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23 Disney Halloween Costumes That Will Make You Feel Magical

As fun as it is to dress up like Cinderella and call it a night, being a princess for Halloween is super common. If you're a Disney addict, these 23 less-common costume ideas are sure to spark your interest and give you the most unique costume of the night.

Boo from Monster's Inc.

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Not only is Boo the most adorable character in Monsters Inc, but dressing up like her would be a breeze. Just grab an oversized pink shirt, purple leggings, and throw your hair into high ponytails. Did we mention it's comfy AF?

Meg from Hercules

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This YouTube tutorial will show you exactly how to get Meg's gorgeous look. Plus, Meg has got to be the most badass, underrated female Disney character.

Darla from Finding Nemo

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Now this halloween costume is sure to impress. Be Darla, the orthodontist's niece from Finding Nemo, and you have an excuse to be as obnoxious as you want.

Olaf from Frozen

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Lauren gives us a simple tutorial on how to create your very own Olaf costume. Who knew dressing up as a snowman could be so cute?

Ariel and Ursula from The Little Mermaid

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Grab your BFF and go out on Halloween as enemies. The makeup and hair is really what makes these costumes so impressive.

Cruella Deville from 101 Dalmatians

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"Cruella Deville, Cruella Deville, if she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will!" She's both scary and sexy at the same time—in other words, she makes the perfect costume for Halloween.

Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather from Sleeping Beauty

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Ditch the snoozing princess and opt for these fairy triplets instead.

The Characters from Inside Out

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Inside Out was such a huge hit when it came out last June, so get a crew together and dress up as emotions—you'll be happy you did (or sad, or disgusted, or angry, or nervous...).

The Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland

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Because being royalty is never a bad thing.

Mia Thermopolis and Lilly Moscovitz from Princess Diaries

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This one is super easy and even more fun to act out. Find a couple plaid skirts, collared shirts, and knee-length socks, and you're on your way to the throne!

The Seven Dwarves from Snow White

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This Halloween costume is ideal for big groups of friends. Each of you can pick a dwarf that represents you—mine would probably be sleepy.

Tinkerbell from Peter Pan

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Tink is also an underrated Disney female—she doesn't always follow the rules and she's sassy as hell. If you choose to be her, your behavior that night should follow suit.

Flounder and Sebastian from The Little Mermaid

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Play Ariel's side kicks by dressing as Flounder the fish and Sebastian the crab. Get a whole crew together to include Ariel, Ursula, the King and Prince Eric.

Kida from Atlantis

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Um, hello! Atlantis is a gem that often gets lost in the vast array of Disney movies, but Kida is the perfect character to emulate this Halloween.

Winnie the Pooh

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These adorable Winnie the Pooh characters are perfect for a group costume. If you've got a guy friend to throw in the mix, make him Christopher Robin.

Nemo, Dory, and Marlin from finding Nemo

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With the recent release of Finding Dory, this adorable Disney character costume is even more on point.

Jasmine and Rajah from Aladdin

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Princess Jasmine is definitely one of the best, and pairing her signature outfit with a pal in a tiger costume is bound to get a lot of recognition.

Minnie and Daisy

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Back to the classics. Minnie Mouse only gets better when she's accompanied by her bestie Daisy Duck.

Edna from The Incredibles

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Edna is by far the best character in The Incredibles. If you dressed as her, you'd get to walk around yelling, "NO CAPES!" to every super hero you see.

Characters from Up

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TBH, dressing up as a boy scout and an old grandpa sounds like the most fun. Plus, you get balloons and a dog (and Kevin, if you have another person).

Disney Princesses

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Maybe you're obsessed with Disney princesses and your crew already has plans to dress up as them. Try a unique spin on the princess costume by adding tutus, like these ladies did.

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