Costume accessories really finish off or give a distinctive "look" to any type of outfit. If you don't think so just consider someone dressed as a cowboy. What would they look like without a holster and pistols, spurs, and a classic cowboy hat? Whether you need accessories for a theatrical or stage production or Halloween costume accessories we have an extensive line of items that can be used to complete or enhance nearly any type of costume imaginable.
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How great would it be to end up being anyone you decided, and no one know who you really are? A special occasion is just the right place to show off a brand new costume
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- DIY Costume Idea: Ninja - wear black pants and a long-sleeved black shirt. To make your ninja mask, take any black t-shirt and turn it inside-out (so any logo is hidden from sight). Pull the shirt over your head and position it so your face is peeking out the neck hole with the tag below your chin (the rest of the shirt should still be around your neck). Pull the sleeves back and tie them at the back of your head. Pull the collar down at your forehead and fold it up so it's just above your eyebrows. Pull the collar up at your chin and fold it over so it covers your mouth and nose. Optional: Carry around a ninja sword or some ninja stars.
- Historical Costuming: Both Spain and France spent hefty amounts on their costumes, but the halloween collections in the Middle Ages were limited to simple church vestments.
- DIY Costume Idea: Old Man and the C - sport fishing clothes (jeans, flannel shirt, fishing hat, etc.). Carry a fishing pole and/or tackle box. Make a big letter "C" and show off it around your neck or over one shoulder.
- DIY Costume Idea: Anne Boleyn - sport a 16th century period dress with Anne's distinctive look--a lowcut square neckline. Add a veil with headwrap. Color a slash on your neck with blood dripping down, or buy a cosmetic "slit throat" and glue it on with body stick.
- DIY Costume Idea: Felicity Shagwell - don a bluish velvet one piece short racing suit with go-go boots. Your locks needs to be blonde, and in a lengthy 60s style.
- DIY Costume Idea: Batman - Start with a hooded jet black sweatsuit. Add on on a batman logo to the front. Create some triangular ears out of black colored felt and affix to the jacket of the hood. Make or buy a simple jet black cape. Show off black color footwear or black boots, and charcoal gloves. Finally, put on a charcoal cloth eye mask.
- DIY Costume Idea: Cat Go walking - Fix a stuffed cat to the tank-top of each of your shoes.
- DIY Costume Idea: Billy Mays - show off a long-sleeved azure button-up shirt (sleeves rolled up), a set of khaki trousers, and whitened tennis footwear. You can get black color make up to make his short beard and mustache, and gel to slick your hair. Take a few products such as Oxy-Clean, Mighty Putty, etc. Give a large thumbs up to everyone you see!
- DIY Costume Idea: Amish Couple - He shaves his beard to look Amish or might wear a phony one, and is wearing black color slacks, white-colored shirt, and suspenders. She has on an ordinary dress, kitchen apron and bonet.
- Special Effects: Use blue eye makeup carefully located for approximating shock.
- DIY Costume Idea: Filthy Rich - Take some light clothes and rub them with dirt or mud. Put them on, and next affix fake money all over your costume.
- DIY Costume Idea: Overcoat of Arms - Slash the biceps off various long-sleeve tshirts, and affix a stuffed glove to the end of each one. Fill the arms with stuffing and attach these to the back, sides and front of an inexpensive jacket.
- DIY Costume Idea: Bag of Jellybeans / Bag of Jellybellies - Take two or three clear dry-cleaning bags and put one inside the other. Punch a substantial hole on each side next to the opening for the hanger (your legs will go into these loopholes). Blow up about 15-20 balloons of many hues. Turn the bag upside down and step into the leg openings. And your body in the bag stuff it with the balloons. Tie the bag off at your neck including a colorful bow.
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