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K-Pop Halloween! How to Dress Like Girls' Generation and G-Dragon

Here's everything you'll need to get Taeyeon's look in Girls' Generation's "I Got a Boy" video and G-Dragon's punk style in "Crooked"

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Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation's "I Got a Boy" video looks like a candy store come to life. So many colors. So much fun. And actual candy (on some of their shirts).

We have to admit, though—we have a favorite. Taeyeon's outfit is the perfect mix of rainbow-colored sweetness and Rihanna-inspired street style. Here's everything you'll need to copy her outfit for Halloween (or whenever, no judging).

  • A pair of acid wash leggings
  • Black crop top
  • Loud snapback
  • Crazy-ass shoes
  • Turquoise spray for your hair

Click over for your G-Dragon Halloween how-to, and check out more Halloween fun:
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G-Dragon

G-Dragon, who you voted Fuse's Fan Favorite Artist of 2013, may be famous for rapping in BIGBANG, but he's serving up some punk realness in one of our favorite looks from his "Crooked" video. 

GD pulls off a fashionably edgy style by rocking a tattered Black Flag-inspired shirt, a little bit of guyliner and some must-have (fake) tattoos.

If you're feeling like pissing off your parents, here's everything you'll need to copy G-Dragon's outfit for Halloween:

  • A punk band t-shirt (that you're OK cutting the sleeves off of)
  • A high-end baseball cap
  • Cross earrings
  • Thick eyeliner
  • Washable black marker for your tattoos

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