Halloween will be here before you know it, and if you don't feel like spending that hard-earned cash on a throwaway costume, why not dress as a better known business executive? There are two good reasons for this. First, you'll probably have to explain yourself among the surplus of costumed Patrick Batemans and members of the Trump family, which is a good ice breaker for any party. Secondly, you probably have some, if not most, of these items in your closet! Win/win.

If you don't, never fear: the essentials and accessories you need to craft these likenesses are all easily found on Amazon (AMZN - Get Report) .

Steve Jobs

The late Apple (AAPL - Get Report) CEO was not only known for being a technological visionary, but also for his love of turtlenecks and dad sneakers.

Men's Wool and Cashmere Turtleneck $26.99

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Levi's 505 Jean $19-$69

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Faux Glasses $3.39

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New Balance Sneakers $31-$118

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Mark Zuckerburg

Facebook (FB - Get Report)  CEO and tech titan Mark Zuckerberg is no stranger to the hoodie, tee and sandals combo that quickly became de rigeur for Silicon Valley.

Hanes 6-pack of grey tees $17.99

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Black Hanes Zip-Up Hoodie $14.99

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Adidas Originals Adissage Sandal $29.95

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Sheryl Sandberg

#LeanIn to the Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's timeless sartorial standby. 

Theory Dress $190

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Janet Yellen

Federal reserve chair Janet Yellen is known for her powerful look - and not to mention accessories. Go hard with Cartier, or go home. 

Tahari Suit $107-$290

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Cartier Tank Watch $3,775

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Vince Camuto Silk Scarf $54.91

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Dov Charney

The cool thing about dressing up like former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney? You can either be him or controversial photographer Terry Richardson, considering they subscribe to the same look. 

Buttoned Down Men's Classic Fit Shirt $39

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Vintage Aviator Sunglasses $9.99

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