If you don't fancy all the blood and guts this year, then take inspiration from these major moments from the fashion archives, including Diana's iconic 'revenge dress' and Paris Hilton's signature Juicy Couture tracksuit
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Halloween is just around the corner, and whether you want to look like you've just walked out of you favourite film or want to be mistaken for your favourite fashion icon, Vogue Scandinavia has the costume for you. Whether you're keen to embrace your inner starlet with a sparkling Monroe look (made viral by Kim Kardashian) or to turn in that revenge dress, you can also put these costumes together from items in your wardrobe or by buying clothing that can be worn long after spooky season has come to a close.
Paris Hilton's velour look
Photo: Courtesy of Paris Hilton
The true party princess. Paris Hilton was known for many things while living it up in her party era, but here we're focusing on her velour tracksuits. At one point they were her go-to outfit for everything from hopping on a private jet to grabbing groceries. Now they can be your go-to look for this year's Halloween.
Lady Di's revenge dress
Photo: Tim Graham
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and no one could scorn the people's princess without consequence. Embrace your inner Princess Di this Halloween and show each and every one of your exes just what they're missing out on.
Alicia Silverstone in yellow checks
Would we pass on the opportunity to step out as Cher from Clueless? "As if!" With exactly the right shade of canary yellow and the perfect schoolgirl pleats, all that's left to master is your best Californian Valley girl accent.
Sarah Jessica Parker in pink tulle
We can already hear the jaunty, salsa-esque Sex and the City theme song playing in our heads. The fashion moment that played out on screens year after year, Carrie Bradshaw's outfit in the opening credits has reached sacred levels of sartorial history. While costume designer Patricia Field plucked the original skirt for five dollars from a showroom bin, our version is one that you'll wear again and again long after Halloween is over.
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's
Considered one of the most influential dresses in the history of 20th century clothing and costume design, Givenchy's little black dress for Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly is one of the classiest routes you can take this Halloween. Make sure you have a croissant and coffee to hand for the most authentic take.
Kim Kardashian in Marilyn Monroe's multi-million dollar dress
Before Kim Kardashian squeezed into it for the Met Gala red carpet, it had been sitting for years in a darkened, temperature-controlled vault. While this gown was always a treasured piece of fashion history – Marilyn Monroe wore it when she sang that rendition of 'Happy Birthday Mr. President' to John F Kennedy – it's been enjoying pop culture's spotlight once again following the Kardashian moment.