Let’s face it, the sexy French maid outfit isn’t so flattering on every figure. Slip on these fuss-free Halloween costumes for your body shape. All treats, no tricks!

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tinker bell costume

If you have great legs… 

Go as Tinkerbell! A minidress + sky-high heels = look-at-me-legs. All you need for this costume is a lime-colored bandage dress, fairy wings, silver heels and sparkling accessories (a little glitter never hurts on Halloween.) Added bonus? A fitted bandage dress slims and skims over your body to show off killer curves.

Herve Leger Lauren Bandage Dress ($975), FarFetch.com

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lumber jack costume

If you’re busty…

Go as a smokin’ hot lumberjack! A classic flannel button down is the perfect pick for bustier frames since it allows room to conceal a supportive bra. The über-flattering V-neck won’t choke-up your neck, which might add unwanted bulk. Adjust the buttons up or down to show a sliver of sensible—yet sexy—cleavage. Pair with jean cut-off shorts, a tool belt and high-heeled chunky boots. 

Western Lumberjack shirt ($90), Superdry

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flapper costume

Elongate a short torso…

Channel the “Roaring 20s” and go as a flapper girl! Look for a fringed or embellished dress with a drop waist—one that hits at or just below your hip bone to instantly add length to a tiny torso. This visually tricks the eye by hiding the location of your actual waistline.

Biba Embellished Flapper dress ($300), House of Fraser

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wheres waldo halloween costume

If you’re petite… 

Go as Where’s Waldo! A chunky horizontal striped sweater will add welcome width to a slender frame. The fuller sweater on top should be paired with dark-wash skinny jeans—tucked into chocolate riding boots—to avoid overwhelming a smaller shape. 

Waldo Kit ($40), ehats.com