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It’s a question that comes up each and every Halloween “What the hell am I going to wear?” And while you could dress like a vampire, werewolf or zombie, for those of you who really want to make a mark this October 31st, there can only be one outfit worth wearing when out trick or treating and that’s the Lady Gaga outfit!
Here is our 62nd guide to how to go Gaga for Halloween. For starters, any serious Gaga wannabe needs to get themselves some serious headgear. Now remember, less is not more in the world of Gaga. So, don’t be afraid to really work the vertical limits of your hat piece. And for those who can’t find any hilarious headwear, well, there’s still plenty you can do with your hair. Okay, the bow thing looks complicated except. So, for those looking for a quick fix, add for the peroxide and let the juice loops.
In terms of the outfit itself, there are a number of creative directions you can take. For those not fighting to raise a few eyebrows and get yourself some cheap lingerie and work that all-in-one underwear look but if showing off an unnecessary amount of flesh is not your thing, then don’t be afraid to cover up. Find an old wedding dress or tend for that matter, great to paint it white, add a few 100 feathers and hey, presto, a low cost Gaga gown.
And for you all with too much time on your hands, then why not head down to the meat market, pick up some off cuts and sew yourself your own raw meet ensemble. Well, not ideal for vegetarians, you can’t deny that the outfit is a great ice breaker.
Once you’ve applied the obligatory red lipstick, a healthy do is black mascara and added a few tribal markings to your cheeks then you’re almost ready to go. Finish off your look with a pair of silly sunglasses. Any shape or size will do but just remember, never take them off and always be on guard to pout and poise at a moments notice. Good luck and Happy Halloween!