Pop culture costumes are ALWAYS trendy for Halloween. And that's not a new thing.

"Cosmopolitan"recently put together a list of the, "Halloween costume everyone was wearing the year you were born."

Now, really, it's more of a list of something that was hot in pop culture every year since 1950 . . . but still, a lot of them are hard to argue with. The first 15 years worth weren't really all that impressive so we decided to start with 1965 and The Stones.

  • 1965: The Rolling Stones
  • 1966: Star Trek
  • 1967: I Dream of Jeannie
  • 1968: Casper
  • 1969: Elvis Presley
  • 1970: The Beatles
  • 1971: Willy Wonka
  • 1972: The Godfather
  • 1973: Jan Brady
  • 1976: Rocky Balboa
  • 1977: Princess Leia
  • 1978: Saturday Night Fever
  • 1979: Superman
  • 1980: Daisy Duke
  • 1981: Indiana Jones
  • 1982: Annie
  • 1983: Madonna
  • 1984: Ghostbusters
  • 1985: Marty McFly
  • 1986: Jem and the Holograms
  • 1987: RoboCop
  • 1988: Garfield
  • 1989: Batman
  • 1990: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • 1991: Morticia Adams
  • 1992: Catwoman
  • 1993: Jurassic Park Dinosaur
  • 1994: Lion King
  • 1995: Star Trek Voyager
  • 1996: Scream
  • 1997: Spice Girls
  • 1998: Dude from "The Big Lebowski"
  • 1999: Tarzan
  • 2000: Fred Flintstone
  • 2001: Josie & The Pussycats
  • 2002: Hermoine Granger
  • 2003: Spider-Man
  • 2004: Jack Sparrow
  • 2005: Grey's Anatomy Cast
  • 2006: V for Vendetta
  • 2007: Hannah Montana
  • 2008: High School Musical
  • 2009: Lady Gaga
  • 2010: Princess Tiana
  • 2011: Sue Sylvester from "Glee"
  • 2012: Katniss Everdeen
  • 2013: Iron Man
  • 2014: Anna from "Frozen"
  • 2015: Harley Quinn from "Suicide Squad"
  • 2016: "Stranger Things" kids
  • 2017: Wonder Woman
  • 2018: The Nun
  • 2019: Hustlers

Read more at Cosmopolitan.