Bella Thorne/Instagram
Dave Quinn
October 29, 2016 01:21 PM

How ’bout them cowgirls?

Bella Thorne and her sister Dani Thorne donned matching Halloween costumes Friday night.

The two actresses each wore identical sexy cowgirl costumes as they danced the night away at an upbeat party, as seen on Bella’s Snapchat and Instagram accounts.

The outfits included a Gooseberry Intimates sheer black mesh and lace bodysuit, with studded pink vests, oversized belts and fringe skirts.

The blonde Bella, 19, accessorized her look with a black bandana and dueling black and white chokers around her neck — adding knee-high socks to complement her black boots.

Source: Bella Thorne/Snapchat
Source: Bella Thorne/Instagram

Dani, 23, wore her red hair in pigtails with a pair of silver cowboy boots. She differentiated herself from her sister with a chocker and long necklace.

Both ladies also wore a matching pink cowboy hat — that glowed in the dark as they hit the nighttime party.

Source: Bella Thorne/Snapchat
Bella Thorne/Snapchat

Before heading out, Bella shared a series of close-up selfies of her outfit.

In them, fans got a close-up view of her flawless makeup — which included two different-colored eyebrows (one black, one blonde-ish to match her hair) and two different-colored eyeshadows (one pink, the other silver).

Source: Bella Thorne/Snapchat
Bella Thorne/Snapchat
Source: Bella Thorne/Snapchat
Bella Thorne/Snapchat

RELATED VIDEO: Exclusive! Bella Thorne Makes Her Playboy Debut with a Tribute to David Bowie

Recently, the former-Disney star made her Playboy debut in its November issue.

Bella paid tribute to David Bowie in the pictorial by sporting a red bomber jacket that showcases the late musician’s last name stitched onto the back.

Her appearance was part of the magazine’s monthly “No Filter” feature, which highlights a woman who is making waves in the entertainment industry.

In it, Bella addressed her critics and those who “try to shame a woman’s sexiness.”

“People are constantly trying to change me, every second of the day, especially on social media,” she said. “I’m not fed up with social media — I understand it — but people like to comment on how my image is too edgy, that I’m too edgy, and on how they wish I looked. It’s a lot of ‘do this, don’t do that.’ ”

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