Rachel Paige
November 02, 2015 12:13 pm

Halloween has come and gone, and now it’s going to be a long 364-day wait until we’ve got a solid excuse to dress up in costumes again. This also means that now we’ve got 364 days to actually plan out a killer costume instead of throwing one together at the absolute last second before walking out the door. Which, let’s be honest, is a Halloween tradition itself.

Well, we’ve got lots of inspiration for Halloween ’16, thanks to the outstanding costumes that our favorite celebrities wore in 2015. They kicked Halloween up a notch this year, and all of them knew not to dress as Harley Quinn. So while it might be November 2nd now, it’s never to late to look back at our favorite costumes. Save them to your dashboard, desktop, and pin these for later.  You’re going to want to remember these.

Neil Patrick Harris and Family

You might say their costumes are legendary.

Heidi Klum    

There are no words for Heidi Klum’s Jessica Rabbit costume. I think she just won Halloween for the decade.


Colton Haynes

The former Arrow and Teen Wolf star is completely unrecognizable as our favorite


The Rock.

He clearly eats his fair share of spinach every single day. Viola Davis’ Daughter.

THE BEST. THE MOST ADORABLE. Viola Davis’ daughter, Genesis, wanted to go as her mom for Halloween, and now she has completely stolen our hearts. Next year we’re going to go as Genesis dressed up as her mom.


Katy Perry.

This costume came with an actual mic drop. Katy Perry wins.


Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie went as the best character who could also double as the best Christmas character, too. She could leave this costume on until December and we’d be fine with it.


Tyra Banks

They say never meet your heroes, but there’s no harm in dressing up like them for Halloween. Tyra Banks went as her business hero, Richard Branson, and she completely nailed it. Allison Williams

Here Allison Williams reads a story about far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, and a prince in disguise!


Jessica Alba and Kelly Sawyer

These girls are sharing co-creator spots as the inventors of Post-Its.


Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds went as himself, who also happens to be Deadpool. Do you think these little kids (appropriately dressed as some X-Men) know who’s behind the red and black mask?

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