Bust out the platforms, squeeze into those bell bottoms, and boogie down with our line of disco costumes. You can step back into the 70s with disco costumes of all kinds. Whether you want to copy John Travolta's look in "Saturday Night Fever" or emulate Foxy Cleopatra from the last Austin Powers film, we have just the right disco costume and accessories for your needs. Don't forget your hoop earrings, crazy wig, and disco boots as well!
Would you love to find yourself feeling more excited? A creative outfit can give you a way to do it. Halloween or any event can be only one day that it is fine to be someone you're not. You can pretend to be whomever you would like to be, and no one thinks anything about it. Just imagine yourself being dressed up in a 70s Disco Dee-Lite costume for your next costume shindig. What thoughts come to mind? Young Pinocchio, you must trust hippies, be inspired by hippies, exude hippies.....you CHANNEL hippies. Don't you get a kick out of the full Disco world? Ah the stories.....expressing oneself, sharing in the love, and living your way of life the way you wish. This life is way too short to not have a great time. Pick and choose your perfect rockin' outfit and spice up your existence. Friends will totally believe your party costume if you add a Disco Dude Black Wig, some Gogo Boots, or some Gold Glitter Earrings.
Did You Know?
- Hippies: The Hippie Generation, people who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, accepted ideas of serenity, affection and neighborhood.
- Hippies: A lot of hippies refused mainstream organized belief systems in support of a more personal faith based experience, usually applying native morals and folk belief systems, to name a few.
- Hippies: During 1969 had been the Woodstock Event around the Far eastern Coast.
- DIY Costume Idea: Stadium Vendor - put on a sport shirt and visor. Hang a shallow cardboard box around your neck with a strap. Attach pictures of the items you're "selling" on the front of the box, with prices. Fill with snacks (or beer). Walk around and shout loudly, selling your products. You can actually collect money from people if you want!
- DIY Costume Idea: Cher - show off classic 60's attire (a mini-dress and go-go boots, or bell bottoms with a brightly-colored flowered top). Your hair should be dark, straight and very long. Add lots of bracelets, peace-sign necklace, rings, etc. Show off lots of eye-makeup and fake eyelashes. Carry a microphone.
- DIY Costume Idea: Medusa and a Man Turned to Stone - For Medusa, find an old hat that fits securely on your head. Buy some fake rubber snakes and attach them all over the hat. Show off all black clothes and paint your face green. For the Man Turned to Stone, wear all gray clothes, gray shoes, etc., and cover your skin with gray make-up. Finish off by spraying gray temporary haircolor on your hair.
- DIY Costume Idea: Unlucky Backpacker - put on flannel shirt and jeans, with hiking boots and backpack. Tear clothes to simulate bear claw marks, and add fake blood. Add some bloody bandages around your head.
- DIY Costume Idea: Bandito - slip on jet black: jeans, long-sleeved shirt, gloves, boots, belt, cape and gaucho hat. Put on a cloth mask over your eyes and take a fencing sword.
- DIY Costume Idea: Body for Life Contestant - show off a set of truly, rather sizeable trousers and hold them up with suspenders. Put on a regular-sized t shirt labeled "Body for Life Contestant."
- Halloween Trivia: Kids typically are dressed as entirely non-spooky character types at Halloween, like princesses, fairies, angels, farm pets and trees.
- Special Effects: Use ground up blusher then pounded charcoal on top of vaseline to get 3rd degree burns, tissue (either kleenex or toilet tissue) on the vaseline in addition to blusher, then possibly ripped and lifted up with the blister) with regard to 2nd degree burns; this may also be added for third degree burns, just don't utilize the charcoal for 2nd degree.
- DIY Costume Idea: American Idol Contestant - Make a smallish sign that says "American Idol Contestant # (whatever)" and stick it to your items. Dress wacky, carry an inflatable microphone and sing badly.
- DIY Costume Idea: Dolphin - Start with light blue footy pajamas, or a azure hooded sweatsuit. Make a matching fin out of azure cloth and fix it to the back of the suit. Make a dolphin nose out of felt and stick it to the bill of an aged baseball cap which will be hidden beneath the hood. Add eyes to the jacket of the head.
- DIY Costume Idea: Cheap Date - Dress just like a date (wear a black trash bag with slots cut for arms and legs). Affix a substantial price tag, with $1 crossed out and changed to 50 cents, and that crossed out and changed to 25 cents.
- DIY Costume Idea: Angry Pigeons - Choose your most loved bird from the game and print an image onto a little bit of card board to copy from. Find some cloth of the suitable color, and slice out two pieces of in the shape of the bird's head (big enough to cover over your body). Fix the two pieces together around the edges, leaving loopholes for your forearms, and an opening at the bottom so the entire thing can slip over your body. Slash an opening in the front piece to stick your face through. Stuff the tank-top so it keeps its shape. Make eyes, eyebrows plus a beak out of cloth or felt and paste to the front. Sport over dark-colored jeans or black colored leggings.
- DIY Costume Idea: CD Burner - Just tie a computer CD round your neck and hold a lighter. Anytime someone asks what you are, hold the lighter up to the CD.
You'll discover innumerable costumes for both adults and kids for you to select from, in various sizes and styles. By the way, this week's featured halloween ensembles are: a Saturday Night Fever Red Dress outfit
and a Flame Hologram outfit
. Grab your costume this moment when they are still available!