If you're stuck about what to wear, Pinterest is always a good place to mine for ideas. And they've already rounded up the most popular Halloween costumes for women in 2019, based on searches from July 2018 to July 2019.
Aside from specific Halloween costume ideas, Pinterest identified a few larger trends. For example, inclusive options are becoming more sought after—searches for "plus-size halloween costumes for women" have gone up 90%, while those for "wheelchair Halloween costumes" have gone up by 26%. Couples costumes are more popular than BFF costumes, according to search volume on the platform. And if you're in California, Florida, New York, or one of eight other states, odds are you'll run into a Powerpuff Girl on October 31.
If you're having trouble narrowing down what you want to be this year, take a look at the top 10 trending Halloween costumes for women in 2019, according to Pinterest.
Alice in Wonderland
The beloved Lewis Carroll character never seems to go out of style.
Another Halloween classic, the all-green super villain doesn't get old.
This one is a little bit more open to interpretation: An '80s costume could mean a Madonna-inspired look or some Heathers cosplay. Can't go wrong either way.
Margot Robbie's portrayal of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad a few years ago reignited public interest in this costume. And it's still going strong, according to Pinterest search data.
We're guessing mermaid costumes are only going to get more popular when the new Disney live-action film starring Halle Bailey arrives.
Zoë Saldana's Guardians of the Galaxy character Gamora is one of the many chic ways to pull off an alien costume.
You could pick any of the unforgettable characters from the beloved Netflix series, but Eleven might be the biggest show-stopper for Halloween.
Are you more of a Britney Spears or a Zendaya in The Greatest Showman when it comes to the circus Halloween costume?
Apparently, swashbuckling through Halloween is pretty popular.
You really can't go wrong when picking between Bubbles, Blossom, or Buttercup of the famed Cartoon Network trio with their own show, The Powerpuff Girls.
Originally Appeared on Glamour