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Your Halloween outfit: SORTED. Dress like Mike-Ro-Wave, Maleficent and Marcel!


We know it’s a month until Halloween, but that doesn’t mean you can leave your costume until the last minute, right? And it’s pretty boring going as your typical ghosts, ghouls, skeletons and the like. So we have got three pretty awesome inspired outfits for you to wear this Tick or Treating season! Take a look…

Don’t Stop’s Mike-Ro-Wave

You’ve seen 5SOS’ Don’t Stop music video, right? Well this outfit is inspired by the character Mike-Ro-Wave (as played very well by Michael Clifford) and we have got you sorted on how to recreate his look.

Mike Ro Wave Outfit

Cape –  $11.55 Amazon, Top –  £4.99 New Look, Jeans £17.99 Blue Banana, Shoes –  £5.99 New Look, Mask –  0.99p Ebay, Gloves– £3.99 Ebay

Disney’s Maleficent

Maleficent outfit

It was one of our favourite films of the year and now you can look like one of Disney’s vicious villains!

Black cape– £4.99  Amazon, Dress – £12 New Look , Horns –   £2 amazon, Earrings – £12 Etsy, Shoes –  £20 New Look OR look in your nearest Primark for cheaper

Marcel Outfit

This is an easier outfit to put together, so why not go as Marcel a la 2013’s Best Song Ever?

Waistcoat – £19.99 Newlook.com but check your local market and charity shops for cheaper ones. Trousers – £10 Select. Shirt & Tie–  £12 George @ Asda. Glasses –  £5.00 Claires. Shoes –  New Look £15.99

And there you have it! Three awesome looks for you to rock this Halloween. If you dress as one of these characters for Halloween, make sure you snap a selfie and tweet it to us on @maximumpop!

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