This Is the Easiest Way to Be Taylor Swift and Her Squad for Halloween
Taylor Swift and her amazing “date” to the VMAs (aka her Bad Blood co-stars) were a sight to remember. In fact, we remember them so well that we are bringing them back for Halloween. Whether you want to rock this as a group costume or dress as Tay and simply carry around your #squad as a party-hopping prop, this costume is sure to turn heads much like these ladies did on the red (or rather color blocked) carpet.
Materials + Tools:
– photos of the #squad (printables below!)
– 11 x 17-inch paper (needs to be this big to fit over your cute little face)
– popsicle sticks
1. Print out your #squad faces.
2. Cut them out.
3. Tape a popsicle stick to the back and you’re done!
Print out one or all of these famous faces. We recommend making lots of them so that you can hand them out all evening. Carefully cut out each face. These ladies don’t need plastic surgery, so stay in the lines!
Finally, tape a popsicle stick to the back to turn them into masks. What, did that take you five minutes? Less? We thought so.
And now on to the fashion show!
First up we’ve got T. Swift herself. Looking foxy in her crop top pant combo. Make sure to slick your hair and add those notable cat eyes.
Next we’ve got Cara Delevingne played by our very own Kelly. For this look, find a short flowy black dress with silver details. We’ve got her face for you here!
Maddie is doing model Gigi Hadid right with her long-sleeve yellow dress. Here is Gigi’s face!
For Selena Gomez, Ashley wore an adorable wide-leg jumpsuit. You can print her face here.
DIY actress Serayah’s sexy white dress by cutting slits in a similar gown. Find our printable of her face here.
A flowy coral dress and sandals work perfectly to play the part of Karlie Kloss. Print out her face here!
Much like the girls at the VMAs, our in-house crew was having a fabulous time behind the camera.
What other celebrity masks would you like to make for Halloween this year? Share your thoughts and your photos using the hashtags #iamcreative and #britstagram.
(Photos via Larry Busacca, Jason Merrit and Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)