Is there any such thing as classic costumes for Halloween? Certainly! There are creatures, people, and objects that people dress up as every single Halloween. Consider the popular creatures such as fairies, vampires, and different monsters. There are also very recognizable figures from history that can easily fall under the heading of classic costume as well. Consider Benjamin Franklin, Napoleon, or Charlie Chaplin! These are all classic because they are familiar and this tends to make them quite easy to find in costume form!
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You hear your whole life to take a walk in someone else's shoes. Well, suppose you could? A special event is just the right occasion to dress in a brand new outfit. On the lookout for something to show off that suits just your style? The fun halloween outfit is one to fulfill all your needs. Whether you are searching for a Dog Riders Cowboy ensemble
or a Future Fisherman ensemble
, you're certain to discover it on this site. Does the excitement of venturing just beyond your safe place, stretching your edge a little, and donning a different person just for an evening compel you? Our company also has some Handcuffs
and a Police Officer costume
that are certain to prepare you for any adventure which comes your way! We've many extras, from some Shackles
to a Geisha Makeup Kit
, to help you polish your true to life look.
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- DIY Costume Idea: Carton of Milk - Use cardboard to create a large milk carton that fits over your body. Cut holes for your arms and a hole for your face to fit though the front. Spray paint white and add your chosen milk logo and details. Below your face, write "MISSING" "Have you seen me?", with details, etc.
- DIY Costume Idea: Wizard - slip on a large dark-blue robe (a graduation gown is a good starting point for making your own wizard robe). Add some silver fabric accents to the cuffs and collar. Make a pointy wizard's hat from matching fabric, and add some silver stars and moons. Slip on a long white wig and fake white beard and carry a wand and/or crystal ball.
- DIY Costume Idea: Farmer and Cow - The farmer is wearing demim overalls over a flannel shirt and is wearing a straw hat. The cow dresses all in white, including a light hoodie, with colored-on dark-colored dots. Udders made up of light pink felt or a a baby pink blown-up rubber glove should hang down in the crotch area. And the ears and horns are slice out of posterboard and secured to a hairband that is worn across the hood. Don't forget to hang a tail down the back.
- DIY Costume Idea: Electric Cowboy and Electric Cowgirl - You will need to buy some EL (electroluminescent) tape--glowing strips of light powered by a battery pack; search for it online. Attach the tape to your cowboy and cowgirl costume (shirt, jeans/skirt, jacket, hat, cowboy boots).
- Mask History: The local practices together with theatrical descriptions of mask usage generally overlap and consolidate but nonetheless give you a helpful basis for classification.
- DIY Costume Idea: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel - The woman is wearing a blonde wig, a sweet outfit, a substantial cross round her neck, and she bears a stake and has vampire bite marks on her neck. He has on dark-colored items along with a leather topcoat and vampire fangs.
- DIY Costume Idea: Alice in Wonderland - dress in a light-blue dress with fluffy sleeves. Select a cardboard carton large enough to go over over the middle of your body. Chop openings for head and forearms and paint it to look like a house, and your head sticking out from the chimney with your arms sticking out of windows.
- DIY Costume Idea: Firefly - put on a set of tightly fitted white colored pants. Get two battery-operated tap lights and put them interior your pants--one on each cheek. Or stuff several glow sticks in your butt. Add some wings.
- Halloween Trivia: The Celts (which included many people from northern Europe, Eire, Great britain, Scotland, Wales, and Brittany) believed that on Oct 31st the Lord of Death, Saman, would get together every one of the souls that had died the prior year to journey to the afterlife throughout the Vigil of Samhain.
- DIY Costume Idea: BP Oil Worker - Get a worker jumpsuit and fix a patch on the chest area saying "BP Oil." next take some vegetable oil and color it black color with food coloring, dump it all across the suit and let it dry. Choose dark colored make-up to give yourself filthy skin.
Choose from our thousands of costume possibilities for your next event. With a little something for everyone, our halloween store is one-stop shopping at its best. You can be anybody you want for halloween or that fun celebration - so "go for it"!