Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven't quite decided on a costume, it's Fashion Nova to the rescue! The fast-fashion monolith just debuted its Halloween collection, and some of its costumes are based on extremely iconic celeb looks ... as in, Jennifer Lopez's low-cut Versace dress that helped inspire Google Images.
You'll find all sorts of celeb-inspired looks among Fashion Nova's Halloween selections, from the late Selena's purple disco jumpsuit to Cardi B's black and white checkered jacket and tube top from her Invasion of Privacy cover. Have you always loved Lil' Kim's purple one-armed jumpsuit with its matching wig and pasties from the 1999 VMAs? Well Fashion Nova's got you covered. You can also go as the late Aaliyah in their "One in a Million" costume set, or cosplay as '90s Madonna in this gold cone bra corset inspired by her "Blonde Ambition" tour looks.
If you'd rather go as a character than an IRL celeb, you can definitely do that; Fashion Nova has got costumes that reference Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, and even a skimpy version of Sheriff Woody's cowboy costume from the Toy Story movies. They've got Catwoman, Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad, and a Tinkerbell-inspired pixie costume too.
The crown jewel of the collection is definitely their new "Love Don't Cost a Thing" green dress, which is obviously a reference to Jennifer Lopez's aforementioned tropical print Versace dress from the 2000 Grammy Awards. You know the one. It's not a dead ringer for J. Lo's look; the pattern is different, but it's close enough for everyone at the Halloween party to know who you're dressing up as. For $69.99, you get the dress and a matching panty. With the success of Hustlers, 2019 is J. Lo's year, so we have a feeling this costume is going to be a hot commodity — and probably a viral hit on Instagram.
As fun as these costumes may be, Fashion Nova has landed in hot water after being accused of knocking off clothing designs from both independent designers and big names, like a look-alike of the Mugler dress worn by Kim Kardashian West that was made the brand and sold just days after she wore it, causing Kardashian West to speak out. While these Halloween designs are "celebrity-inspired," it's worth remembering where each came from and honoring the designers and inspiration behind each look as you rake in the Halloween candy come October 31.
Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue