Archive for December, 2010
Since ancient times, both women as well as men have had fantasy for make up and costumes, fancy dresses and wigs as a part of artistic and cultural pastimes. The best ever showcases for a fancy dress outfit include carnivals/festivals, Halloween parties (treating with ghost, spooky vampire, werewolf, and mummy) and Christmas.
Coming out with attire concepts does not necessarily require to invest huge money or need one to shop for an outfit that one can wear only once in a lifetime. Most individuals invited to party may discover that they were able to obtain a wonderful collection from nearest rental shop easily, but if you have waited until last minute in order to find the route which others did not prefer, you can definitely draw several appreciative comments in the party.
Tips for choosing ladies fancy dress costumes
* Make a list of ideas about what you would like to put on. Think of actual attires rather than specific costumes such as long dress, comic character outfit or mini skirt. It will provide one a starting point to work on costumes.
* Is quality more important or does fun element matter? If one is going to attend masquerade wedding reception, then obviously quality of apparel with matching accessories does matter.
* So, are you going to wear this attire more than once? There are several ladies fancy dresses that one can put on more than once at numerous parties. If you are a budget oriented customer, you can choose apparel that you can wear at office Christmas party or family celebration as well.
* Is comfort your important feature of consideration? Or ‘wow’ impact is more significant. Visualize entry to party, would this attire make one feel comfortable, twist with awkwardness or is one thrilled just thinking of it. So, firstly, think of the impression you want to derive on others in the party.
* Make a list of accessories that you would like to wear at party and jot down the accessories that you would like to wear.
* Can you allocate a bigger part of your investment to sparkling accessories or rather want to make it as minimum as possible. Selecting the right kind of finishes and touches to your fancy dress costume can really be fun. Sometimes, it is only the accessory which determines whether the fancy apparel will work or not.
* Is it available in your size? The fancy dress costumes of ladies are fabulous much simple to find out and there are some good sites that offer enough measurement info or engage in selling attires in different dress sizes.
Once you are sure of the appropriate and exact size of your apparel, you have to make a check on the availability.
Making a prior checklist of don’ts and do’s for ladies fancy dress costume will provide one and an overall visualization of type of clothing one should be searching for. It is better to start finding appropriate costumes much before the event, take quality time and in case you are not satisfied with your 1st choice, go on to next and start work on it.
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Is there anything on the high street at the mo that might be suitable? I don't want to get a proper fancy dress costume, I just want a few ideas on how I could achieve the look with normalish clothes so I could wear them again maybe? Or if there was anyone around in those decades whoever I could easily dress up as? Thanks in advance I'm in the UK by the way. Do you know what I found? I went to an 80's party recently. You're going to have a lot of fun . Get a lot of make up and jewelry, neon and bright colors are the best. Also, the bigger your hair the better. Tease your hair using a comb and a heavy hairspray. Also lots of bright clothes work, look up pictures and be creative. Leggings, ripped jeans, big sweatshirts off of one scholder. . Etc.
1) A present/gift 2) A Christmas Cracker 3) A Christmas wreath I woud preferably often make them using materials such as cardboard etc rather than having to go out and buy lots of material/costumes. Thanks. If you have any other Christmas themed fancy dress costumes that can be easily made, please tell me. Also, I don't want to dress up as some slutty elf, Mrs Claus etc. P. S It's for school and we've got to wear it all day. I don't want to look a prat. XD. Well, I have your answer right here. The present idea. Is good. easily done but not wearable for all day. This is an idea. . Get a nice white dress. Or white shirt and white skirt. . And put over yourself a cardboard cut out of a star. This doesn't have to be that big of a star. . And if you affix straps to your shoulders. And have the star on the back and the front. . It should be comfortable to wear. Put glitter all over it with glue. . Or just make it out of aluminum foil. . With glitter thrown on for good measure. You can go nuts with the glitter. . And put it everywhere. . And even line some of your white dress with some gllitter glue. You can even paint some nice stars here and there. So you will be the Christmas Star. That bright star that shone through the heavens and made such an impact on the whole world. If you can't find a white dress. . You can get some white sheets from a thrift store and make a very nice loose fitting tunic. Good luck and Happy Holidays.