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General Grievous Costume

The Star Wars movies have captivated several generations of viewers, and now the different cartoons are taking hold of a widespread audience too. This is the reason behind the popularity of the different General Grievous costumes available. Whether it is a child or adult, our line includes a complete General Grievous costume with weapons, cloak and distinctive mask. We also recommend investing in the right boots or shoes and some additional weapons for fun!

Star Wars - General Grievous Deluxe Child Costume
Retail Price: $90.00
Sale Price: $67.61

Just picture getting up in the morning after a great night's sleep, showing off a new costume, and then meeting your lawyer for dinner. Now wouldn't that give people something to talk about? Getting into a new costume a single day can change your life once and for all.

Changing into someone you would love to be is exactly what Halloween revolves around. A General Grievous costume will guarantee you the improvement that you need. And with an Amidala Jumpsuit, you're definitely a success.

Isn't it about time to recognize I'm not really your father? You may like to feel completely amazing yet again, and you can with one of these rockin' halloween outfits. And incorporate any number of outfit accessories - such as some White Pump Shoes or some Ballet Shoes - for that polished look!


Did You Know?

  • Star Wars: Stormtroopers are the Empire's marines: elite troops trained for unswerving loyalty for efficient fighting in support of both Army and Navy.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Gnome and A Toad Stool - The Gnome wears a fluffy white beard and eyebrows, a tall pointy red hat, a long-sleeve turtleneck shirt, white or brown pants, a rope belt, and brown boots. The Toad Stool wears white tights or leggings, a long white shirt or little white dress, white shoes and white gloves, with a mushroom-shaped hat. (To make the hat: take a large plastic bowl and cover it with white stretchy fabric; put batting in between the bowl and fabric to give it a puffy effect. Attach the bowl upside down to a hat or headband. Cover the fabric with large red polka dots.)
  • DIY Costume Idea: Swami - Take a lot of orange cotton cloth and wrap yourself with it. Add a matching turban. You should grow a beard or don a fake beard. Sit cross-legged a lot.
  • Halloween Trivia: For the Celts whose living depended fully within the whims of the outdoors, the prophecies produced through the Druids had been a necessary source of level of comfort for your long, dim winter months months into the future.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Party Hosts - Make masks out of photographs of the people who will be hosting the party you are invited to. Enlarge the photos, glue them to cardboard, cut into face shapes, and cut holes for your eyes. A rubberband stapled to the mask will hold it around your head.
  • Halloween Trivia: It was in the past believed that the souls from the deceased wandered the globe until All Saints' Day, and All Hallows' Eve offered one further potential for the dead to find revenge on their own enemies before moving into the following world.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Flora, Fauna & Merryweather from "Sleeping Beauty" - show off a dress with long full skirts, with matching capes, pointy hats with veils, and wings at your backs. Flora puts on reddish, Fauna dresses up in green, and Merryweather dresses up in azure.
  • DIY Costume Idea: American Flag - sport a blue shirt and reddish jeans. Chop stars (50 if you can) out of white colored posterboard and stick or fasten those to your shirt. Color or get vivid white tape to make bright white stripes at your slacks. (Optional: Paint your face light blue with one big white colored star in the middle of your face.)
  • DIY Costume Idea: Corpse Bride - dress in an ancient wedding skirt and veil that have been soaked in a weak solution of azure dye. Use make-up to turn your skin light blue, with dark-colored blue shadow around your eyes. Color your locks with temporary blue hair dye.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Deviled Egg - have on all pure white. Paint or attach a yellow circle to your stomach. Dress yourself in devil horns and hold a pitchfork.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Devil and His/Her Worshipper - One dresses like the devil, along with the other dresses gothic (black colored hair, pale face, black make up, jet black gear, and so forth.).
  • DIY Costume Idea: Beast - show off a brown or orange sweatsuit. Buy some faux fur from a craft store and make a hood with plenty of fur round the face and neck. Sew some fur onto a big pair of gloves, and onto the tops of your footwear. Create some furry ears and secure these to the shirt of your head. Try make-up to create a viscious face, and include fake wolf teeth if possible).
  • DIY Costume Idea: Bathtub - Choose a box to turn to just like a tub, color it bright white and slice an opening in the bottom for your legs. Suspend the box over your shoulders with straps and fill the box with white colored and bluish balloons. Fix a rubber ducky to the edge. Don a towel or shower cap at your head, carry a bar of soap together with a loofah.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Daisy Duke - don short shorts, tight sleeveless shirt, cowboy boots and cowboy hat.
  • DIY Costume Idea: American Flag - sport a bluish shirt and crimson trousers. Slice stars (50 if you can) out of whitened posterboard and pin or glue them to your shirt. Color or use light tape to make white colored stripes on your slacks. (Optional: Paint your face bluish with one big white-colored star in the middle of your mouth.)

You'll be the center of attention with one of these sought-after collections. Keep in mind this week's featured party costumes are: a Padme Amidala outfit and some Chewbacca Latex Hands. Hmmmm.....I believe I will grab one of these myself!