Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas
Sally may be stuffed with dead leaves but she has managed to put together a pretty decent wardrobe for herself. She can even stitch her body parts back together. Don't worry, you don't need real stitches to imitate Sally's style. A body marker and a steady hand will have you looking like a mad scientist's prized possession in no time.
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June 15, 2013 by Amy
Piella Bakewell was once the star of the Bake-O-Lite slimming bread commercials but loses her job when the Bake-O-Lite Balloon can no longer support her growing waistline. She seeks revenge on the bread industry in A Matter of Loaf or Death by murdering a baker’s dozen, the last of whom includes Wallace.October 14, 2015 by Amy
In Corpse Bride, Emily (voiced by Helena Bonham Carter) is an undead bride who pursues Victor Van Dort after he inadvertently proposes to her. Despite the differences in their mortality, Emily manages to convince Victor to end his life so that they can marry in the Land of the Dead.
October 31, 2013 by Jaime
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.September 19, 2013 by Jaime
Lydia Deetz’s style is all but strange and unusual. She keeps it simple by dressing in all black and minimal make up. The hardest part to replicate may actually be her bangs. We can’t guarantee this look will attract a bio-exorcist but you can always try saying his name three times.
April 23, 2013 by Tom
In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, one of Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket winners is Violet Beauregarde (AnnaSophia Robb), a boastful and highly competitive girl from Atlanta. She dresses in a blue tracksuit, blue sneakers, and before long, blue skin due to her gum chewing addiction.
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