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Wizardress of Oz Adult Costume
Retail Price: $123.00
Sale Price: $92.10

The Wizard of Oz - Scarecrow Plus Adult Costume
Retail Price: $78.00
Sale Price: $58.58

The Wizard of Oz  Scarecrow  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $68.00
Sale Price: $50.70

The Wizard of Oz  Cowardly Lion  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $72.00
Sale Price: $54.07

The Wizard of Oz Sexy Glinda Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

The Wizard of Oz  Tinman  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $72.00
Sale Price: $54.07

The Wizard of Oz  Dorothy  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $57.00
Sale Price: $42.82

Wizard of Oz Mayor Adult Costume
Retail Price: $105.00
Sale Price: $78.86

Celestial Wizard Adult Costume
Retail Price: $87.00
Sale Price: $64.99

Wizard of Oz Sexy Wicked Witch of the West Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

The Wizard of Oz: Women's Scarecrow Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

The Wizard of Oz  Glinda  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $90.00
Sale Price: $67.61

Parade Wizard  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $123.00
Sale Price: $92.45

The Wizard of Oz  Dorothy Plus  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $71.00
Sale Price: $52.96

Wizard of Oz Wizard Adult Costume
Retail Price: $105.00
Sale Price: $78.86

The Wizard of Oz: Women's Tin Woman Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

Wizard of Oz - Cowardly Lion Plus Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

Wizard of Oz - Tin Man Plus Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

Wizard Wanda Adult Costume
Retail Price: $77.00
Sale Price: $57.66

The Wizard of Oz  Wicked Witch  Adult Costume
Retail Price: $75.00
Sale Price: $56.34

The day started horribly. Your friends are being obnoxious you. However, all at once, you hide behind a low lying cloud and pop up putting on the right costume. Now you're on easy street. Costumes help us show more of ourselves

Are you channeling Wizard of Oz for your up coming celebration? You're certain to be noticed while showing off this decorative Wizard of Oz halloween costume, when you walk down the street on Halloween.

Is your face stuck in a book of ambitious adventures that involve going to Oz's amazing world, coming in contact with the good witch of the north, or having to have the wizard's assistance? Wouldn't you want all those ventures to really happen? Permit your mind to soar, and choose from a Scarecrow Mask, to some White Gloves, to some Stage Blood. The right outfit is great, but it isn't until the final touches are added that you will actually become believable. Don't overlook a Dorothy Wig, a Heart Clock, and a Tin Man Axe.


Did You Know?

  • Wizard of Oz: The Cowardly Lion believes that he has no courage even though he is consistently brave through their journey.
  • Wizard of Oz: Local legend has it that Oz, also known as The Emerald City, was inspired by a prominent castle-like building in the community of Castle Park near Holland, Michigan where Baum summered. The yellow brick road was derived from a road at that time paved by yellow bricks. These bricks were found in Peekskill, New York where Baum attended the Peekskill Military Academy.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Corpse - Use cardboard to make a coffin. Line it with white satin. Attach straps to the inside so that you can put on it like a knapsack. Glue fake flowers to front. Dress in an old suit or dress, tease your hair and wear gray makeup. Do not forget to add a few spider webs.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Mule - wear a brown sweatshirt, with baggy brown pants held up with suspenders. Attach a tail made out of unraveled rope, dyed brown. Slip on black shoes and mittens.
  • DIY Costume Idea: American Idol Contestant - Make a smallish sign which says "American Idol Contestant # (whichever)" and stick it to your garments. Dress wacky, take an inflatable microphone and sing badly.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Extreme Skooterer - Find a one-piece jumpsuit (like the kind that mechanics wear). Get the coolest helmet you can find along with gloves, goggles (a must!), knee pads, elbow pads, and so forth. Turn to spray color or lettering to put a number on your back and Xtreme! On the front. Then just ride about on your skooter and be the envy of the town.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Almond Joy and Mounds Bar - The guy is the Almond Joy and the woman is the Mounds Bar (you know how the jingle goes). To make each costume, get cloth (azure for Almond Joy and Red for Mounds) to make tunics that fit over your bodies. Afterward put a width of light cloth along the front, with a smaller stripe (scarlet for Almond Joy and blue for Mounds) on the left. Get black colored felt to spell out the candy name (copy from the candy bar wrapper). Add the "Peter Paul" logos and you are done!
  • Costume Making: In case you have certainly not designed halloween costumes up to now, think about a costuming plan that uses regular apparel in the outfit, and requires a single prop/weapon that you must specially create.
  • Halloween Trivia: During 1939, the journal American Homes was the primary mass-marketed periodical within the US to work with the phrase �trick-or-treat� being a distinct property-protection technique.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Aircraft caddy - Find a small toy plane and hold it with you. When people asked what you are, hold it out in the palm of your hand.

Pick from our many costume selections for your next special occasion. Don't forget, this will certainly be a brand new costume you will use time and again at costume parties, or even to delight everyone at standard parties! Grab your halloween outfit this instant when they are still available!