(SPOT.ph) Halloween is the one chance you have in a year to go all out in your dress-up game, so it’s best to go big or go home. And since 2017 has been a wild ride, there’s no shortage of super fun, creative costumes you can put on to really turn heads. But if you’re still looking for that perfect outfit, have no fear—we’ve got some ideas right here.
If you’ve got a bae this Halloween, dress up as the endearing duo of Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez from Kita Kita. You’ll surely bring all the
We’ve seen a bunch of unicorn-inspired fashion items all over the Internet and thought: Why not go the extra mile and actually become a unicorn for Halloween? Just look as sparkly and iridescent as possible, and go be that happy unicorn that you really are.
Kim Bok Joo
Wave your K-Drama flag loud and proud by going as everyone’s favorite weightlifting fairy Kim Bok Joo. Just put on your cutest Korean-inspired outfit, pose like a winner, and you’re all set!
Uber and Grab
After the harrowing
Jon Snow from Game of Thrones
We’re still not over the latest season of Game of Thrones. If you aren’t either, dress up as your favorite character from GOT. (We’d totally go as Jon Snow if we had those curly locks.)
Don’t just use the spinner, be the spinner. Show your love for this bizarre yet strangely therapeutic trend by donning it as a costume this Halloween. Bonus points if you can actually get your costume to spin!
John Lloyd and an LPG Tank
We all know that John Lloyd has been through a lot this year. This outfit’s pretty easy to pull off, and you just have to put on your best sad puppy-dog face. Be sure to have that LPG tank cutout handy to complete the look.
Season 2 has only just begun, but you and your squad can show your love for the show by putting on your best Riverdale-inspired OOTDs and going everywhere together.
Because...Commission on Human Rights budget. Not only is this costume so easy to make, but it also tells people how #woke you are about Philippine current events.
There’s no denying an irresistible Korean barbecue. And if you love this food trend as much as we do, then show your support via Halloween costume. Maybe you and your friends can go grab some actual K-barbecue while you’re at it.
Since Halloween is all about nightmares and scary things, why not go as Metro Manila traffic—a.k.a. everyone’s worst nightmare?
Photos by Hans Fausto; fashion styling by Bela Vitug; prop styling by Jenny