These Celeb Kids Had The Best Pre-Halloween Costumes

 

Halloween used to be for whoever would come up with the cutest couples costume... but these days, for me, it's all about who can come up with the best costume for their kids.

Let's face it, Halloween is just so much cuter with kids involved!

And some celebrities did NOT hold back with their early Halloween costumes for their kids over the weekend. From Gabrielle Union to Kylie Jenner to Bachelor stars, some of these celebs CRUUUSHED it. And now I'm feeling the pressure to make sure Aiza and Maxon's costumes are top notch when it comes to actual Halloween on Thursday night.

Gabrielle Union dressed her daughter Kaavia Wade up to match her character in Bring It On.

 

This twinning moment is ICONIC. And can I just say - how is it fair that Gabrielle literally has not aged... at all?? The first Bring It On came out NINETEEN years ago. What!!!

Then there was Kylie Jenner's baby girl Stormi who was dressed up as her mama from this year's Met Gala. I thought Kylie looked amazing that night but she has some competition because Stormi absolutely crushed the look as well. And HOW did Kylie get Stormi to wear that wig without pulling it off?! My kids would notttt be into that.

 

It's SOOO CUTE!!!

Matthew Koma did a daddy-daughter costume with her and Hilary Duff's daughter Banks. I think they're a cloud and a rain cloud? Either way, Banks' expression in this photo is hilarious and worth sharing.

 

And former-Bachelorette star Ali Fedotowsky shared the sweetest photos of her entire family (including husband Kevin Manno who works in our building!) dressed in their costumes.

 

I haven't revealed yet what I am dressing Aiza and Maxon up on Thursday night, but it IS a family costume. I'm just hoping other parents in our neighborhood are dressed up for trick-or-treating too!

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