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Here's A Look At 100 Years Of Halloween Costumes

From paper mache to the Kardashians.

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Mode continues to crush it with their 100 years of fashion series. This installment takes a look at a century's worth of Halloween fashions.

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In 1915, people were all about handmade paper mache masks with very expressive painted faces.


10 years later, this basic witch flew in on her broom to corrupt the masses with her ghoulish ways.

Not only were the '70s about peace signs and disco dancing, Raggedy Ann was often a fixture at Halloween costume parties during that groovy time, too.

In the mid-'80s, gals donned toga ensembles and twirled to the left with their side ponyies.


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