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'The Dress' is now a Halloween costume

Remember "the dress" debate of 2015? It's now a sexy Halloween costume.

A Tumblr user posted a photo asking people what colors they thought the dress was. Some saw blue and black, while others saw white and gold. (Warning: post contains graphic language)

The debate quickly took over the Internet, and it was soon pretty hard to avoid "the dress."

Now for just $46.95 plus shipping, you can re-live the great dress debate of 2015 thanks to Yandy.com -- a website that sells costumes, lingerie, accessories and more.

"Start the debate all over again in this "What Is The Color?" dress costume featuring a split blue/black and gold/white design that's sure to make you the talk of the party," the costume description reads online.

You know it was bound to happen at some point.

(H/T Buzzfeed)

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