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When it comes to pop culture-inspired Halloween costumes, you can find inspiration just about anywhere, but if you want to make sure everyone gets the reference, it’s best to go for a classic. A look that will never go out of style? An iconic Audrey Hepburn costume. While most people tend to dress like the Audrey character from the 1961s Breakfast at Tiffany’s (since all it takes is a little black dress and chic accessories), Holly Golightly isn’t the only Audrey Hepburn DIY look you can wear for Halloween this year, and if you’re looking for some style inspiration, then you have come to the right place.
Dressing up as one of Audrey’s most popular characters is a great Halloween costume idea for women going solo, but many of her movies also feature other big stars, which means you can easily find inspiration for a matching best friend set or group outfit. . And, of course, there are plenty of love scenes to do, which you can recreate for a totally romantic couple’s costume.
Looking to don a Regency era costume? So face Natasha Rostova from 1956 War and peace. Need a last minute homemade outfit? For this you’ll want to go with Jo Stockton from 1957 Funny head. And if you’re feeling meta, you can always dress up as big little lies character wearing an Audrey Hepburn costume, inspired by the costume party from the season 1 finale. Whether you want to make an elaborate homemade costume or something simple and sensible, there’s an Audrey Hepburn-inspired idea for you.
So if you believe in pink, kisses and happy girls are the prettiest, then we’ve got all the best Audrey Hepburn Halloween costumes to recreate this year, based on popular characters, like Eliza Doolittle in my lovely ladyto others more obscure, like Gabrielle Simpson in Paris when it sizzles.
DIY Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
If you already have an LBD in your closet, it couldn’t be easier to dress up as everyone’s favorite window shopper. Just put on a pair of gloves and some key jewelry, and you’ll be good to go.
DIY Princess Ann in roman holidays
Want to play an undercover princess? Then put on a button down shirt and midi skirt to become Princess Ann of roman holidays. Bonus points if you stop by your Halloween party on a Vespa scooter.
DIY Nicole Bonnet in how to steal a million
Audrey wears many iconic outfits designed by Givenchy as Nicole Bonnet in the 1966 comedy heist How to steal a million. However, her most memorable look has to be the black lace ensemble she wore on her secret date at the Ritz, and it’s easier to recreate than you might think.
DIY Eliza Doolittle in my lovely lady
While it’s certainly not the easiest look to pull off, you can transform into 1964’s Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle. my lovely lady using a long white dress, strategically placed ribbons and a comically large hat.
DIY Jo Stockton in Funny head
For a last-minute costume you’ve probably already hung in your closet, pair a black turtleneck with black cropped pants, and you’ll instantly become Jo Stockton, shy shop assistant turned muse.
DIY Natasha Rostova in War and peace
Although people might mistake you for Daphne Bridgerton in this look, true Audrey Hepburn fans will recognize that you’re trying to emulate the flighty young Countess Natasha Rostova from War and peace.
DIY Gabrielle Simpson in Paris when it sizzles
You might not be able to get your hands on Gabrielle Simpson’s 1964s Polka Dot Green Givenchy Skirt Suit Paris when it sizzlesbut you can recreate it quite easily with similar color dividers and the right accessories.
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