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All the Details on Lauren Conrad’s ‘Silly, Pretty’ Halloween Costume

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It's just a bunch of hocus-pocus! With Halloween just around the corner, we've been waiting with bated breath for Lauren Conrad's latest DIY costume reveal. Well, it's finally here! This year, the Hills alum decided to be … a glitter-bombed, velvet-accented, tulle-clad circus performer.

"[My friends and I] wanted to do something where we could have as many or as few as we wanted join in, and we wanted just a silly, pretty costume!" Conrad, 30, tells Stylish.

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And yes, she had just as much fun making this costume as all the DIY ones before it, including last year's mermaid with a shell-covered bra and a sequined skirt. "I went to the fabric store to buy all their tulle," the Celebrate author, who married William Tell in 2014, shares. "My husband was like, 'What was the last time you wore a costume that didn't involve, like, 100 yards of tulle?!'"

Conrad teamed her customized skirt with a party hat, ballet flats and a velvet Zara bodysuit, all of which she already had in her closet.

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While the LC Lauren Conrad designer's costume is all set, there's one thing she still needs: a plan for the night! But no matter what she does, she knows who she'll be with. "It’s been a busy couple weeks, so I’m going to rely on my girlfriends to make plans, and I’ll put on my tutu and show up," she tells Stylish. "[My husband] doesn’t share my love for Halloween, so he usually takes the night off, which is fine because it gives me a chance to have an excuse for a girls' night out! I have a couple of girlfriends whose husbands also don’t partake in Halloween, so we always have a lot of fun."

To see more pics of Conrad and her friends dressed up as circus performers — and to get the step-by-step guide to recreating the Paper Crown designer's costume at home — visit!

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