Our Ambassadors Do Halloween!

Our Ambassadors do Halloween!

This season, we asked our ambassadors to create a Halloween costume using items from Ragstock! Scroll on to see a few of their costumes, and keep your eyes peeled for more looks revealed throughout the month! Ready to create your own outfit for Halloween? Head to our Halloween Shop or visit your nearest store to get shoppin’!



We love how Maddie took it back to the ’90s with her costume using some of the pieces Ragstock is most known for, namely, a ’90s jacket! Her vintage windbreaker takes center stage, paired with matching vintage windbreaker pants, a plain tube top, and colorful hair accessories. Top it off with frosted lip gloss and a boom box? You got yourself a killer costume. 



Esteban wears our Penguin Onesie Pajamas in a one-and-done costume that can take you straight from the Halloween party to warmth of your bed. We love how he styled it with Chucks and a variety of sunglasses to quickly mix up the look! Want an extra easy costume this year? Check out all of our onesie pajamas ASAP.



Pearl killed it, creating a one-of-a-kind costume that’s truly out of this world (haha!). She started with one of our metallic dresses, specifically our Silver Metallic Tee dress. Along with our alien head boppers (in stores only!) and some other killer accessories, she pulled off a costume that we’d love to wear this Halloween.



Pull together this look with a vintage button-up, whatever slacks you have around, a tie, some faux-officer accessories, and a stern look. Don’t forget the stick-on moustache!



Emerald created this entire “scream queen” look with pieces entirely from us! From the tinsel mesh dress (currently on sale!) and sash to the fake-bloodied crown and knife, we love how she shows how you can create a head-to-toe look without leaving our doors. How much do you want to be prom queen?



We love what Sydney did with one of our graphic halloween tees (like our best-selling Handsy Skeleton—now on sale!) by creating a costume using a black mini skirt and the power of makeup. This is a look that’s great for those of us who want to participate in Halloween without diving straight into the deep end!



Using our holographic rain jacket and a coordinating bodysuit (like our mauve ribbed lace-up bodysuit), Sareen creates an updated take on little red riding hood that we all can appreciate. 



Uyanga serves us with a Halloween classic! Use our leopard catsuit, a pair of black boots, and some cat ears (in stores only!) to create a costume that’s both cute and fierce! If Lycra one-pieces aren’t your thing, pick up a pair of leopard print leggings or bell bottoms and pair it with a black crop top



Spend any time on Instagram, Tik Tok, or Tumblr? Oh, me neither. But in case you do, you’ve probably seen an e-girl or two—the trend known for its died hair and winged eyeliner, mesh tops, and overall cute bedroom (or bathroom!) #aesthetic. Sarah created a mash-up of two subcultures, e-girls/boys and cyber goths, to really smack us over the head with how old and out of touch we are. Nice!



Outside from the perfectly atmospheric photos, we love how Briana created an angel costume using a wings and halo kit (in stores only!) along with some flowy white pieces such as our white cinched off-shoulder top (now on sale!) and a basic white scuba skirt.

Feeling inspired? Time to act! Create your own Halloween costume now by tapping the button below for our online selection.