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What you gonna wear? 'Ghostbusters' director unveils jumpsuits for new movie

Women will wield the proton packs in the upcoming "Ghostbusters" movie, but what will they wear while they do that?

Thanks to a costume sneak peek from director Paul Feig, we now know.

In short, the jumpsuits are back!

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But they're a bit different from the beige numbers Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson wore back in 1984 (or the gray updates they sported in the 1989 sequel).

Check out these TODAY superfans who are bound to love the new look!

The official outfits for new 'Busters Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy and Kate McKinnon will be dark khaki with orange stripes. The boots, goggles and logo patches, however, appear to be standard-issue classics.

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The next "Ghostbusters": Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy and Kate McKinnon.

And as if that weren't enough of a tease for faithful fans of the franchise, Feig later tweeted a photo of the proton packs to come, too!

Of course, this isn't the first preview into the ladies' looks. Earlier this month, a few photos from the set leaked, revealing their off-ghost-duty duds.

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Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Kristin Wiig all together for 1st day of filming all girl 'Ghostbusters' in Boston with slime on pants and ghost trap. Melissa and Kate were running out of a mock Bronx School where they had just encountered a ghost. Kate had slime all over her pants and was carrying a large backpack with logo on it as Melissa's character carried a brand new style ghost trap that was similar to the classic 1980's version from the male cast. The girls all had a blast as they got off to an early day of filming together for the very first scene. <P> Pictured: Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Kristin Wiig <B>Ref: SPL1055293 180615 </B><BR/> Picture by: Prahl/Rocke Splash News<BR/> </P><P> <B>Splash News and Pictures</B><BR/> Los Angeles:310-821-2666<BR/> New York:212-619-2666<BR/> London:870-934-2666<BR/> photodesk@splashnews.com<BR/> </P>

While more glimpses are sure to be on the way, "Ghostbusters" fans will have to wait over a year to see it all for themselves. The film is scheduled to hit theaters July 22, 2016.

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