Great tips on simple last-minute Halloween costumes

Fun costumes inspired by "The Mandalorian," "The Addams Family" and "The Real Housewives."
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If you're still brainstorming about what Halloween costume you can rock today, we have the inspiration you're looking for with some really simple costumes that you can pull off from your own closet. Added bonus, they will look great or ghoulishly great from the waist up. Perfect for your Halloween party over zoom. So first up, I'm your sign of the ti am dressed this morning as a zoom fail, as you can see. It's business on top, leisure on bottom. It's like a sartorial mullet. This costume is easy to put together because it's been the uniform for so many of us working from home. This is actually more formal than I usually am working from home. It's business on top, skivvies on bottom. Anyway, up next, let's hear the classic theme song from "The Addams family." you know this iconic member of the family too. Please welcome Eva as none other than Wednesday Addams. Eva, you look amazing. Tell us about your look. This is an easy Halloween character, right because you just need pigtails, a little black lipstick. You don't have to smile, a collar, and I do want to give a shoutout to woody, who made this costume for me. It's actually the pattern they used in the movie because he worked on the movie. He also works here at "Gma," so props to woody, yeah. Oh, wow. That's amazing. Woody, all right. Hey! I have to say, Eva, you look you really do. And the not smiling thing seems to come naturally. Next up, you know and love though she's giving me the stink eye right now, next up, you know and love "The real housewives of Beverly hills," Atlanta and new York City, and today janai is the real housewife of "Gma." Janai, take it away. She works hard for the money I don't just read the news, I read Dan Harris too. She works hard for the money I really shouldn't have set you up for that. All right, well, tell us about your look. You know, leopard is my neutral and some red lipstick, some jewels and a fake birkin and there you go. Leopard is my neutral. I like the jewelry too, you take an inspiration from Mr. T. Mute him. Mute him. Finally, it is not Halloween without baby yoda, and we've got "The mandalorian" theme music playing now, and we've got whit coming in at lightspeed as one of everybody's favorite characters. Whit, you look adorable. Tell us about your costume. Yes, that's right. We should get a midichlorian count on this child because it's high as a jedi. Check out my force. Whoa. You didn't see that coming? I did not see that coming. That's right, I have no idea how to put together this costume so leave out that key detail, but it's baby yoda, I mean, you can't go wrong, right? Well, you actually can go wrong. I'm not going to name any names but I think it is possible to go wrong. Although this one does not seem as simple as the others, you do look amazing, and your use of the force and the word midichlorian was incredibly impressive.

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