Harry Potter street style: Not a muggle in sight

Accio Harry Potter costumes! Siriusly so good, it’s riddikulus.

Jordan Musselman

Easton Green

Jordan Musselman

Katie Lauer

Saturday’s Yule Ball provided a night full of dancing, butterbeer and magical outfits.

Hosted by the University of Minnesota’s Quidditch team, the sixth annual event served more enchanting looks than a self-pouring tea pot.

Jordan Musselman, 24

What he wore: Gryffindor robe from the internet, light-up wand from the Renaissance Festival, Harry’s distinct round glasses from Amazon and a lightning bolt scar drawn on his forehead with red permanent marker.

What’s a night of Harry Potter fun without the very Boy Who Lived? Donning this staple Hogwarts look, Musselman played it smart and simple. Honestly, he might as well have just taken a swig of Polyjuice Potion to get the uncanny look.

Favorite Harry Potter moment: Musselman’s favorite Harry Potter moment is when his favorite character, Sirius Black, is introduced in “Prisoner of Azkaban.” “He’s labeled a ‘bad guy’ until you really get to know him,” Musselman said. “It’s the perfect example of don’t judge a book by its cover.”

Isabel Pone, 23

What she wore: Custom-made Slytherin ball gown from Jason Axness, Salazar Slytherin’s locket and wand from the Yule Ball’s “Diagon Alley,” simple black flats.

Pone’s striking, emerald green hoop skirt balanced elegance and edge with a sinister pop of black and a gem-studded chain. The extra touches of DIY makeup and nails made this look a standout. 10 points to Slytherin.

Favorite Harry Potter moment: Relating to the personal struggle, Pone’s favorite Potter moment was when Draco Malfoy realized he didn’t want to grow up to be like his father in the sixth book, “Half Blood Prince.”

Larry Stoehr, 43

What he wore: Felix Needleworthy Fine Clothing costume, black and blue griffin from the Renaissance Festival, wand from Twin Cities Magic and a talon marble necklace from Spencer’s.

Capped off with a bone-shaped wand and shoulder-perched pet, this sharp look provided a stark yet magical contrast to the many suits and tuxes seen at the Ball. Even an invisibility cloak wouldn’t stop Stoehr from gaining attention.

Favorite Harry Potter moment: Continuing his love for magical birds, Stoehr’s favorite scene was when Fawkes the Phoenix flew in to save Harry in the Chamber of Secrets.

Rae Lundquist, 63

What she wore: Handmade subdued-green 12th century velvet robe, classic witch’s hat donned with traditional pheasant feathers.

Having met Dame Maggie Smith herself, it’s only natural Lundquist paid tribute to Professor McGonagall. Her arrival in the professor’s classic ensemble caused every eye to turn — even the mad ones.

Favorite Harry Potter moment: Fitting for the night, Lundquist always enjoys the “Goblet of Fire” movie scene where Professor McGonagall teaches Gryffindor students how to dance. “I will not have you, in the course of a single evening, besmirching that name by behaving like a babbling, bumbling band of baboons!”