Have you been called by the Munchkins because a new witch has just dropped a house in Oz? Well, there's the house, and here you are! So it must be true! Arrive in your bubble as everyone in all of Oz will come running to meet you in your new Glinda costume. Be everyone's favorite Good Witch of the North spreading glee from ear to ear and filling all hearts with hope and cheer. Browse our complete selection of Glinda costumes today.
Do you occasionally feel a little self-conscious? At a social gathering, it's not hard to be a tiny bit unconfident when it comes to socializing. Halloween may be the absolute right chance to be the single person you never thought you could be. What is more exciting than sporting a Wicked of Oz Wicked Witch ensemble on the night of Halloween? Transform yourself this halloween with a Sexy Glinda costume, or any one of these similar, 'straight out of the story-books' halloween costumes. Participate in Quidditch, be used as a theme in horror movies, and possess mystical powers for your up coming halloween party. Are you prepared for the evening of your life? Select from some Pearl Nails, to a Nailpolish and Lipstick, to a Pink Princess Bag....your options are virtually infinite. And ready for some Control Top Pantyhose to go together with your costume? Our site has a massive catalog of accessories, from shoes to hats to magical wands to moustaches to.....well, you name it.
Did You Know?
- Witch: Historically, it was widely believed in early modern Christian Europe that witches were in league with the Devil and used their powers to harm people and property.
- Witch: The Witch trials in the Early Modern period were a period of witch hunts between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, when across Early Modern Europe, and to some extent in the European colonies in North America, there was a widespread hysteria that malevolent Satanic witches were operating as an organized threat to Christendom.
- DIY Costume Idea: Bunny and Carrot - The bunny dresses all in white, including a white hoodie with the hood on. Bunny ears made from posterboard are attached to a hairband and worn over the hood. Whiskers should be painted on the face, and a tail can be made from a bunch of cotton balls. The carrot is made by cutting out a carrot shape from posterboard. Hold the board on the diagonal to get the biggest possible carrot shape. Paint the top green and the bottom orange. Cut holes at the top and run a string through them so that the carrot can hang from the neck.
- DIY Costume Idea: Gypsy/Crystal Ball Reader - All you need for the halloween outfit is some colorful belts, old looking earrings, heavy makeup, a long colorful skirt, a colorful shirt, some old high heeled boots, and some colorful pieces of cloth for the full effect. First, put on the skirt, shirt, makeup, and boots. Then put your hair in a bun and wrap a colorful belt around it. Put the earrings in and decorate the cloth around your skirt and shoulders and you'll be ready to go trick-or-treating!
- DIY Costume Idea: Pacman - Find a large piece of cardboard and cut it into the shape of Pac Man. Paint it yellow and add the Pac Man eye. Attach it to straps and suspend it over your shoulders.
- DIY Costume Idea: Pink (the singer) - Decide which look you like best--you can look at her various album covers, magazine covers, videos, etc. For instance you can go for the circus performer look. Or put on jean, a red tank, man's tie, and of course pink hair!
- DIY Costume Idea: Billie Joe Armstrong - wear a black colored t shirt with a red tie, a studded belt, darkish skinny corduroys, high shirt dark-colored Converse All-Stars, and loads of dark-colored eyeliner. Spray your hair black colored and spike/tease it. Hold about an electric guitar. For an even better effect, learn some Green Day songs and play them with a little portable amp.
- DIY Costume Idea: Almond Joy and Mounds Bar - He is the Almond Joy and she is the Mounds Bar (you know how the jingle goes). To make each costume, use cloth (bluish for Almond Joy and Scarlet for Mounds) to make tunics that fit over your bodies. Then put a width of pure white cloth along the front, with a smaller stripe (red for Almond Joy and blue for Mounds) on the left. Get jet black felt to spell out the candy name (copy on the candy bar wrapper). Include the "Peter Paul" logos and you are done!
- Halloween Trivia: Puritan New England carried out a few remnants of Halloween for instance fortune-telling activities additionally, the special event of Guy Fawkes Day.
- DIY Costume Idea: Chest of Drawers - Fasten undergarments to your shirt. Works best including a formal looking business suit.
- DIY Costume Idea: Chippendale Dancer - sport tight jet black jeans, including a jet black bowtie round your neck (no shirt). Tuck some dollar bills about the waistband of your slacks. Note: you will want to be in really good shape, OR extremely out of shape to make this party outfit work.
- DIY Costume Idea: Beatnik - don a beret, with your locks slicked back, dark-colored skinny sun glasses, a snug black turtleneck, snug dark-colored pants, together with a set of pointy flats. Take some bongo drums and a book of poetry.
- DIY Costume Idea: Bluto Blutarsky from Animal House - dress yourself in a sweatshirt which says "COLLEGE," over a button-down shirt, with plaid golf shorts. Take a bottle of Jack Daniels.
- DIY Costume Idea: Angry Mob - One of you dresses up as Frankenstein's monster. Each person else arrives as villagers with ragged gear and rope belts, carrying pitchforks and torches. Torches could be crafted from a piece of lumber with different colored construction papers glued to the shirt.
You'll find a huge selection of Witch costumes
for both adults and kids. Remember, this will be the right costume you will slip on many times at costume parties, or perhaps to stun everyone at conventional parties! Actually.....I think I'm going to get one of these for myself!