To all the Halloween costumes I've loved before: y'all just left my mind for good because these two toddlers dressed as Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky from To All the Boys I've Loved Before just won Halloween, stole my heart, added five years to my life, and paid off my mortgage (OK, maybe not that last one).
The kiddos behind these incredible and adorable TATBILB costumes are 4-year-old Alyssa Vigan and 19-month-old Brayden Roux and were mainly an excuse for Alyssa's mom, Theresa, to let her obsession with the film have a moment. She showcased two of her favorite scenes through the costumes: when Lara Jean and Peter talk in the diner about her letters and when they sign the contract for their "fake" relationship.
"I chose those scenes because I thought those were pivotal scenes in the movie," Theresa told POPSUGAR. "First of all, the chemistry between Lana Condor and Noah Centineo is so amazing. I liked the scene in the diner because it felt like the first time she was being completely real, honest, and vulnerable to someone. I chose to do the contract scene because I thought it was supercute! I'm a product of the '80s and love the fact that they paid homage to Sixteen Candles. I also loved that the contract kind of reminded me how I thought a relationship 'looked like' when I was teenage girl."
Theresa recreated both characters' outfits for both scenes and absolutely crushed it, especially with Alyssa/Lara Jean's trendy ensembles. However, for Theresa, TATBILB is about so much more than its cute outfits and fun love scenes.
"I loved the movie not only because of the amazing storyline but because it showcased an Asian-American girl as a lead in a romantic comedy (not just a friend — but the LEAD)," Theresa said. "It's a wonderful time for my daughter to grow up and see girls like her on screen, because I never had that growing up."