Planning your own costume is fun, but planning your favorite celeb’s costume? Well that’s just a hayride, candy apple, haunted house, total party-time explosion! Check out the looks we’ve picked out for some of our favorite do-gooders.
+ Snooki and JWOWW as an Equality Sign
Snooki and JWOWW are psyched same-sex marriage is now legal in their beloved New Jersey, so we’re dressing the inseparable duo as an equality sign to rep marriage equality. JWOWW’s the upper half, obvi, ’cause she’s way taller than Snooki and could totes wear her half of the equality sign in place of a top.
+ Tyler Posey as a Boxer
Tyler Posey spends his time on “Teen Wolf” fighting evil supernatural creatures, but in real life he’s extremely active in the fight against cancer. Early this month he participated in the Light the Night Walk to raise funds and awareness for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
+ Nev Schulman as a STOP Sign
“Catfish” co-host Nev Schulman’s life revolves around social media, so we’re dressing him as a STOP sign to STOP digital abuse. According to digital kindness campaign A Thin Line, 29 percent of young people have had rumors spread about them online or via text. Like Nev’s costume, the campaign teaches young people to spot and stop digital disrespect.
+ Max Joseph as a Fox
Nev’s BFF Max has a baby face, but a full head of gray hair … and the ladies freakin’ love it. His fans adoringly call him the “silver fox,” so we’re dressing him as a fox to promote wildlife conservation. The World Wildlife Fund is all about protecting species in danger of extinction. Check ‘em out if you love animals as much as you love Max’s salt ‘n’ peppa ‘do.
+ Kendall and Kylie Jenner as ‘Delete’ Computer Keys
Kendall and Kylie Jenner keep it “Klassy” online with Seventeen mag’s #DeleteDigitalDrama campaign. The campaign encourages young people not to give online bullies the time of day. When someone says something mean to you or a friend, delete it, block ‘em and be done with it!
Fight Digital Abuse
A Thin Line is working to teach teens to spot and stop digital bullying. Join the peaceful fight today!
Support the WWF
Find out how you can help animals with the World Wildlife Fund message without paying a penny.