I Found 20 Things at ASOS That You Can Wear for Halloween

I'm one of those people who's weirdly obsessed with Halloween (not ashamed, though!). Come October 1, my kitchen table is decorated with mini white pumpkins and skulls, bowls of candy corn are dispersed around my apartment, and I've usually already watched Hocus Pocus at least once. Although I'm clearly a big fan of the holiday, even I am behind on my costume this year. The best costumes stores are already picked over, so I'm turning to ASOS to help me out for my last-minute look. I found four really fun and easy-to-pull-off costume ideas, and they can all arrive in no time since the site offers two-day shipping with its $19 annual membership. Ready, set, go!

Cher Horowitz

I'll forever consider Clueless to be a classic, so Cher Horowitz's iconic yellow plaid suit look is getting an upgrade for Halloween. This yellow plaid dress screams '90s schoolgirl, but the square neckline is a bit more modern. Finish off the look with white boots, stockings, and a Cher-approved cardigan and be prepared to say "Ugh, as if!" all night long.

Flapper

The fashion in the '20s was certainly not subdued, which makes it really fun to dress up in. Basically anything with feathers, fringe, and sparkles is fair game, so feel free to implement the "bigger is better" mantra here.

Cat

With quite literally every brand featuring animal print in some way or another, going as a cat for Halloween seems like a no-brainer. I like the bodysuit-and-pants pairing because both pieces can be worn well beyond the holiday.

Frida Kahlo

Ever since Beyoncé dressed up as Frida Kahlo two years ago, I've been wanting to go as the famous artist for Halloween. Any floral maxi dress will do the trick. Just add a floral headpiece, long earrings, and a red lip to complete the look.

Skeleton

Want something a bit simple? A skeleton is so easy to pull off by wearing a long-sleeve top with bones on it, faux-leather pants, and a few skull accessories. Bonus points for epic face makeup.