In Harry Potter, Sybill Trelawney (Emma Thompson) is a witch and professor of Divination at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Though many don’t take her seriously, she knows of what she speaks, as she accurately predicted many prophecies about Lord Voldemort.
Quirky and often lost in a daydream, Luna became a solid friend to Harry Potter and the gang. Having a father who is editor of the wizarding tabloid, The Quibbler, often gives Luna insight (whether correct or not) on what’s really going on in the wizarding world. If she’s not reading, you’ll often find her with various animals on the school grounds.
Dolores Umbridge was a Ministry of Magic bureaucrat until she is appointed as the Defence Against the Dark Arts Professor at Hogwarts. Don’t let her prim and pink appearance fool you, she’s a witch of the truest sense and will use whatever means necessary to enforce the rules.
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.
Hermione, who is typically the brains of the group, gets her hands dirty by sticking it to the Ministry of Magic and releasing the sentenced Buckbeak. Her youthful pink attire contrasts with her strong and tough spirit, especially in the popular scene where she punches Draco Malfoy in the face.
Ursula is a sea witch who helps poor unfortunate souls in The Little Mermaid by using her dark magic. Her deals come at a steep price and if you’re unable to pay her back you risk being turned into a polyp. Ursula knows the importance of body language and maintains her looks with seashell make-up and accessories.
Who doesn’t love Glinda? Well, everyone except for those wicked witches, who have framed her for the murder of the King of Oz. With a little help from Oz and his visual trickery, she eventually wins back her kingdom. Glinda also knows how to make an entrance and opts to travel by bubble.
Wicked gives the backstory of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz. Born with green skin, she’s is neglected in favor of her beautiful sister Nessarose. When Elphaba starts college, she’s ignored in favor of her popular roommate Galinda. When they’re ready to fly, Galinda gets a bubble while Elphaba gets a dirty broomstick. How’s that fair?