Our favorite Halloween 2017 costumes

We are continuously amazed at the level of creativity and skill that folks whip out this time of year
By Avital Norman Nathman  Published on 11/01/2017 at 7:44 AM EDT
Photo Credit: Justin Trudeau/Twitter

Best Family Costume

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family (above in our featured image) made it a very super Halloween, and we must say that the politician does bear a striking resemblance to a certain Metropolis crime fighter…

But, we think that Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, and their twins take top place with their spooky, American Horror Story-esque family photo, but they’re not the only ones who turned it out this Halloween.

Photo Credit: Neil Patrick Harris/Instagram


Friends of GrokNation, Susan Ledgerwood Kamara and family rocked the super popular Stranger Things look.

Photo Credit: Susan Ledgerwood Kamara


And out in Hollywood, Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, and their adorable kiddo brought some of our favorite Toy Story characters to life!

Face Forward

Sometimes all you need is some incredible makeup to get in the Halloween spirit. Super talented makeup artist Mimi Choi has us drooling over her beautiful burger face.

The Girls Got It

We love it when young girls dress up as fierce, fearless women, so as you can imagine, these Hidden Figure costumes have us over the moon!

Best Throwback Costume

Props to actress Gabrielle Union-Wade and husband Dwayne Wade, who showed they had the moves to represent notorious lip syncing legends Milli Vanilli.

The Queen of Halloween

Every year, model and TV Personality Heidi Klum goes all out for Halloween, and this year is no exception. It took her amazing special effects team over six hours to create her badass werewolf look fromMichael Jackson’s Thriller, securing Heidi’s crown for yet another year in a row!

Happy Halloween!!!! 🖤🎃🕷💀🦇👻

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What are some of the best (or worst!) costumes you saw this year?

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