On-trend Halloween costumes are kind of our thing. This October 31, get your crew together for a trendy millennial pink outfit with a rad, punk spin. Slay with badass accessories like faux facial piercings, ripped clothing, and pink hair color. Then turn up the angst and trick-or-treat to the beat of your own drum. With no f**ks given, this is your night to own the look and have fun. Scroll on to see how it's done.
Preppy Punk: Think Clueless, with a tougher take. To re-create this stylin' outfit, pair a plaid skirt ($21) with a pink cropped sweater ($50). For the hairstyle, incorporate fab pink extensions ($10) and tease the hair to the max before slicking back in a pony. Finally, apply heavy winged eyeliner application for a look that'll be totally buggin'.
Punk Dude: A look so cool, a riot might break out. Start with this faux nose ring ($8) and chain plus pink-tipped mohawk ($7) combo. Outfit yourself in a DIY Lou Reed T-shirt ($1+) (designed with spray paint and stencils) and tight pink zip pants ($33+). Now you'll be ready to lead your angsty crew.
‘80s Rock Punk: Bring the 'tude to the holiday with this gnarly, ‘80s inspired getup. A multi-hued mesh T-shirt dress ($6+) and radical hot pink combat boots ($30+) will get the job done. Add two French braids to one side of your head for a complete look that any throwback rocker will totally love — no duh!
Pop-girl Punk: Your no-nonsense approach to your millennial pink garb starts with a “Pink is Punk” tee ($19). Just use safety pins and fishnets ($3+) for extra flair. Dab on hot pink eyeshadow, a black lippie, and pigtail buns to disguise your ordinarily bubbly day-to-day vibe.
And while you're acting like a bada** bunch, don't forget to have some fun! After all, it's the one special day of the year that you can be someone you're not. So, rock on punks!!
In need of a couples costume idea? Be a punkster pair and let the sparks fly and the music blare as you hit the town for your slammin' affair.
"Punk has always been about doing things your own way." - Billie Joe Armstrong
Looking for more costume inspo? Head to our Halloween page.
Production and Styling: Maddie Bachelder
Hair and Makeup: Eliza Veal
Photography: Brittnay Griffin
Models: Maddie Bachelder, Patrick Carr, Sarah Koller, Anjelika Temple
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