10 sexy Halloween costume ideas

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Catwoman Halloween Costume

(Photo: Rubie's Costume Co.)

We freaking love Halloween. You get to play dress-up and eat loads of candy—awesome. Of course, we know you still want to look good on the big day. That's why we rounded up Halloween costume ideas that are sexy without going OTT. So you can haunt his dreams and then some.


Catwoman

We couldn't tear our eyes away from Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises. You can have the same effect on people with this sizzling Catwoman costume.

Catwoman costume, starting at $32, Yahoo! Shopping




2 Broke Girls Dress

(Photo: ModCloth.com)

2 Broke Girls

Um…Max and Caroline's diner uniforms are crazy-hot. We couldn't find exact replicas online, but you could get this dress (or something similar), add two red stripes down the front and red bands around the sleeves, then tie on a red apron and voila!

Soda Fountain Dress in ginger, $45. ModCloth.com

(See also: Best Halloween costumes: Editor's picks)




Danica Patrick Costume

(Photo: Amazon.com)

Danica Patrick

You better believe your man has caught one—or a zillion—of those sexy GoDaddy.com ads. Live out his fantasy in this look.

Danica Patrick costume, starting at $42, Yahoo! Shopping














Sexy sailor costume

(Photo: Amazon.com)

A Sailor

With a sexy plunge neckline and form-fitting jumpsuit, this costume will have men hitting on you all night.

Bon Voyage sailor costume, $36, Amazon.com















Sookie Stackhouse Costume

(Photo: Target.com)

Sookie Stackhouse

Sookie's waitress uniform might look innocent, but we all know what happens on True Blood...

True Blood costume, $40, Target.com
















Princess Leia Costume

(Photo: Amazon.com)

Princess Leia

If a man was born sometime in the last century, he's had a Princess Leia fantasy. Ahem

Princess Leia costume, $30.96, Amazon.com













Retro Army Dress

(Photo: Amazon.com)

A Soldier

You'd be hard-pressed to find a man who didn't love playing with soldiers when he was little. And, really, that urge never goes away… .

Retro Army dress costume, $30, Amazon.com















Rainbow Brite Costume

(Photo: Yahoo! Shopping)

Rainbow Brite

Let's hear it for old-school cartoons! Hot.

Rainbow Brite costume, starting at $43, Yahoo! Shopping













Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman

We don't care how long it's been since Lynda Carter rocked this outfit on TV. Wonder Woman will never not be hot.

Wonder Woman costume, starting at $42.50, Yahoo! Shopping















Marilyn Monroe Dress

(Photo: Yahoo! Shopping)

Marilyn Monroe

Nothing beats a sexy classic Hollywood starlet dress, Marilyn Monroe style! Your beau could dress as James Dean for a perfect matching pair.

Marilyn Monroe dress, starting at $16, Yahoo! Shopping













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