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It’s that time of the month again! Fall décor has hit the stores and Halloween is around the corner. The million dollar question that everyone asks is “What should I wear for Halloween?” I’ve compiled different ideas to give you inspiration for your Halloween costume this year – a range of costumes to keep up with new movies, trends and classic costumes that will always be a spooky hit.

Barbie and Ken
From the iconic roller skating costume to the cowboy outfits that Barbie and Ken adorn during the box office hit, “Barbie,” there are countless possibilities and sources of inspiration that you can use for your upcoming Halloween costume. These costumes can be used for singles, duos or even groups. Also, if you dress up in a Barbie theme, but not as trendy of a costume, you could dress up as one of the original animated “Barbie” movies. You can even twin with a friend and dress up as the princesses from “Princess and the Pauper,” the “Three Musketeers” or some of the fairies!

Scream
A Scream costume is always a classic Halloween costume and a perfect go-to, especially with the sixth movie already out and another movie on the way.

Little Mermaid
At one point or another, every girl has dressed up as the Little Mermaid, but now there are new costumes to dress up in because of the new live-action movie. The possibilities are endless!

Ninja Turtles
A good group costume is to dress as the Ninja Turtles. Inspired by the new movie, “Mutant Mayhem,” everyone in your group can dress as one of the four Ninja Turtles.

Taylor Swift – Eras Tour
More on trend and less movie-based, there are probably a million different costumes you could create based off of Taylor Swift and her Eras Tour. You could dress as different album covers or songs and make your costume super creative and stylish.

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