11 last-minute celebrity-inspired Halloween outfits to DIY

We've trawled Amazon for the closest (and less expensive) versions of these celebrities' Halloween costumes.

If you're anything like us, you've long accepted that your life is going to be all 'bout that Instagram lifestyle on a millennial budget.

But don’t fret! You can get the celebrity look super-cheap with a few savvy shopping hacks.

Take Halloween for example – here's how YOU can replicate some of the best costumes sported by famouses with heat's help. #Welks.

1) Chloë Grace Moretz as a zombie bride

Chloë went literally ALL OUT in 2012 at Jonathan Ross' Halloween party. Dressed as a scarily-convinvcing zombie bride, there's a slight touch of Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls (you know what we're talking about) but we say: fair play to ya, Chloë. You can recreate her look by clicking below.

Zombie dress, £41.99.

Zombie wig, £12.95.

Zombie gloves, £6.95.

2) Jimmy Carr as Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family

Jimmy's turn as Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family in 2014 seriously impressed us - Christina Ricci who? You can become Wednesday too with these bits...

Wednesday Addams dress, £6.15.

Wednesday Addams accessories, £18.99.

3) Kim Kardashian as a skeleton

The first of three Kardashian mentions here, Kim dressed as a skeleton in 2014. Of course, this is Kween Kimmy K, so she's in THE MOST body-hugging outfit to be featured here - you can get your very own skin-tight skeleton jumpsuit here.

Skeleton jumpsuit, £19.99.

4) Emily Ratajkowski as Marge Simpson from *The Simpsons

Ok, it's not exactly a SCARY character to channel for Halloween, but everyone's favourite yellow-skinned TV mum would be SO MUCH FUN to dress up as. Plus, if you've got a couple of willing pals, you can go as the full Simpsons family. We've got two options below - either you can buy the full body suit, or you can get a bit creative with the other items and piece it together yourself.

Marge Simpson - full costume, £41.98.

Marge Simpson wig, £14.62.

Marge Simpson dress, £3.98.

Marge Simpson necklace, £3.99.

Yellow tights, £2.56.

Snazaroo yellow face paint, £3.59.

5) Gigi Hadid as Sandy from Grease

Again, Sandy isn't exactly scary (sure, the U-turn of her ENTIRE personality at the end of Grease purely to get off with a marginally fit man is pretty terrifying), but if you're more into being sexy gorgeous at Halloween, then Sandy might be the one that you want.


Sandy outfit, £17.31.

Sandy wig, £14.87.

Black heels, £6.95.

6) Kim Kardashian as Poison Ivy from Batman & Robin

Another costume to give a go if you're more a fan of the Halloween-hottie trend is Poison Ivy. Kim channeled Uma Thurman's character from Batman & Robin in 2011, albeit with a slightly more risqué twist. For a dress like Kimmy, click the top link. If you're more a Batman traditionalist, there's a Poison Ivy jumpsuit just below that.

Poison Ivy dress, £32.71.

Poison Ivy jumpsuit, £48.99.

Extra ivy, £2.28.

Red wig, £5.16.

Green eye mask, £2.99.

7) Iggy Azalea as Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians

You can be one of Disney's most evil villains (how could anyone murder puppies?!) for the evening for just over £30. We've found a dress more similar to Glenn Close's version - but we're afraid you can't buy an actual dalmatian from Amazon. Yet.

Cruella De Vil dress, £20.62.

Cruella De Vil black and white wig, £11.85.

Dalmatian cuddly toy (coz why not?), £9.00.

8) Blue Ivy as Michael Jackson at the 11th Annual American Music Awards

Possibly the cutest interpretation of the King Of Pop we've ever seen, Blue Ivy Carter dressed as Michael Jackson when he attended the 11th Annual American Music Awards in his famous red military jacket. And now you can too.

Michael Jackson military jacket - adult, £38.66.

Michael Jackson wig, £7.20.

9) Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit

It must be acknowledged that Heidi Klum wins Halloween nearly every year. She just wins it. Last year's effort saw her completely transform into the cartoon Jessica Rabbit, wife of the titular character in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She even posted a time-lapse video of how she became the toon.

Even if you don't have a team of prosthetic make-up artists behind you, you can do a pretty bang up job with the bits and bobs here.

Jessica Rabbit dress, £29.99.

Jessica Rabbit wig, £19.99.

Purple gloves, £4.91.

Red heels, £7.99 - £16.00.

10) Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne as Mario and Luigi

Yes, we KNOW the Mario brothers aren't particularly scary - but they're a staple of Halloween and it is simply someone's job each year to attend each party as one or both brother. So come on, step up to the plate.

Mario costume, £15.99.

Luigi costume, £14.99.

White gloves, £1.95.

11) Channing Tatum as The Cat In The Hat

This is an absolutely GENIUS idea. Hats off to you, Channing.

(Sorry again.)

Anyway, it's normally pretty darn cold on the night of Hallowed Eve. Sure, you can be sexy and dress up as Sandy or Poison Ivy. OR you can wear a lovely warm onesie and it still counts. We know what we'd rather.

Cat onesie, £12.99.

Cat In The Hat accessories, £6.58.

And the character that EVERYONE will want to be this Halloween... Harley Quinn

We don't know about you, but Harley Quinn's madness was a little bit tempting for us - so we're going to be channeling the Suicide Squad siren this spooky season as it's probs the only chance we'll get.

Harley Quinn wig, £17.98.

Harley Quinn t-shirt top, £19.46.

Harley Quinn shorts, £8.26.

Harley Quinn inflatable bat, £16.95.

Fishnet tights, £1.20.

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