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Top 5 Halloween Costumes for Girls 2014

Oct 16, 2013

From pretty princess to warty witch, there's no shortage of great costumes for Halloween out there, but getting just the right one for you is the tricky part - check out the Top 5 Halloween Costumes for Girls for 2014!

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No.5: Mad Hatter

Fall down the rabbit hole and do a little gender bending this Halloween - Alice (in Wonderland) is a tried and true Halloween costume for girls, but let's be honest, there's a whole cast of fabulous characters that are a whole lot more fun - ditch the blue pinafore and dress up as the Mad Hatter this halloween - when you add a few girly touches, it looks mad cute.

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No.4: Pirate

If you're a rebel at heart, then pirate is a costume that'll let you show you're true skull and crossbones spirit, there are so many different versions of this costume you probably won't run into anyone wearing the exact same one - and the best part? If you're on a budget or a DIY diva then it's easy and fun to create your own from scratch pirate look, just start digging through your old clothes and take some scissors to them to create a ragged pirate look.

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No.3: Flapper

The Great Gatsby should provide plenty of inspiration to any flapper costume hunters out there. Wearing a flapper costume is guaranteed to make you feel elegant and sophisticated, you won't be able to stop shaking your fringed dress all night. Add some long strings of pearls, and paint your lips red to complete the look.

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No.2:  Cleopatra

Historical figures aren't often exciting for Halloween, but Cleopatra is the one who hands down breaks the rule every time. The Egyptian queen is the definition of power and mystery, and for just one night, you can be her.

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No.1: Zombie-Ballerina

Trying to decide whether or not to go with a truly scary costume can be a hard decision, but if you're looking for perfect compromise between looking great and looking gross, Zombie Ballerina is the answer!

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Have Your Say

What are you going as for Halloween this year? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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hugebear
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