Mommie Dearest, better known as Joan Crawford, was a living nightmare for her children. Compulsively clean, the actress had a bizarre morning beauty regime the involved scrubbing her face with boiling hot water. While you may not want to dunk your face in rubbing alcohol, you can still achieve the Mommie Dearest look with a peel-off cucumber mask. Of course, we know the real reason you want to copy this style is because you want another excuse to scream “NO WIRE HANGERS.”
Maggie Simpson is the baby of the family. She hasn’t learned to talk yet, which might be due to all the times she’s tripped on her onesie and fallen on her face. It might also explain her violent streak, which includes threatening her rival Gerald and shooting Mr. Burns.
In the Star Wars original trilogy, Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) is the princess of Alderaan who’s captured by Darth Vader, and later by Jabba the Hut. But Leia’s not your typical damsel-in-distress, and shows she’s not afraid to wield a blaster or even the chains that bind her.
Hannibal is a brilliant psychologist with a twisted psyche. He leads a double life as a cannabalistic serial killer, but he doesn’t let this interfere with his sophisticated and cultured personality. Instead, he prefers to eat his victims with fava beans and a nice Chianti.
Lock, Shock and Barrel are all about harmless fun. Dressed in variations of classic Halloween costumes, these kids embody the spirit of the holiday. Be warned that copying these looks is a team effort – you can’t really have one without the others. So you’re going to need to recruit some friends to play dress-up with you but just make sure you call dibs on your favorite one first.
The Mayor of Halloweentown may be incapable of making major decision on his own but not when it comes to fashion. With a megaphone in hand, this pseudo politician does manage to make himself look somewhat official with a mayor ribbon. While you’re not expected to transform your head into a piece of candy corn to obtain his look, the spider tie definitely is a must.
In Wet Hot American Summer, Victor Pulak (Ken Marino) is a counselor at Camp Firewood, a Jewish camp located in Maine. With his sleeveless shirt and cutoff jorts, he lets it all hang out in the summer.
Curious George’s human companion, the Man in the Yellow Hat, takes his name from his attire. Little is known about this mystery guy other than his propensity to dress in yellow. Although if you’re going to hang out with a monkey it makes sense that you would want to dress like a giant banana.
In the Rocky series, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) is the The Master of Disaster, The King of Sting, The Prince of Punch, and the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World. He throws Rocky Balboa a bone by giving him a shot at the title. Little does he know that they’d become nemeses, and later best buds.