Forget the flammable costumes (we call them #RIP outfits). Meet Moda’s stylish cast of characters, created from amazing pieces you can wear the other three hundred and sixty four days of the year.
Gustav Klimt’s Woman in Gold
Consider the 1907 painting by Gustav Klimt, the sophisticated take on the Tin Man costume.
Just make sure you’re an expert braider (and look okay with a middle part).
Please the crowd as fashion’s favorite octogenarian.
Rosie the Riveter
Yes, the poster girl for female empowerment has a name—seize this moment to tell everyone what it is.
If you like piña coladas…and Johanna Ortiz.
Who wouldn’t seize the opportunity to have millions of diamonds (not mention husbands) for one night?
A rock-chic take on “The Bride of Frankenstein” costume classic.
It’s the moment to pay homage to the Purple Rain star.
You still can’t get tickets—but you can certainly get the look.
Forgo the conventional cat ears and dress like the Italian glamour puss in leopard Dolce.
She made us want geek glasses way before Gucci. Hail Woody Allen’s original trendsetter here.
Titania, Queen of the Fairies
Rodarte’s whimsical runway lineup of forest nymphs are entirely worthy of Shakespeare’s fairy queen.
The finishing touch? You can skip this month's brow grooming appointment…
Chanel from “Scream Queens”
Dress to kill as Chanel (1,2,3 or 4) in a retro pink look.
It wouldn’t be Halloween without our favorite Wes Anderson girl. Don’t forget the cigarette.
The Mad Hatter
One for someone who loves fashion and literature.
*Please note the Pink Panther is not included.
Krystle Carrington from “Dynasty”
Get ahead of the next season's exaggerated shoulder trend by channeling Krystle Carrington from the epic Eighties soap.
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