Your Halloween costume is one of the hardest decisions you’ll make all year. Spending money on something you’re going to wear for one night – or if you have an entire weekend planned, 2 or 3 nights, max – seems silly. BUT you want it to stand out from the crowd. We understand your dilemma, and we’ve come up with a solution. Several, in fact! Here’s a collection of (not so creepy, but definitely current and comment-worthy) costumes that can be reused for the other 364 days of the year.

A David Bowie costume we can wear to work? Exercise clothes that will maybe kinda sorta in the right light make us look like Gigi Hadid? SIGN. US. UP.

Pilcro Script High-Rise Cords
Anthropologie, $88

Moonflower Velvet Wrap-Front Top
Anthropologie, $68

Seychelles Pride Over-the-Knee Boots
Anthropologie, $238

Smashbox “Be Legendary” Lipstick
Sephora, $21

Great Lengths Ruffle Body Suit
Akira, $70

Laser Cut Thigh-High Stiletto Boots
Akira, $65

Adah Necklace
Anthropologie, $68

Starlette Crop Jacket (white)
Anthropologie, $325

Right Back Faux Fur Coat
Akira, $130

Wonder Bracelet
Akira, $10

Bony Fingers Ring Set
Akira, $13

Adidas Women’s Training Pant
Akira, $45

Adidas Crop Top (Red)
Akira, $25

Adidas Hoodie
Akira, $100

Clear Vinyl Slides
Zara, $40

Flowing Crepe Blazer
Zara, $69

Drawstring Trousers
Zara, $40

Striped Blouse
Zara, $40

Polka Dot Tie,
Zara, $30

Emma Platform Oxford
Akira, $119

Eye Shadow By Craig & Karl
Sephora, $5

Contour Brushed Metal Gel Eyeliner
Sephora. $14

Tirra Velvet Kimono
Anthropologie, 138

Adelyn Off-The-Shoulder Dress
Anthropologie, $178

Swedish Hasbeens Slip-In Classic Clogs
Anthropologie, $248

Boho Printed Dress
Zara, $70

Long Velvet Scarf
Zara, $16

Feathered Rancher Hat
Anthropologie, $68