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15 Girl Gang Halloween Costumes for 2016

Planning the perfect group costume can be a challenge. You and the squad want to look original but not so unique that nobody will get the costume. As much as you want to do Spice Girls or Charlie’s Angels again, you also know it’s been done to death. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. These 15 costumes are a perfect choice for your Halloween girl group! 

1. The Pretty Little Liars

The only question is, which one of you gets to be A?

2. Orange Is the New Black cast

Who knew prison uniforms could be fun?

3. Schuyler Sisters

You’ll be singing all night long!

4. Snapchat filters

Bonus points if you take pictures of your costume with an actual Snapchat filter over it.

5. Olympic Gymnasts Final Five

Show the world what you’re made of.

6. The women from Mad Max

These women kick serious ass. 

7. The Kardashians

Whether you do this ironically or not, there are SO many possibilities.

8. The Sanderson sisters

A ’90s throwback that’ll fill you with witchy nostalgia.

9. Women laughing with salad

Only people who haven’t Googled “women with salad” won’t get it.

10. The Golden Girls

Dibs on being Blanche!

11. Sailor Scouts

Best part? There are so many Sailor Scouts that this is almost a sorority-level costume. 

12. Ghostbusters

Now officially 100 percent more feminist because of the new Ghostbusters

13. Hipster Disney princesses

You could also go as regular princesses, but that doesn’t come with all the necessary sarcasm.

14. Mean Girls

On the plus side, you probably own everything you need for this one.

15. The Bachelor contestants

For when you need an excuse to carry a rose around all night.  

Alaina Leary is an award-winning editor and journalist. She is currently the communications manager of the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books and the senior editor of Equally Wed Magazine. Her work has been published in New York Times, Washington Post, Healthline, Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Boston Globe Magazine, and more. In 2017, she was awarded a Bookbuilders of Boston scholarship for her dedication to amplifying marginalized voices and advocating for an equitable publishing and media industry. Alaina lives in Boston with her wife and their two cats.
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