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Montana Duke from American Horror Story 1984

Montana Duke is a character in the American Horror Story anthology. She appears in the ninth season, titled 1984. Montana is a spunky, motivated girl who enjoys aerobics. When she is stabbed to death, she returns to Camp Redwood as a ghost. In purgatory, she kills trespassers along with other ghost campers, as her soul is tied to the campgrounds. Her style is fierce just like her, and clearly inspired by the era. Bille Lourd, who is the daughter of Carrie Fisher, portrays this role.

Dandy Mott from American Horror Story: Freak Show

Finn Wittrock is a master character actor. He’s been in five seasons of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story”, each time as a uniquely memorable character. And it all started with the role of Dandy Mott in “American Horror Story: Freak Show”. Dandy is the heir of a wealthy family, one housing a dark secret that explains part of Dandy’s obsession with the odd and that he feels explains his own violent nature.

As the heir to a wealthy family in the ’50s, Dandy has a specific sense of style. Casual clothing consists of white slacks and a blue polo sweater over a white button down shirt, his belt and shoes a matching tan leather. When he wants to be a bit more dashing he opts for a white suit with an orange vest and orange ascot. The same white button down shirt can be used, though he opts for white dress shoes for his suit. In both cases you will either need pomade or a black wig to emulate his slicked-back hairstyle.

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Michael Langdon

Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) is a character in American Horror Story. He appears at the end of Murder House and as the antagonist of Apocalypse. He is the son of Tate Langdon and Vivian Harmon, who was stolen as a baby by Constance Langdon. Because he is the sinister offspring of a the Rubber Man, he is believed to be the Antichrist. Michael embodies all evil and stops at nothing to bring about the apocalypse. In this quest, he tries to tempt other characters such as Cordelia and Madison with the seven deadly sins. He tends to be violent and explosive, though he has moments of emotion and sensitivity. Although Michael appears  handsome, his true form is an emaciated being with black eyes.

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Moira O’Hara from American Horror Story

Moira O’Hara is a character in American Horror Story. She appears in the first season, Murder House, as one of the many ghosts doomed to live in the house forever. The cause of her death was getting shot in the eye by Constance Langdon, who caught her husband making advances on her. To women, she appears as her “true self” — a pleasant elderly lady with a gray left eye. To men, she appears as a young seductress. In her words, this is because women see things for as they are whereas men see only what they desire. She befriends Vivian and tries to help during her pregnancy, but she preys on Ben’s adulterous desires. Frances Conroy plays her older self, and Alexandra Breckenridge plays her younger self as seen in this costume guide.

Tristan Duffy from American Horror Story

Tristan Duffy from American Horror Story

Tristan Duffy (played by Finn Wittrock) is a male model tired of the limelight. His final performance is in a fashion show held at Hotel Cortez. While his manager and a few other attendees find less happy fates in the Cortez, Tristan ultimately finds love. As with all things in American Horror Story, his love story gets a little tangled. But it works out in the end.

True to his career in fashion, Tristan likes bold fabrics and wears things that many would not. He is partial to an embroidered silk robe, semi-sheer button-up shirt that he leaves unbuttoned, black leather pants, and black boots. He wears his dark hair short with a shock of red through it that will be most easily achieved with clip-in extension that are trimmed to fit the length of the wig.

The Butcher from American Horror Story: Roanoke

Played by Agnes Mary Winstead (Kathy Bates) in American Horror Story: Roanoke, The Butcher is a centuries-old bloodthirsty woman responsible for the deaths of the original Roanoke colonists before taking her own life. She still haunts the land, demanding the bloody death of anyone who dares to settle there or wander in her forest. Agnes plays The Butcher in a modern-day horror TV reenactment about one couple who faced The Butcher and lived, but Agnes quickly becomes just as insane as the original Butcher. The Butcher wears traditional colonial garb stained in dirt, mud and blood.

Queenie from AHS: Coven

A modern witch with blood ties to both the Salem witches and the voodoo tribe, Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) is the only person of color at Miss Robichaux’s Academy in American Horror Story: Coven. Queenie is sassy, confident, and possesses the abilities of a “human voodoo doll” – she can injure herself in order to harm others, while feeling no pain herself. She enters Miss Robichaux’s Academy alongside Madison Montgomery, Zoe Benson, Misty Day, and is taught by the Supreme Fiona Goode. Through the trials of AHS: Coven, Queenie eventually ends up on the Witches’ Council and makes an appearance in the sister series, American Horror Story: Hotel.

Misty Day from AHS: Coven

The resident Stevie Nicks fanatic of AHS: Coven’s group of witches, Misty Day (Lily Rabe) was a contender for the title of Supreme alongside Madison, Queenie, and Zoe. With the ability of resurgence, Misty was able to bring back souls from the dead – including her own, after being burned at the stake. Compared to the other young witches in Coven, Misty’s style is unique in its bohemian and slightly more colorful quality.

Fiona Goode from AHS: Coven

In American Horror Story: Coven, Fiona Goode (Jessica Lange) was the Supreme of the Salem witch descendants. Her daughter, Cordelia, would later become the next Supreme and awaken the depth of her powers before her mother’s death. In the search for the next Supreme, Fiona acted somewhat as a mentor for a group of young witches, including Zoe Benson, Queenie, Madison Montgomery, and Misty Day. Like many of the characters in this series, Fiona was often appearing in all-black ensembles.

Sally McKenna from AHS: Hotel

Also known as “Hypodermic Sally,” Sally McKenna (Sarah Paulson) is the ghost of a murdered junkie/dealer that resides in the Hotel Cortez. Her appearance is generally disheveled, with frizzy hair, smudged makeup, and ripped tights. She and Iris have a troubled relationship, as Sally caused Iris’ son’s overdose and Iris subsequently pushed Sally out of a window.