10 Things You Should Wear to Be a Mean Girl On Halloween

Okay, so it’s no longer October 3rd, but in our opinion every day is International #MeanGirls Day. And Halloween provides a particularly good excuse to dress as your favorite character. See below for 10 non-terrifying things to wear on the 31st — because if you’ve seen the film, you’ll know you’re not actually supposed to dress scary.
 


1. A boob-hole tank top
This is an easy DIY if you’re not too attached to the tank top you’re wearing right this second. Bonus points for starting an office trend.

 

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2. Army pants and flip flops
The total cost of buying this outfit at the Salvation Army shouldn’t be more than the total cost of your lunch.

 


3. Your initial backwards in stick-on rhinestones
Jump to #4 if your name starts with A, H, I, M, O, T, U, V, W or X…

 


4. An oversized pink polo shirt
There were many pink items of clothing worn in Mean Girls, but the polo shirt Cady wore on her first Pink Wednesday was the most awesomely awkward. This one is on sale for $14.99 at Macy’s.

 


5. A pleated, plaid mini skirt
Saying your father is the inventor of Toaster Strudel makes it more Burberry.

 


6. An ugly bracelet

 


7. A Christmas costume
Perfect for all you season pushers. Talent not required.

 


8. A pink velour tracksuit
Try substituting virgin cocktails for hard liquor to numb the psychological pain of wearing a pink velour tracksuit.

 


9. Mouse ears
Or any animal ear hat/headband worn with skimpy clothing. If you frequent Urban Outfitters or Topshop the real mission is finding headwear that doesn’t come with animal ears attached.

 


10. Hoop earrings
At only $1.80, who cares if you’re not allowed to wear them?

 

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