• Halloween is almost here
  • The stars partied all weekend
  • Here are the best costumes so far!

The best celebrity costumes of pre-Halloween weekend

Every Halloween it is an absolute treat to see what costumes the stars will wear, undoubtedly wowing fans and inspiring copycat costumes. This year celebrities surly did not disappoint, and we're here to show you some of the best looks of Halloween 2023... so far!

Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch consistently go all-out for Halloween. This year the three 'Riverdale' stars dressed as comic characters, and the looks are incredibly sexy.

Paris Hilton is also notorious for her detailed and fun Halloween costumes. This weekend the socialite appeared as one iconic look from Britney Spears' "Toxic" music video. The resemblance is uncanny! She tagged the singer in her caption which reads, "Icons support icons".

One pair who nailed the couples costume this year was Halsey and boyfriend Avan Jogia, who dressed up as a sexy siren and pirate! The pair make a hot couple and an even hotter Halloween duo.

Speaking of couples, Boygenius members Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker's costumes caused fans to erupt with laughter online. The two musicians went as Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande, and even accurately recreated an iconic photo of the exes. 

Lizzo stunned fans with her incredible Elvira costume. The singer paid such detailed tribute to the horror icon and captured her spooky and sexy look perfectly! 

Perhaps the most controversial costume of the weekend came from Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. The two dressed as characters from 'Kill Bill', which apparently goes against SAG-AFTRA's strike guidelines. There is currently a ban on dressing up as a character from struck-work, but Megan Fox doesn't seem to mind. She even tagged them in her Instagram caption of the post! 

With Halloween day still to come, we're sure to see more incredible celebrity costumes in the coming days. 

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