A woman who dressed up as Beyoncé for Halloween decided to include blackface in her costume, but on Monday she was fired from her job as a nurse.
The woman, who was in costume to deliver a fashion presentation for a private tour, claimed that a security guard accused her of stealing the outfit from its Costume Institute.
Sadly, the necklace containing the ashes was lost at Disney, and the mom has put out a plea on Facebook to enlist help to find it.
This year a popular Halloween couple costume idea is dressing up President Trump and his wife, Melania.
Dressed up as a police officer and members of the U.S. army Chloe, Spencer, and Tristan all look very patriotic, each being posed in saluting positions.
Halloween is a time where cultural appropriation and other general offensiveness flourishes. You’d think that celebrities would be all too aware of the controversy their close-to-the-mark costumes could cause, but a lot still do it anyway.Actress and dancer Julianne Hough has to be the worst offender. In 2013, she went full blackface to dress up as ‘Orange Is the New Black”s Crazy Eyes, earning herself a shedload of criticism.Unfortunately, she’s not the only one.Heidi Klum upset the Hindu community in 2008 after transforming into goddess Kali while both Chrissy Teigen and Paris Hilton offended with their sexed-up American Indian costumes.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Anne Frank and other questionable Halloween costumesHalloween costume ideas for families, from superheroes to Star WarsEvery one of Heidi Klum’s Halloween party costumes
It didn't take long for reports of Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy to inspire the “Reality Star in the Making” outfit, maybe this Halloween’s biggest “sexy” look.
A 5-year-old boy caught the attention of his classroom — and the admiration of his parents — when he showed up to his preschool’s year-end celebration dressed as a ninja.
"Sometimes you just have to take off the mask and confess!" Madonna captioned an Instagram photo of herself and a friend dressed up for Purim
The gold “slave” bikini that Princess Leia wore in Return of the Jedi is the stuff of legend. On Tuesday, Carrie Fisher passed away following a heart attack she suffered aboard a flight from London to Los Angeles on Friday. Fisher was an actress, author, mental health advocate, writer and mother, but to many, she will be most fondly remembered as Princess Leia, the iconic heroine she played in the Star Wars trilogy.
Whether you’re planning on being a skeleton this Halloween or going full zombie, adding novelty contact lenses is sure to make any costume pop. According to the College of Optometrists, wearing our favourite creepy lenses could be putting our eye health at risk as unlike normal contact lenses, they aren’t fitted by professionals who can give you advice on how to use them correctly.
The “Parisian Heist Robbery Victim Costume Kit” is selling for $69.99. The Parisian Heist Robbery Victim Costume Kit is available through Costumeish. “She has devoted her life to promoting American decadence, youth, and hedonism but all that flashy living caught up with her one night in Paris when armed men bound her, stole her jewelry and her peace of mind,” the company wrote in the product description, making light of a serious situation a tad bit too soon.
A picture of a little girl dressed up as Ariel from “The Little Mermaid” being accompanied by her mer-dad in Disneyland has gone viral on Imgur and Reddit. Not only did the dad wear a giant sparkly mermaid tail, he accessorized with a gold crown and hand cuffs — possibly to look like King Triton. As Little Mermaid fans would know, King Triton is Ariel’s dad, which just adds another layer of cuteness to this photo! “As a person who’s dad wasn’t always there, this made me cry,” wrote the13pianist on Reddit.
With waist-trainers reaching peak popularity in 2016, and all the different personas you can adopt for the Halloween season, it’s little surprise women are seeking out body-shaping costumes for the year’s most haunted holiday. Big-box retailers are embracing the body-shaping fashion trend as a key costume choice for the season; just take a peek at a corseted Cruella de Ville from Target ($50) or a waist-cinched Dorothy at Walmart ($53). Party City even has an entire category devoted to body-shaping looks this year, something the retailer has been tracking for a while. According to a rep for the chain, the store’s Halloween experts “use the influence of popular culture and fashion to inspire” their costume accessories and looks.
In case you missed it, Disney’s?“Alice Through the Looking Glass” hits theatres tomorrow. While we’re excited to see the return of stars like Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter and Mia?Wasikowska, we’re most excited to see the extravagant costume and makeup looks.?