Michael Myers Costume
It is hard to imagine that the character of Michael Myers has been terrifying audiences since the late 1970s, but that is when the first "Halloween" movie appeared. Today there are a variety of Michael Myers costumes from which to choose, but all of them are distinguished by their scary masks (which are based on the Captain Kirk character from Star Trek!) and blue jumpsuit. If you want a Michael Myers costume be sure that the mask is included, and try to add some scary props as well.
Living life not noticed may bring you down, but what if every one of your fantasies could become a reality, and you could live in the spotlight for a single night a year? You need time for you- even only one evening a month- when no one has to know who you are, and being dressed up in the right costume allows you the opportunity to express the person you do not ever get to be. Hunting for something to show off at your up coming halloween party that fits just your style? The Michael Myers party outfit is certainly one to satisfy all of your current wants. For people who love to live daily life on the outrageous side, the Michael Myers attire is sure to bring out the devil in you. Is fantasizing about donning a mask, terrifying ladies, and surviving unthinkable situations just what gets your adrenaline going? Now let your creativity expand, and select from a Skeleton Loot Scoop, to a Bloody Warning Door Cover, to some Clown White Creme Foundation. Get rid of ordinary Jane and begin to add some spice to your halloween outfit with a Bloody Weapons Knife, some Bernard Boots, or a Dorothy Lipstick.
Did You Know?
- Michael Myers: Michael doesn't speak within the movies; the very first period audiences ever listen to his voice is incorporated in the 2007 remake. Michael speaks as a kid during the start of the film, but while in Smith's Grove he quits talking entirely.
- Michael Myers: According to screenwriter/producer Debra Hill, the character of Laurie Strode was called after John Carpenter's first sweetheart.
- Halloween Trivia: Kids typically dress as entirely non-terrifing character types during Halloween, including princesses, fairies, angels, farm pets and flowering plants.
- DIY Costume Idea: Bag Lady - show off an old skirt with "long johns" underneath and several old shirts tucked sloppily into the waistband. Have on a stuffed bra around your waist to simulate a saggy chest. Show off one boot and one shoe. Put on two different old gloves and an old hat. Use make-up to dirty your skin and clothes. Carry plastic shopping bags filled with junk. If possible push a shopping cart.
- Costume Making: Come up with Blueprints of the authentic piece to be formed. This helps keep the measurements of the outfit or prop from ending up too small or too big as soon as you finish with it, and the model guarantees your goal remains true.
- DIY Costume Idea: Angel - sport a pure white shimmery dress, pure white tights, and whitened ballerina slippers. Make a halo out of wire covered in maribou. Fashion wings from wire covered with translucent fabric, cover with white feathers, and fix with straps about the forearms and shoulders (like backpack straps).
- DIY Costume Idea: Amelia Earhart - dress in an old-fashioned leather pilot's headwear with goggles, a short-waisted leather bomber's jacket, lengthy loose dress jeans, plus a silk scarf tied around your neck and tucked into the jacket.
- Halloween Trivia: The ritual of flashing ensembles and going out "guising" or trick or treating at Halloween matured from Catholic customs introduced in Britain within the 15th century.
- DIY Costume Idea: Barney the Purple Dinosaur - Start together with a sizeable bright-purple hooded sweatsuit. Secure an oval of green felt or cloth to the front torso. Create a tail out of purple cloth, stuff it and affix it to the back of your slacks. Slash several triangles of cardboard to make scales, cover with purple felt and attach them down your back. Spray color some old footwear purple to match the suit. After you put on the suit, stuff the legs and torso with newscard board to fill out the shape, and about the top of the head to create some height. Include eyes made out of felt to the shirt of the hood.
- DIY Costume Idea: Butler and Maid - The butler is wearing black colored slacks, a dark-colored vest, white colored button down shirt, a black colored bow neck tie, and dazzling white gloves. He bears a tray with some cheap champagne spectacles glued on to it. The maid dresses in a 'little dark-colored dress' with a little pure white kitchen apron round her waist. Although most maids wear sensible shoes, most Halloween maids wear sexy, black colored heels. The maid might hold a feather duster with her.
- DIY Costume Idea: Annette Funnyjello - dress yourself in a net on your head and hold a bowl of Jello with a silly face coated on it.
- DIY Costume Idea: Angry Mob - One of you dresses up as Frankenstein's monster. Everyone else dresses as villagers with ragged gear and rope belts, carrying pitchforks and torches. Torches could be constructed from a piece of lumber with different colored cardboard glued to the top.
- DIY Costume Idea: Beatles - Decide which Beatles era you prefer and now match your outfits correctly: for the sixties, wear suits, skinny ties and mop-top hair. For the Sgt. Pepper era, show off the brightly-colored Sgt. Pepper uniforms, longer hair, and so on. Or go for the 70s look with turtleneck shirts, bell bottoms, long hair, sideburns, mustaches, and so forth.
Our complete assortment will allow you to be whoever you wish this October. Bear in mind, this is going to be a creative outfit you will slip on time and again at costume parties, or perhaps to delight folks at ordinary parties! Rock the party!