If We Were Dressing Up For Halloween
Joanna Zhuk | Gothic Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl
The dark spin on the picture-perfect girl of the Upper East Side.
Amanda Zurita | Maddy from Euphoria
Okay, I’m far enough out of high school that this costume might not be for me, but since we’re not actually getting dressed up for Halloween this year, a girl can dream. I’d take makeup inspo from the show’s makeup artist, Doniella Davy, and dress in some of these outlandishly scandalous options.
Amanda Hillen | Margot Tenenbaum from the Royal Tenenbaums
This Wes Anderson film is filled with incredible quirky fashion like all the rest. Margot Helen Tenenbaum's cheeky prep looks make the perfect adopted-chain-smoking-literary-genius costume—even if you're just staying home to watch the movie.
Camille Burkhardt | Silvio Dante from The Sopranos
Of the Soprano crew, Sil’s got the best style. You just can’t beat the attitude and confidence of a pinstripe suit. Throw on some gold chains and patent flair and bada bing! It’s the perfect ensemble for Halloween or any day for that matter.
Olivia Christensen | Jo March from Little Women
Jo March's style is the perfect mix of 19th-century structured menswear vests and kerchiefs, big-volumed skirts, and ruffled sleeves. Halloween is the perfect time to go all out on the prairiecore style, but afterwards I can wear all the pieces separately in a modern way.