and match it with a dark lippie. Don't forget the intimidating rings on your fingers and some long, blood-red nails to seal the deal.

Kourtney Kardashian as Kim Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian recreated one of the most recognizable looks of her sister Kim Kardashian for Halloween.

The 44-year-old Lemme founder recently posted Instagram snaps of herself wearing Kim's 2013 Met Gala attire, which the latter donned while carrying her now-10-year-old daughter North West.

It looks like Kourtney wore the exact same Givenchy dress as Kim with the same makeup and hairstyle. She also added matching gloves and shoes to the ensemble, which was designed by designer Riccardo Tisci, exactly as Kim had done ten years ago.

If you want to copy the look, just grab a long-sleeved floral dress. You can even go all out and DIY a thigh-high slit as well as hand accessories. And just like the Kardashian sisters, finish off your look with a slicked-back ponytail and a bold lippie.

Chie Filomeno as a fairy

Want to look cute and eye-catching this Halloween? Take some notes from former PBB housemate Chie Filomeno. 

Just wear a body-fitting mini dress, a romantic or lacy corset, and a mesh skirt for a subtly sexy look. You can also DIY some fairy wings and get as creative as you want. You can match it with high heels like Chie, or opt for some flats to enjoy the night without a hassle.

David Licauco as Roronoa Zoro

The Japanese manga series One Piece became hot again with the release of its live-action adaptation, where viewers excitedly joined the Straw Hat Pirates in their grand adventures.

A lot of people almost instantly became fans of Mackenyu Arata, who portrays Roronoa Zoro, a skillful swordsman in the Netflix series. If you are one of them and want to try this costume for your next spookfest a la David Licauco, you would only need a green wig, beige coat, trousers, girdle, and cuffles. Don't forget his three-piece iconic earrings as well as some swords for some added oomph.

Jose Sarasola and Rodjun Cruz as Mario and Luigi

Going to the party with a plus one? Keep things fun by portraying the iconic video game characters, Mario and Luigi, just like chef Jose Sarasola and actor Rodjun Cruz. 

The concept is pretty simple. You can pull off their looks with a pair of overalls preferably a jumper, a red or green shirt and hat, white gloves, fake mustache, and white shoes.

Happy Halloween, everyone!