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The best part of Halloween season — aside from the candy, haunted houses, parties, and excuse to go out in full-body spandex — is seeing famous people dressed up in elaborate costumes. The holiday is something celebrities have traditionally taken very seriously, and this year was no exception. From punny outfits that made us LOL to coordinated looks that redefined the term couple #goals, our Instagram feeds certainly didn’t disappoint.
Don’t believe us? Scroll through to see the best celebrity Halloween costumes of 2018, and feel free to use them as a little inspo for October 31 if you still don’t have a costume for yourself.
Rita Ora was completely unrecognizable as rapper Post Malone -- face tattoos and all.
Wearing a pink lingerie dress, Kendall Jenner channeled a Fembot from the film Austin Powers.
You know you’re winning Halloween when you can simultaneously use the holiday as an excuse to troll your sister, which is exactly what Nicky Hilton did when she dressed up as early-aughts era Paris. Now, that's hot.
Sarah Hyland and boyfriend Wells Adams were all about the funny couple's costume this year, going together as Taco Belle. Get it?
Another celeb take on the “punny” costume? Nina Dobrev as a totally unexpected take on the blockbuster title, A Star is Born.
Can’t you practically hear Olivia Munn saying, “Bok bok, bitch” while dressed as Crazy Rich Asians' ever-fabulous Peik Lin?
Singer-songwriter Halsey used green bodypaint to turn herself into a very convincing (and seriously sexy) Posion Ivy, which she called her “fav costume of all time ever.”
Gabrielle Union went the nostalgic route with an awesome rendition of Gwen Stefani circa the '90s.
Ryan Seacrest and Shayna Taylor went full-on fashion as Karl Lagerfeld and Anna Wintour.
Joe Jonas took the concept of a “couple’s costume” to an entirely new level by dressing up as Sansa Stark, aka his fiancée Sophie Turner’s character from Game of Thrones.
Cindy Crawford made it a family affair; hers dressed as iconic rock musicians, including Joan Jett and David Bowie.