Rosie the Riveter

Rosie the Riveter was the original icon of girl power, symbolizing the contributions of women to manufacturing during WWII. Her badass likeness is captured in the famous “We Can Do It!” poster.

E.T. and Elliott

It’s Halloween 1982, and Elliott’s on a mission to get E.T. back to his home planet. His alien buddy may be a nudist, but that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t bundle up for his epic bike ride.

Wendy Testaburger

Wendy Testaburger is Stan Marsh’s main squeeze. She’s mature for her age and not afraid to go against the grain. Her refined look, especially for a 4th grader, includes a pink beret, a purple coat, and yellow trousers.

Gangnam Style Elevator Cowboy

If PSY’s sleek formalwear is not for you, perhaps you can try his hip-thrusting friend’s laid back style, which includes a t-shirt, skin-tight shorts, and a cowboy hat. Trademark moves by popular Korean comedian Noh Hong Chul.


Not the brightest crayon in the box, Beavis spends most of his time watching TV and doing whatever Butt-head tells him to do. Although, if you put enough caffeine in him he becomes an entirely different person known as “Cornholio.” Don’t worry, this look is easy to achieve as well. You just have to pull your Metallica shirt over your head. It’s almost like two costumes in one.


Borat Sagdiyev is a Kazakh journalist who chronicles his travels from Central Asia to the United States. In his time off from pursuing Pamela Anderson, he likes to hang up his suit and air out in his favorite fluorescent manikini. Jagshemash!


Misty works as a Pokémon trainer alongside Ash and Brock. She’s known to be stubborn and short-tempered, but shows her tender side from time to time. Misty dresses for comfort in a cropped tank top and high-cut jean shorts.

Bad Luck Brian

Bad Luck Brian is a teenage boy who’s gone through a series of unfortunate events, mostly involving bouts of incontinence. Takes a bad school photo in 1988, on the Internet for all eternity.

Louis CK

Louis CK is a brilliant standup comedian starring in the surrealist FX hit Louie and HBO’s mostly forgotten Lucky Louie. His fashion style is apparently influenced by Steve Jobs’s famous black shirt and blue jeans.

Artie Abrams

Artie Abrams is an original member of McKinley High’s New Directions glee club. Don’t be fooled by his preppy sweater vests and shirts that button all the way up. He’s got plenty of sass and soul.