Relive Iconic Movies With These Celeb Copycat Costumes

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With Halloween on our heels, you’re probably spending a lot of your time shopping for the perfect costume. If you’re tired of seeing the same “scary cat” and “spooky ghosts” choices, then try one of these celeb copycat costumes from some of the most iconic movies to date.

Meryl Streep (as Miranda Priestly) – The Devil Wears Prada

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Stick to a color combination of black, white and red. Buy a white wig, matching jewelry and carry around a couple issues of Vogue magazine. Oh, and don’t forget the best accessory for this look: a no-nonsense attitude.

Audrey Hepburn (as Holly Golightly) – Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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No iconic movie character is more quoted or copied than Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly. Bring high class sophisticate to any Halloween party this year with this timeless costume.

Marilyn Monroe (as The Girl) – The Seven Year Itch

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This costume comes from probably one of the most memorable scenes from any movie, thanks to the perfect timing of a subway grating and Marilyn Monroe’s charm. Easily recreate this look before it’s sold out.

Stacey Dash (as Dionne) – Clueless


Schoolgirl plaid is the name of the game when it comes to portraying any of the classic characters from Clueless. But if you’re not sure if you look good in flannel, then try this easier style instead.

  • Ivonne contrast burgundy Peter Pan collar dress – tv3
  • GoldToe knee high socks – JCPenney
  • Amiana Mary Janes – 6pm

Julia Roberts (as Vivian Ward) – Pretty Woman

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This is such an iconic choice for a Halloween costume that even Julia’s own niece, Emma Roberts, donned it as her look of choice a couple years ago.

Diane Keaton (as Annie Hall) – Annie Hall

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The best thing about the Annie Hall costume is that it’s made up of items that are probably already in your closet. This tomboy look is also quite trendy at the moment, so you can easily wear this after the Halloween festivities are over.


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