On Wednesdays we wear pink. Duh! This is an amazing and very easy group costume for your group of bad bitches. The only challenge is figuring out if you’re a Regina or a Cady. So, time to hit up the mall and shop for some pink cardigans with your Plastics. Continue reading to find out how to pull these looks off for you and your squad.
“It’s not my fault you’re like in love with me or something.”
If you don’t have a red Thanhed Henley Shirt ($13) and a pair of Hybrid & Company Boot Cut Pants ($25) in your closet, you can get Cady’s outfit for under $40 and delivered to your house in two days, if you order from Amazon Prime. For her hair, it was important for our Cady-look-alike to have side-swept straight bangs, while the rest of her hair was voluminous with beachy curls. To get this look, we used a curling wand to wrap small pieces of hair at a time and pull them out for a loose curl effect. Next, we scrunched with hairspray to add volume to her roots, then straightened her bangs and tucked them behind her ear with a bobby pin. As for Cady’s makeup, it was all about the eyeliner, baby! For our other mean girls, we applied soft smokey eyes with bright-pink blush, and of course, LOTS of lip gloss.
“Why are you so obsessed with me?”
For Regina’s outfit, we nabbed a pleated pink skirt and Ninexis Cardigan ($19) — again for under $40. Pair these pieces with a white tee and you’re set. You MAY have the outfit, but do you have the attitude?
“It’s like I have ESPN or something. My breasts can always tell when it’s going to rain. Well… they can tell when it’s raining.”
To achieve Karen’s style, it takes just a little DIY love. Find a pink pullover sweater and a navy bow. Sew the bow on the shoulder and match it with a pink mini skirt. Next thing you know, you’ll be able to predict the weather.
”I’m sorry that people are so jealous of me, but I can’t help it that I’m popular.”
You can look like Gretchen with a little handmade work. Buy a brown mini skirt and some cream colored felt. Cut the felt into strips and glue them on to match the pattern of Gretchen’s skirt.
We don’t know about you, but these costumes are SO FETCH (and easy to create).
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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Hair and Makeup: Micaela Friedman
Photography: Kurt Andre
Modeling: Micaela Friedman, Lee Schellenberger, Ashley Perlman, Brenda Lawrence
(Photos via Concept Arts)