There are two types of people in the world: Halloween fanatics and the rest of us. For some, investing in a one-of-kind Halloween costume is a must, but some of us just want to throw on a felt hat and a black dress and tell people we're a "witch." If you want to wear something "normal" on Halloween, we feel you.
Here are 14 Halloween costumes that you can totally wear again, because honestly, they're just normal clothes.
This 1930s-inspired black gown from Unique Vintage is a perfect piece for a Morticia Addams costume. Plus, when the holiday is over, you can rewear it to a black-tie wedding or a fancy holiday party.
Betty Cooper from "Riverdale"
The easiest costume in the world — and one you probably already have in your wardrobe — is the lumberjack. Pull on a flannel shirt and voilà, you're done.
A Wizard of Oz costume is only complicated if you want to go as Dorothy, but if you're cool going as the Scarecrow, all you need is a pair of overalls and some straw for stuffing.
This black-and-white one-shoulder jumpsuit by PrettyLittleThing makes the perfect Beetlejuice costume. Paint your face white and go hard on the black eyeliner, and you've got yourself a Halloween costume.
Rosie the Riveter
Pair a chambray top with a red bandana around the head, and you're Rosie the Riveter!
A generic "The Bachelor" contestant
If you put on literally ANY floor-length party dress, you can say you're a contestant on "The Bachelor."
You might not get a second use out of this red and white dress until the weather heats up again, but we love the idea of a polka-dotted frock worn as a Minnie Mouse costume.
If Morticia Addams isn't your girl, go for a Wednesday Addams vibe with this cute ModCloth dress.
To be fair, we're not sure how many secondary wears you'll get out of a wedding dress, but an inexpensive short wedding dress with some expertly applied gore fx makeup will have you looking like a zombie bride in no time.
Selena Meyer from "Veep"
Elle Woods from "Legally Blonde"
Pretty much any hot-pink dress will work if you want to dress as Elle Woods — the law degree, on the other hand, is a little harder to attain.