If you were alive during the '80s, chances are you've done a Jane Fonda workout video. Wear neon spandex and tease your hair to honor the Workout Queen this holiday.
You'll have your Halloween party guests collectively singing "Purple Rain" all night long when you wear this Prince getup.
Bonus points if you can convince three more pals to dress up as Stranger Things' Jonathan, Steve, and Nancy.
If you'd go to the Upside Down and back for your kids, dressing up as the fearless Joyce Byers from Stranger Things-inspired might be the best costume for you.
Want to be Princess Buttercup from Princess Bride for Halloween? As you wish.
If you're planning a Princess Bride couple's costume, your fella should channel the flick's hero, Westley. Ironically, Westley was also in costume — as Dread Pirate Roberts — for a good chunk of the movie.
There's a good chance that The Terminator was his favorite film of the '80s, which means that the cyborg will be his favorite Halloween costume of the 2010s.
You know the rules: Avoid bright lights, water, and Halloween candy after midnight to prevent that unfortunate transition from mogwai to gremlin.
This realistic suit comes with an inflatable backpack, so you'll have everything you need to catch your Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
While a vintage-inspired blue frock will certainly nail the Grady twins' signature aesthetic, gaunt eye makeup really seals the "undead" deal.
Here's a costume that checks two Halloween costume boxes: '80s-inspired and downright spooky.
Wearing Baby's last-dance dress basically mandates that you recreate Dirty Dancing's movie poster for Instagram. You've also gotta attempt that lift. Just sayin'.
No '80s Halloween costume party is complete without the musical star of the era, Michael Jackson, in one of his most memorable looks. Note the gold glove.
Pair a cassette costume with a vinyl, CD-ROM, and iPod to show a decade-by-decade progression of music.
Believe it or not, Disney's The Little Mermaid first hit theaters in '89. Feel old yet?
If you came of age in the '80s, chances are you already have one of these (and a slew of matching scrunchies) hanging in your closet. But buy this if you donated your trusty track suit years ago.
Take this Halloween to new heights (literally) by reprising Maverick's in-flight ensemble. Motorcycle and aviator sunglasses not included, unfortunately.
In this tank dress, you'll be Bob Ross art imitating life. Talk about the most '80s Halloween costume ever.
Grease lightning! Everyone's seen this classic film, so you'll be a fan favorite when you show up to your party in Sandy's iconic all-black ensemble and red lipstick.
Dressing up like Grease's resident stud, Danny, in his gym gear not only reference's the era's go-to teenage heartthrob, but also points out how far athleisure has come.