The best celebrity Halloween costumes that prove anything is possible when you’re hot and rich
Not a Leg Avenue Naughty Nurse in sight
by Amanda Ross
Do you ever think about all the areas of your life you'd upgrade with access to unlimited funds? Like instead of the most basic gym membership package, you'd work out at Dog Pound (that's a place, right?), and instead of "splurging" at Zara, you'd do it at Saks?
And instead of combining a coupon, six quarters you found in the cupholder, and the remaining balance on your credit card to get some late-night tacos, you'd just send your personal assistant?
Yeah, that's me with Halloween. If I was rich (and therefore hotter and with a much better body), that shit would be kicked up to 11. Look at these celebrity costumes from this weekend and tell me I'm wrong:
Kim Kardashian and friends
Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls
Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson (?????????)
Gwyneth Paltrow (kind of a copout, IMO)
Blake, there’s people that are dying
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