Quick and easy ways to dress up this Halloween

If you're still scrounging up ideas for a fun and fabulous costume, we've got you covered. From fashion icons to pop culture stars, here are a few quick and easy ways to dress up this Halloween.

And don't forget: HighBall Halloween is this weekend. The Short North will be teeming with fun, creative and outrageous looks.

Kate Middleton and Prince George

Channel the glowing new momma's look with these four materials.

You'll need:
A simple blue polka dot dress (this is perfect)
White shoes
A toy baby
A baby blanket
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Iris Apfel

Pay homage to this style icon with a quick trip to your local thrift shop.

You'll need:
Lots and lots of loud and layered necklaces and braclets. (Incorporate color!)
Round glasses. (Can't find any? Just take the lenses out of some oversized sunglasses.)
A fur coat
A brightly colored long-sleeve turtleneck
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Karl Lagerfeld

The Chanel designer's consistent and easily recognizable style makes for the perfect last-minute costume. You probably have most of these things sitting around.

You'll need:
Some oversized black sunglasses
A white button up
Black blazer
Black pants
Black tie
Fingerless gloves
White hair spray (try this)

Daisy Buchanan

This is sure to be a popular choice this year with the release of Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby." But it's super simple to put together if you're in a pinch. And you'll be able to wear all of these things again anyway.

You'll need:
A bejeweled headpiece (try this one)
A '20s inspired dress (this is gorgeous)
A long pearl necklace
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Piper Kerman from "Orange is the New Black"

The Netflix original series has gained major momentum recently, and it wouldn't be too hard (or expensive) to throw her look together.

You'll need:
Orange scrubs (Try Amazon)
A white undershirt
Sneakers (think Vans)

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Chloë Grace Moretz as Carrie

If you're the kind who likes a little more gruesome look during Halloween, try this on for size. With the new adaptation of this 1976 film hitting theaters, people won't just dismiss you as a zombie.

You'll need:
A red spaghetti strap dress
A lot of red paint
A long, blonde wig (if you don't have the hair to match)

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Annie Hall

Menswear is in anyway, right? Part your hair down the middle to complete the look. (Have a friend go as Woody Allen!)

You'll need:
Wide-legged trousers (preferably khaki)
A black vest
A tie
A white button up