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DIY Halloween Costumes with Erica Domesek of P.S. - I Made This

October 31, aka Halloween, is fast approaching—and if you're still searching for a perfect disguise for the big night, your worries end here! In anticipation of the special DIY Halloween costume hotline she's hosting later this evening with HelloGiggles, P.S. - I Made This crafting guru Erica Domesek let Lucky in on some of her favorite make-it-yourself get-ups. Read on for a few of Erica's easy-to-whip-up looks, all of which you can pull together from items you likely already own. Let the creepy crafts begin!

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Sushi

You'll need: a white long-sleeved shirt, white skinny jeans, a pillow with white skinny tape around it to create the lines seen in salmon slices and a thick black ribbon or belt to secure the pillow to your body.

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Rachel Zoe

You'll need: a black dress, fur vest, large sunglasses, oversized bag, blonde wig, floppy hat and Starbucks cup.

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Royal Wedding Guest

You'll need: a fancy dress of your choice, pumps and a fascinator. Small British flag optional.

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Matador

You'll need: a cropped, fiitted blazer (bold shoulders, please!), bustier, short-shorts or cropped black leggings and a yard of red fabric to fashion the cape. Braid your hair into two braids and pin atop your head—or opt for a low bun instead. 

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Anna Wintour

You'll need: a bobbed wig, sheath dress, oversized sunglasses, a pair of Manolo Blahniks...and an issue of Vogue, of course.

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Little Edie Beale

You'll need: a scarf (to wrap around your head and pin in place with a brooch), printed bathing suit, tights, sweater (wrapped and tied around your waist), low-heeled pumps, red lipstick and a cat (of either the real or stuffed-animal variety).

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Dancing With the Stars

You'll need: a dress you can tango in (rhinestone embellishments are a plus), heels and a flower for your hair. For extra credit, spray on a tan.

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Coco Chanel

You'll need: a two-piece tweed suit, pearls, cigarette (go for faux, please!) and gold puffy paint to decorate your blazer with those iconic double C's. Alternatively, sport a striped Breton-style shirt and sailor pants to channel Coco during her younger years.

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