Riverdale Stars Gown as Sanderson Sisters For Halloween

Costume designer Marco Marco made magic occur on Instagram this Halloween. In honor of the spooky vacation, “Riverdale” stars Lili Reinhart, Madelaine Petsch, and Camila Mendes tapped Marco for 3 bewitching costumes which have us satisfied the Sanderson sisters have been resurrected as soon as extra. “It is just a bit HOCUS POCUS,” Reinhart captioned pictures of their costumes, taken by Cibelle Levi.

The chums every strapped into lace-up corsets and miniskirts, which they paired with capes within the Sanderson sisters’ signature colours. “Hoecus pocus,” Mendes captioned her post.

Whereas Marco gave the trio’s outfits an attractive 2022 makeover, the “Riverdale” crew did have one element in widespread with the long-lasting witches: their hair shade. Reinhart embraced her internal Sarah Sanderson (Sarah Jessica Parker), letting her blond waves dangle freely over her crimson velvet cape, which she paired with a miniskirt, fishnet stockings, and a pink corset.

Letting her black hair information her costume — that updo is sort of a tower! — Mendes remodeled into Mary Sanderson (Kathy Najimy) in a brown lace-up corset with orange sleeves. The highest additionally featured silver hoops that dangled over her blood-red skirt. Like Reinhart, she accomplished the look with fishnets and a cape.

Petsch rounded out the trio’s look as Winifred Sanderson (Bette Midler), probably the most highly effective of the three witches. Sporting her crimson hair in a heart-shaped updo, Petsch would have made Winnie herself resentful in her neon-green corset layered over a purple minidress.

Quoting the sequel, “Hocus Pocus 2,” Petsch wrote, “This time if we see a young person, we kill it.” Make-up artist Jen Tioseco and superstar hairstylist Matthew Collins accomplished the costumes with daring lipstick and spot-on hairstyles.

See Reinhart, Petsch, and Mendes dressed up of their full Sanderson sisters ensembles forward, and see extra of our favourite superstar Halloween costumes right here.

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