Fitness Influencer Jen Selter Shares 3 Skin-Baring Costumes Ahead of Halloween

The social media star polled her Instagram followers to ask which was their favorite.
Jen Selter

Jen Selter.

Jen Selter is gearing up for Halloween, and over the weekend, the fitness influencer polled her 14.2 million Instagram followers to get their input on her potential costumes.

On Oct. 29, the 30-year-old shared a reel in which she modeled three different getups: first, she sported a black-and-white long-sleeved cow print bodysuit, which she paired with thigh-high leg warmers, ears and a tail. Selter held her dog, Gram, under one arm before jumping up to transition to the next costume option.

Her second pick was a silver astronaut costume that consisted of a long sleeve zip-up crop top adorned with a NASA patch, along with itty-bitty shorts, both with bright orange buckles. Selter accessorized with white boots and a pair of oversized sunglasses with blue lenses.

The third option, which again featured her furry friend at her side, was a sexy interpretation of Woody from Toy Story, complete with a long sleeve plaid crop top and belted blue jean bikini bottoms. Both Selter and her pup wore cowgirl hats to accent the look.

“Happy Halloween weekend!!” the fitness influencer cheered in her caption. “Which costume is your favorite?!”

Several of Selter’s followers chimed in to the comments section to provide their two cents.

“The cow is awesome,” one person noted of the first choice.

“Cowgirl easily,” someone else added of the last option.

“I can’t choose!” another fan declared.

The same day, Selter shared a TikTok in which she was clad in the astronaut costume with a white sweater tied around her waist, so it appears that option No. 2 was the winner!

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