Halloween is upon us, and that means it’s time to don your funniest, craziest, wittiest costume yet. This year’s list brings us a few new places to help you perfect your design.

Adele’s of Hollywood (5034 Hollywood Blvd.; adelescostumes.com) is not only reasonably priced, but you’ll feel like you stepped into another era since it’s tucked away on the upper floor of an old, old building. There are tons of accessories to be found, and costumes are available for sale or rental.

The Halloween shop at American Apparel (americanapparel.net) is always fashion forward. This place is full of inexpensive, fun ideas, and they always launch a great costume contest! Some of my favorite renditions are Pocahontas, the twins from The Shining and gypsies.

You can find all the lingerie and sexy costumes your naughty heart desires at Beverly Hills Hosiery (801 S. Los Angeles St., Downtown (213) 627-7705). I picked up a petticoat here for an Alice in Wonderland party over two years ago, and I still have it intact. It’s a little pricey, but the quality of clothing is really strong.

How about shopping for a costume where your purchase gives back to the community? Get your Halloween attire at BTS Thrift Boutique (10409 Washington Blvd, Culver City or 1908 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica; facebook.com/BTSThriftBoutique) and proceeds go towards Beit T’Shuvah, an addiction treatment facility that stays open due to community donations. BTS Thrift Boutique is the best bet for your “True Blood” look!

The Costume Shop (746 W. Doran St., Glendale (818) 244-1161) is great for non-generic costumes. It’s like shopping in a vintage closet where you want to try on everything. You can walk in and out with an award-winning costume for under $75.

If you’re Downtown, definitely head over to the FIDM Scholarship Store (919 S. Grand Ave. (213) 624-1200). There are so many different ways to shop here. Pick a readymade outfit and add on zippers, jewelry and fabrics. You can go big and spend next to nothing!

For men, 5 Points (2601 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles; fivepointsworkwear.com) always comes through with your Jason Voorhees/Chucky style costumes. 5 Points specializes in Dickies, medical uniforms, overalls and more.

Just north of the scary lights of Hollywood is Halloween Town (2921 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank; halloweentownstore.com). This location is one of the biggest Halloween shops in the city, and word is they’ve just expanded to add more costumes one block from the original location. You’ll find toys, props and really scary masks, not to mention costumes from every genre you can think of. I love the makeup section where hair color, blood and prosthetics run rampant.

Hollywood Toys & Costumes (6600 Hollywood Blvd.; hollywoodtoysandcostumes.com) has all the Marvel, Disney and classic Halloween costumes you can think of. Of note, they carry all incarnations of Catwoman costumes, one my favorites.

If you want to go simple and just don a fun wig or funky hairpiece, go to Hollywood Wigs (6530 Hollywood Blvd; hwigs.com)! Every single color, shape and size of hair is here, oh the hair-a!

Of course there is the tried and true west side hot spot, Robinson Beautilities (12320 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles; premiereprops.com/robinson/index.html). I’ve rented a couple of costumes from here with great success. My “Phantom of the Opera” costume was a big hit, as was my Morticia Adams. I prefer renting because it takes up less space in your closet, not to mention Robinson’s work is quality!

How about a Flashdance number … or “Chicago”? You can lose yourself in the world of Fosse at Shelly’s Dance & Costumes (2089 Westwood Blvd., West Los Angeles; shellysdanceandcostume.com). You could even walk out with a Black Swan costume!

For those of you who like your costumes custom, try Sword and Stone (723 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank; swordandstone.com). Here you’ll find all the tools needed for Renaissance attire and Tudor-style frocks.

If authentic looking TV or movie outfits are your thing, try Western Costume Company (11041 Vanowen St., North Hollywood; westerncostume.com). This shop has been around for about 97 years, and it shows with their wide range of costumes from “West Side Story” to Titanic.

There are so many places to choose from throughout Los Angeles; it’s easy to put your costume together and stand out from the rest.