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We are channelling all our girl power energy into our Halloween costumes this year. There’s no better group of people to dress up with than your gals so we’ve conjured up a list of the greatest girl gangs in history.

We’ll feature girl gangs from the 1980s to modern day queens who rule the world.

The Heathers:

The 1989 flick features one of the quirkiest and (meanest) girl gangs in cinema history. Gather up the gang and rock those iconic blazers with padded shoulders, the backcombed hair and don’t forget your scrunchie.

The Original Disney Princesses:

Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Ariel and Belle are the OG Disney gals so why not step into the magical world of Disney this Halloween. Plus, you’ll certainly stand out from the crowd because there’s no doubt everyone will be dressing up as Elsa again this year.

The Barden Bellas:

Pitch Perfect is a movie that celebrates female friendship and supports people who sing ALL the time- we couldn’t love it more if we tried. The perk of dressing up as the Bellas means you can randomly sing all night long because it’s ‘part of the costume’.

The Derry Girls

National heroes. Icons. Irish legends. Who wouldn't want to dress up as Erin, Clare, Michelle, Orla and of course, the wee English fella.

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Rachel, Phoebe and Monica:

Embrace that glorious 90s style by dressing up as the Friends gals with your two closest girls. We’ve always dreamed of rading Rachel’s iconic wardrobe and now we can.

Clueless:

The shops are full of plaid EVERYTHING at the moment so putting this outfit together will be simple. Find the most flawless plaid skirt suit and feel free to mutter ‘Ugh, as if’ to anyone who asks who you're supposed to be.

The Pink Ladies:

We're ending with one of the original girl gangs- the Pink Ladies. Go back in time to the 60s and channel your inner Frenchie or Rizzo with this old-school look. And remember, don’t forget your neck scarf.

 

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We all nearly lost our minds when it was announced that Clueless was getting the musical treatment; and with good reason, it’s a classic.

Anybody who lives for fashion knows that makeover scene by heart. Not to mention they’ve got the Audrey Hepburn outside Tiffany’s pose down, just need that Givenchy couture to really nail it.

One small problem, while there’s nothing wrong with these fashion classics, sometimes we need to change things up a bit.

So once you’ve managed to work Cher and Dionne’s skirt suits into your everyday wardrobe, you’re ready to move on to tackling some of the styles in these inspiring films that every fashion girl has got to watch.

Even if you don’t eat, sleep and breathe fashion blogs or haut couture, there’s just something about these that make us want to overhaul our wardrobes.

 

Annie Hall:

Woody Allen may not be for everyone, but the fashion in Annie Hall makes up for that, if you ever wanted to know how to really work the big brimmed hat trend, let this be a lesson for you.

 

The September Issue:

A behind the scenes look at how Anne Wintour and her production team put together their biggest issue of the year. If you’re any way interested in fashion this is a must see peak behind the scenes.

 

Heathers:

Before Mean Girls and The Plastic arrived, this clique were it in the fashion film world. If you need a refresher in 80s style, look no further.

 

Cabaret:

Allow Liza Minnelli to inspire you to live your life draped in glittering robes, bowler hats, and lingerie as outer wear. Sally Bowles was fierce.

 

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service:

The Bond film that almost nobody likes, except for fashionistas. No Daniel Craig here unfortunately. However, the late 60s fashion completely makes up for, just in time to gather some inspiration before River Island’s 60s inspired looks hit the shops. 

 

Sex and the City 1 and 2:

Ok so you've probably watched this before too, but we couldn't leave it off the list completely!

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Heathers writer, Daniel Waters, has revealed three alternative endings he wrote for the film.

The 1980’s cult classic, starring Winona Ryder, Christian Slater and Shannen Doherty, is #5 on Entertainment Weekly‘s “50 Best High School Movies”.

Waters revealed the different endings at the opening night of the musical version of the film.

So, here they are. How Heathers could have ended:

1. The school blows up.

2. Veronica blows up.

3. Martha stabs Veronica after she asked if they should rent a film. She calls her Heather to which Veronica screams “My name’s not Heather, bitch” as she lays dying.

Hmm, do you think he chose the right ending?

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