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  • Women's Sacajawea Maiden Costume

    Women’s Sacajawea Maiden Costume

    Of the many notable Native Americans in history that have aided travelers in exploring and mapping the wilderness of new American territories, Sacajawea stands out as one of the most well known. Learn about her legacy with this Sacajawea Costume, a look inspired by the famous Native American explorer.Sacajawea is best known for her invaluable contributions to the famous expedition led by Lewis and Clark in 1804. She joined the team of explorers a few months into the journey, and as the expedition’s guide, she taught them how to survive and navigate in what is now the American Northwest. She also helped them establish relationships with Native American tribes in the area, and has the distinction of being the only woman to travel with Lewis and Clark’s party all the way to the Pacific Ocean, and then back to the expedition’s starting point. She was even made an Honorary Sergeant in the Regular Army for her contributions to the success of the mission!This costume probably won’t be able to stand up to the rigors of a two year long, cross-country expedition, but the faux suede material looks great when you’re wanting a Native American inspired style for a costume party or event. The dress and apron accessory feature fringed hemlines, and ribbon accents printed with geometric patterns for added detail. Slip on a pair of matching fringed shoes or boots to complete this look!

    $44.99 Adult Native American Costumes
  • Womens 50s Style Poodle Costume

    Womens 50s Style Poodle Costume

    Rock around the clock, or anytime you please, ma’am. We aren’t here to tell you what to do. Like, you could get ready to greet your man with a home-cooked dinner‚Äì‚Äìor maybe he‚Äôll get home to find you down at the sock hop! Just because you dress like women‚Äôs lib never happened doesn‚Äôt mean you have to act like it!As a matter of fact, you can twist, shout, bebop, doowop, shooby-doo and whatever other nonsense words Louis Prima can come up with to your heart‚Äôs content in this Women‚Äôs 50s-Style Poodle Costume. Err, poodle skirt costume, that is. Don‚Äôt order this expecting to pass for a dog. Also don’t order this for your dog‚Äîit’s likely not the correct proportions. Head down to the burger joint or the malt shop (they still have those, right?), and you‚Äôll be the talk of the town! Because you‚Äôre a pretty lady, not a talking Great Dane who ordered a malt in earnest.All the guys will be harshing your vibe, lady. They’ll be all, like, “What‚Äôs cookin‚Äô, good lookin‚Äô? Wanna meet up later at the Steak ‚Äôn‚Äô Shake? We can jam to some Bobby Darren and Bo Didley,” or whatever they have on the jukebox, and then you’ll get one root beer float with two straws. I know what you‚Äôre thinking: scandalous. But times are changing fast, baby, and all we can do is embrace them or watch them pass by!

    $49.99 Poodle Skirts
  • Women's 1920s Silver Flapper Costume

    Women’s 1920s Silver Flapper Costume

    We were really excited to talk about this Women’s 1920s Silver Flapper Costume and the fun you could have wearing such a unique combination of sparkly sequins with scintillating black fringe and gauzy lace. We were probably going to babble, because we think you’d look so great in the matching headband and gloves that people might have a hard time glancing away. And that would mean less time to steal a nip from a hip flask, on account of Prohibition!But we just overheard someone saying that we weren’t true fans of F. Scott Fitzgerald. And since he’s practically the patron saint of classy flapper costumes, we felt the need to defend our honor! We’d do pretty much anything to visit the Left Bank when the Lost Generation was finding itself in Paris, because it would mean meeting our greatest literary idol and his brilliant contemporaries. Hailing from Minnesota ourselves (and having read a few books our hero hadn’t even written yet!), we’re pretty sure we’d have a lot to talk about.Sorry! This isn’t supposed to be about us. It’s supposed to be about you, and about your bright future with this magnificent throwback outfit! So if you’ll do us a solid and try to remark on the silver pepper of the stars when you step out for air at the party, we’ll happily send you one of these dazzling costumes. And then we’ll head back to our desks, since we’ve just about finished retyping every word of The Great Gatsby. Hey, we heard it was good practice!

    $54.99 Flapper Costumes
  • Women's Foxy Flapper Costume

    Women’s Foxy Flapper Costume

    There are a few schools of thought on where the term “flapper” came from. Some believe it was a comparison between a young woman setting out on her own and a growing bird flapping its wings as it learned how to fly. Others say it came from the flapping pigtails that young ladies in England traditionally wore before they graduated to a shorter and more “adult” hairstyle. Wherever it came from, it wasn’t necessarily intended as a flattering term, but as time has gone by it’s stood as a mile marker for a nostalgic era.As with any long gone era, our modern ideas about the 1920s certainly don’t tell the whole story, but the one they do tell is a good bit of fun. It’s a time of speakeasys, jaunty jalopies, raccoon coats, hot jazz, moonshine, and really strange slang Рphrases like “23 skidoo,” “Oh, you kid,” “Banana oil,” and, of course, “flapper.” Maybe that’s why flappers have endured so long in our culture. They’re a symbol of an era that we can’t prove was anything but the rockin’ good time we want it to have been.Embrace your quest for a simpler time in this black polyester flapper costume, featuring fun fringe and ribbon details and a bow tie at the neckline. Fun accessories include a pair of forearm length gloves, and a sequined headband with black ribbon for an added flourish. It’s a far cry from an adolescent bird or a pigtailed girl, and that’s jake with us. (“Jake” being 1920s slang for “totally fine,” of course.)

    $39.99 Flapper Costumes
  • Women's Boardwalk Flapper Costume

    Women’s Boardwalk Flapper Costume

    Ever since the origins of our country, we’ve never been one to sit back and do what everyone tells us. That’s how we got our independence, and that’s how so many other social movements become so prominent. The Flappers of the 1920s were no exception. Young women who wanted to stand up to traditions and social norms bobbed their hair, drank and smoked, and partied the night away listening to jazz at different night clubs.Just like the young birds who would flap their wings over and over learning to fly, these young ladies were branded “flappers” for their own brand of flapping their wings and learning to fly. It was met with plenty of criticism from more conservative groups and men who didn’t feel like the women knew their place, but it didn’t stop an entire fashion and cultural movement from spreading across the country and overseas to Europe. These days, flapper girls are throwbacks to another time, but their spirit remains strong. And there’s no better way to remember the days of old than with a flapper girl like this one.This particular costume has a 95% polyester 5% spandex blend, has elastic shoulder straps that crisscross in the back, and comes with an elastic headband covered in silver sequins and an upright black feather. You can complete the costume by adding a pair of black or silver heels from our accessory page. Fashions may have changed, but the spirit of independence has not. Celebrate it with this throwback costume!

    $69.99 Flapper Costumes
  • Womens Black Gogo Boots

    Womens Black Gogo Boots

    Anyone knows that the right dress, the perfect headband, the clutch and earrings, the flawless makeup, and even the right moves on the dance floor are only half of the look. Every outfit needs that one remaining thing to keep the entire regalia grounded, something that helps to make sure that you put the right foot forward when you step into the room and give your very first impression to everyone so that you can be sure they will be floored. Actually finding that last piece can be a bit of a stumble, though, especially if you can’t quite put your … toe on it. Of course! It’s the shoes.Especially when you are set up to hit the dance floor in your ‘60s gear or looking to stomp down some baddies in your secret agent uniform, it is crucial that you get your feet into these Women’s Black Gogo Boots. With a shining faux patent leather fabric and a side zipper, the boots are a perfect completion to nearly every eye-catching impression you seek to make. With it’s thick 3” heel, you’ll not only be standing above the competition, but you can ensure that you’ll be doing so with a firm footing.

    $29.99 Disco Costumes
  • Women's Lucille Flapper Heels

    Women’s Lucille Flapper Heels

    What do illegal alcohol runs, gorgeous dresses, and wild parties all have in common?Welcome to the roaring twenties! The 20s had it all: parties, dancing, and fun! Even if things weren‚Äôt always good, when it came to playtime, they knew how to make it great! Once you’re in a pair of Lucille Flapper Heels be sure to use words like zozzled, jelly beans, and applesauce! If people say they don’t understand just call them a wet blanket. That‚Äôs what they would‚Äôve done in the 20‚Äôs and everyone was hip back then.Whether they were out on the town or deep inside at a speakeasy, flappers were always ready to get their dance on. These closed-toe black strappy heels are perfect for a night of dancing and having a great time with your fellow flappers. Perhaps a few gangsters will even make an appearance for the night!

    $24.99 Flapper Costumes
  • Womens 50s Saddle Shoes

    Womens 50s Saddle Shoes

    Okay cats, pop quiz time, and listen up because this could keep you from looking like a square some day! You may be the hippest in the bunch, who can out-dance anyone at the sock hop, has a perfect poodle skirt for every occasion, and can rock a pair of feline-framed glasses like no other. But do you know what kind of shoes to wear with your cool 50’s style while you’re twistin’ the night away? The answer is these swell 50’s Saddle Shoes, of course! These boss faux leather shoes are modeled after the trendy footwear that were all the rage with gals in the 1950’s, and are exactly what you need to finish off your hip vintage costume. Whether you’re going for a preppy straight laced look or more of a sassy baby doll vibe, these retro shoes will keep you from ending up on the train to Squaresville!

    $24.99 50's Accessories
  • Womens Gold Goddess Heels

    Womens Gold Goddess Heels

    When you’re invited to one of Zeus’ annual parties, you really have to dress the part. The paparazzi of the gods are there in full force just looking to capture any fashion faux pas, or cultural slip of any kind. For a goddess like you that means getting exactly the right look even more stressful! Luckily, we got your shoes covered with these gorgeous goddess heels. Not only will Zeus approve (and likely make some kind of salacious remark) but the paparazzi will be snapping photos of you left and right, and hark! you may even appear on ‘Mt. Olympus Weekly’ looking fabulous in your glimmering high heels.

    $39.99 Goddess Costumes
  • Women's Lethal Beauty Costume

    Women’s Lethal Beauty Costume

    Are you ready to become a villain? You better pick your theme!The best supervillains have themes that are seductive but deadly at the same time. You know, so that your victims come to you, and they’re willingly drawn in before meeting their doom. And since your theme also dictates what kinds of crimes and schemes you commit and whatnot, it’s good to pick a theme that will offer a wide range of possibilities. Like if you go with a water theme you might steal a dam, or you could fill the city hall building with squid!For us, there’s one theme that’s a cut above the rest when it comes to supervillainy. The plant theme! With a plant theme you can cover all of your bases and still have plenty of room for growth and new possibilities. Plants are ancient and mysterious, and as with most things in nature: the more colorful and beautiful something is, the more lethal their poison. Enticing!If you’re looking for a good place to start your career as a seductive supervillain, this Women’s Lethal Beauty Costume will put you on the right path for plant-based crime. This alluring costume dress features halter straps done up in plastic vine trim and a mesh train that ties around the waist. Tan leaf-printed tights continue the theme, and the glovelettes, bootcovers, and eyemask complete the ensemble. We’re sure your victims will fall at your feet when you cast your shadow over them, so please, be gentle with whichever poor superheros try to stop you…

    $44.99 Poison Ivy Costumes
  • Womens Tinkerbell Fairy Costume

    Womens Tinkerbell Fairy Costume

    Do you believe in fairies?As children we find out that certain things aren’t real. Santa Clause does not come down your chimney. There is no such thing as Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. Not even the Man in the Moon is real, he is just some trick of light, and shadows.We will believe people when they say that mythological figures don’t exist. We will believe that there is no such thing as a politician who only speaks the truth. But we will not accept that fairies aren’t real. They do exist. They exist because we believe in them. We said the words “I do believe in fairies,” and poof. Fairies are real, and they are beautiful.There will always be nonbelievers however. All you’ll have to do is whisper “I do believe in fairies,” as you put on this Women’s Tinkerbell Fairy Costume. And you’ll have everyone at your costume party believing in fairies. Who knows maybe some of the other things we were told don’t exist, are real. Maybe if we say we believe in Nessie she will come out of Loch Ness to show herself off. Don’t be afraid to show off your flying skills. We do believe in fairies. We do believe in you. *Fairy Dust not included*

    $39.99 Peter Pan Costumes
  • Womens Scrub Nurse Costume

    Womens Scrub Nurse Costume

    If you have ever worn scrubs you’ll know that there are drawbacks. Yeah, sure, they’ve got lots of pockets, come in a variety of colors, and are pretty comfortable. But you’d have to be living under a rock to not have noticed how unflattering and not stylish they are.Seriously,you’re pretty much a giant pocketed colored crayon when you wear scrubs. We don’t think it’s ever been muttered in the history of nursing: “Oh my gosh, you look so cute in those scrubs!” Note: this is not the same as complimenting scrubs that are cute, but instead saying someone looks cute in them. Now, here’s clearly a reason that all nurses have to wear scrubs ( although we’re racking our brains and can’t come up with any good reason besides practicality… and that they’re disposable). Still, we understand your desire to look cute while patching people up.Here we have a compromise. Our scrub nurse costume is not scrubs at all (which means it shouldn’t be worn in an actual hospital). Instead it’s a fitted little pencil dress in a classic scrub color. This cute little number hearkens back to the more historical nurses with the little white collar, apron, and hat with a red and white cross. Stethoscope, other medical devices, and license to actually practice nursing not included.

    $19.99 Nurse Costumes
  • Women's Sexy Skeleton Costume

    Women’s Sexy Skeleton Costume

    What would you do if you came back from the dead as a living skeleton. Well, we’d have a lot of questions for you, that’s for sure. Like, how are you walking around without any muscles? And how did you get out of that pine box? There would definitely be pros and cons to living as a skeleton. You would probably make quite a mess when you were eating dinner but your bone structure would sure be a sight to see. If you came back from the dead there’s no way you’d go back and live half-heartedly. You’d feel reanimated by getting to know your deeper, bonier self. After that long journey back from the river Styx you’d feel like shaking ‘dem bones. When you’re wearing this sassy dress with its fun black and white tutu you might just feel reborn. With your newly enforced sass, people won’t have to use x-ray vision to see that you’ve got backbone. . . and ribs, and a femur. You’ll feel like you’re the Queen of the underworld as you’re throwing your phalanges in the air like you just don’t care. You’ll look great wearing your skeleton dress to any number of spooky October events or to a D√≠a de los Muertos themed party. You may be a skeleton, but you still have guts. So prepare to be the life of the party. Because what’s more fun than a skeleton in a tutu? We can’t think of anything.

    $24.99 Skeleton Costumes
  • Women's Sexy Convict Costume

    Women’s Sexy Convict Costume

    Orange may be the new black, but as far as popular culture is concerned, prison fashion is always going to be defined by the familiar black-and-white striped suit. That probably has as much to do with Hollywood as it does with anything else. We’ve all seen a dozen old movies with inmates planning a big prison break in their black-and-white stripes. Those outfits are as much a staple of those movies as sweeping spotlights, crooked guards, and the super tough jailbird with the heart of gold.So sure, old-fashioned striped suits aren’t nearly as common anymore, especially not with the little round caps, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still be iconic. Heck, we doubt that there was ever a time when bank robbers actually carried their loot in burlap sacks with dollar signs stenciled on the front, but that image has stood the test of time. You can’t fault your brain for sticking with the classics.Granted, we also doubt that this particular style was ever in standard use in any prison system, stripes or not. It seems rather impractical to the aims of most correctional facilities, but it’s right in keeping with a rocking costume party. This polyester/spandex blend pullover dress is the height of convict couture, with a close-fit style and a heart-shaped cutout at the chest. The jaunty cap tops everything off with extra aplomb for a flash of fashionability that you’re unlikely to encounter in any prison yard.

    $34.99 Police Costumes
  • Women's 80s Let's Get Physical Costume

    Women’s 80s Let’s Get Physical Costume

    Hey everyone, what should we do on this radically retro day? Should we go to the mall, or maybe to the roller disco? Whatever happens, you’ll be ready for a bitchin’ time in this 80s Let’s Get Physical Costume! Few eras of fashion have been able to pull off insanely bright colors, artificial materials, and clashing design styles as well as the 1980s. In fact, if you can think of another decade that has been as “80s-riffic” as the 80s, please let us know, because we have got to see it. The 80s were all about nylon, spandex, plastic jewelry, and colors that you could only see in nature if you had eaten some mysterious mushrooms, or maybe whacked your head recently. But, it was all in good fun, and one lesson 80s music taught that us is that if there’s anything girls just want to have, it’s fun. Well, if that’s true, then you’re in luck, because this sick workout costume is mega-fun! It comes with a leotard that has “Get Physical” printed on it, which is totally wicked. It also comes with some cool shorts and a mesh crop top to wear over it, so you don’t look like you’re all grody from coming straight from aerobics class. Slip into a pair of brightly colored tights and leg warmers (different colors, obviously!), and some tennis shoes, and you’ll be ready for a retro costume party. Or, just wear it to sweat it out while dancing to some killer 80s tunes!

    $49.99 Buy product
  • Women's Lucille Flapper Heels

    Women’s Lucille Flapper Heels

    What do illegal alcohol runs, gorgeous dresses, and wild parties all have in common?Welcome to the roaring twenties! The 20s had it all: parties, dancing, and fun! Even if things weren‚Äôt always good, when it came to playtime, they knew how to make it great! Once you’re in a pair of Lucille Flapper Heels be sure to use words like zozzled, jelly beans, and applesauce! If people say they don’t understand just call them a wet blanket. That‚Äôs what they would‚Äôve done in the 20‚Äôs and everyone was hip back then.Whether they were out on the town or deep inside at a speakeasy, flappers were always ready to get their dance on. These closed-toe black strappy heels are perfect for a night of dancing and having a great time with your fellow flappers. Perhaps a few gangsters will even make an appearance for the night!

    $24.99 Flapper Costumes
  • Women's Sexy Hippie Costume

    Women’s Sexy Hippie Costume

    You or your grandparents have likely already started telling a few stories about the grand old days of the ‘70s. The colors, the music, the dance. Too often, we are all told that the days of the groovy past are long beyond us. But, half the point of bringing kids and grandchildren into the world are so we’ve finally got someone around who has to listen to our stories! And, some of those Disco Days make for spectacular stories.But, Disco wasn’t the only reason for those groovy days. Woodstock, peace and love, and the styling threads were at least as big as the glittering disco ball. Dozens of our favorite comedies make clear reference to the spectacular days, the styling threads, the grand colors, the peace and good will that came from a community ready to do little more than give a brand new meaning to being chill.Fortunately, now, you can do both at once. Relive some of your own best memories and bring the ‘70s right up into the modern day by transforming and stepping back into time with this Women’s Hippie Hottie costume. A nylon and spandex blend, you begin with a colorful flower power dress with long wide sleeves and bare shoulders. Accentuate the vivid colors with a tan fringe vest and a perfectly complementing headband. Complete the look with any of our optional accessories, a long blonde wig or matching fringe leggings, and you’ll be the dancing queen with flower power.

    $64.99 Hippie Costumes
  • Womens Pretty Pocahontas Costume

    Womens Pretty Pocahontas Costume

    The toughest thing about trying to wear the leather look is how stuffy the material can be and how little give the outfit is willing to offer. Numerous leather outfits have come across the table from excited clientele that only want to up their fashion game and give the rest of the party some real competition for the year’s trophies. We’ve all seen the mistakes. Ross and his leather pants debacle was ,perhaps ,the best comedic gift of fashion warning that we can imagine. Fortunately ,not all leather is made the same and not all cuts of fabric need to be quite as challenging as the “you’ll never get out of these” that our favorite dino-specialist discovered.Inspired from Native garb and heavily modified for contemporary living ,these leather-like materials are at the ready to give you the look that you crave without the trouble of hoping your clothes will be willing participants in the process. Come to unite both sides of the seas—and all without that unusual squeaking that will distract your guests from the real star of the show—we bring the gift of the micro-suede and its leather-look and luscious feel!And now you can wield this comfy and form-fitting fabric in this womens Pocahontas costume. Entreat your festive party-goers with some magical wind-color painting lessons while wearing this dark brown tank dress ,carefully constructed to hide the zip-up back. The fringe hemline augments all your moves with the waving suede and the multicolored beadwork scoop neckline makes for the perfect highlight to this look inspired from a fabled old-meets-new world. A beadwork headband of the same comfy micro-suede completes the look ,unless you’d like to add some fringed boots to step it up even further.

    $39.99 Pocahontas Costumes
  • Womens Sexy Retro Stewardess Costume

    Womens Sexy Retro Stewardess Costume

    Do you remember the days when flying was a glamorous endeavor? Flight attendants were treated like movie stars and pilots were the rockstars of their day. Even though those days are long gone, flying can still be fun and enjoyable – even for the stewardess!Look like you just got off a plane in the early 1960s with this retro stewardess costume. You’ve been all over the world and now it’s time to have some fun! The first stop is drinks with the girls, and then it’s over to Pilot John’s party. After all, you deserve some fun when you fly the world the way the world wants to fly!This retro stewardess dress will transport you back to the time of great service, when flying was still a novelty and everyone wanted to be in on the action! The form-fitting turquoise pullover dress has wide, white lapels and is styled to look like a pencil skirt with a jacket. The classic pillbox hat has loops for bobby pins so you can securely fasten it to your hair for all night wear. The costume also includes a necktie that‚Äôs sewn to an elastic band so you don‚Äôt have to worry about tying a tie this Halloween! Top it all off with some added and essential details. Start with the plastic pilot‚Äôs wings flight pins that have an antique brass tone. Then add the mini satchel purse to store all of your necessities. The purse measures 9x7x2 – just big enough to fit everything you need for your next layover!

    $34.99 Pilot / Flight Attendant Costumes
  • Womens Ghost Costume

    Womens Ghost Costume

    Orange may be the new black, but for the spirit realm, gray is where it’s at. For the last several centuries, ghosts and demons alike have preferred the traditional slimming and classically frightening black for their otherworldly garb. Not only does it hide zombie guts and blood splatter from messy vampire attacks, but it is extremely effective at helping to scare pesky peasants. Plus, black allows one to hide in the shadows located in dark corners of poorly lit rooms, at the top of the stairs, and even at the edge of an ominous forest.Yet, up and coming phantoms and the recently undead are eschewing the traditional black in favor of the much more flattering gray, which complements pale, bloodless skin better. Gray also hides cobwebs well and anyone who has every spent the night in a coffin knows that spiders leave cobwebs everywhere. Plus, you may have been a ‘summer’ in life but, in the afterlife, everyone’s color palette is death. Your rotting green flesh is best accentuated by this new color trend.Embrace this new look with an ankle length dress featuring a tattered hemline and a trendy capelet. It offers just the right combination of glamour and gloom that well-dressed spirits love. Plus, the veiled hat and glovelets allow you to bring a certain amount of sophistication to your hauntings.

    $34.99 Ghost Costumes
  • Plus Size Women's Disco Costume

    Plus Size Women’s Disco Costume

    We like to picture the disco dancefloor as a glittering model of the cosmos‚Äîand not just because the disco ball at the center makes everybody feel like a star! Although maybe we should have gone with that, because it’s a lot more catchy than what we were thinking. It’s just that with the fog machine cranked up, the only visible light is reflected by the dancers’ electric moves and their shimmering outfits! Yeah, we should have stuck with the thing about the stars.Anyway, this Plus Size Women’s Disco costume features bright colors in an eye-catching pattern that was borrowed from the mind-bending fashion of the 60s, and it’s covered head to toe in metallic sequins that belong to the 70s, when everything really seemed to sparkle! With flared cuffs on the sleeves and pants, this spectacular suit will make you look like a cross between a psychedelic alligator or an opulent ostrich: in other words, a real party animal!And since psychedelic alligator skins and opulent ostrich feathers cost a pretty penny, we recommend sticking with a 100% polyester ensemble like this for your next throwback bash or decades party. It’s good for a complete look, including a matching scarf. It comes with everything you need, except for your favorite pair of boogie shoes. Though a poofy wig or some vervy sunglasses are a great way to make it feel like all the action revolves around you!

    $49.99 Disco Costumes
  • Lucky Charm Women's Leprechaun Costume

    Lucky Charm Women’s Leprechaun Costume

    be a lucky charmWe know you’ve got big-time plans for St. Patrick’s Day. A little fun at work, a little stop at the pub afterward, and you’ll probably hunt down some Sheperd’s Pie or Corned Beef Hash to munch on, too! It’s all the typical goings-on on a regular old St. Patty’s Day, but maybe this year, you’d like to do something just a little bit extra. You know what we’re talking about here. Adding a costume to the fun!A truly great idea, indeed, when you choose your St. Pats style, you’re going to have the style to match your party plans when you put them into action. And there’s no better choice for the festivities than this Women’s Lucky Charm Leprechaun Costume! A snappy dress and jacket means you’ll have lots of green and clovers for the fun, and when you suit up to head to the pub? You’ll be everyone’s lucky charm!design and detailsStyled as a dress and jacket ensemble also comes with the bow tie, hat, stockings, and even a mustache-on-a-stick! It’s everything you’ll need to be a dandy and proper leprechaun. This festive and lively outfit hits on all those classic themes perfectly with a green plaid-print mini top hat, dress, and thigh-high stockings with horizontal green and white stripes. And with the rich emerald green jacket goes over the dress, you’ll have the style secured with aplomb. Use red mustache accessory to add a little mischievous fun to the good times. If the red hair on the mustache-on-a-stick doesn’t match your own red hair, you can always add a wig to complete the theme! Leprechaunin’ aboutGet this costume, and you’ll be ready to put a big exclamation point on what’s sure to be the best St. Patricks Day ever. After all, you’re going to be a total Lucky Charm, so how could your day be any less than perfectly green!

    $44.99 St. Patrick's Day Costumes
  • Women's Sacajawea Maiden Costume

    Women’s Sacajawea Maiden Costume

    Of the many notable Native Americans in history that have aided travelers in exploring and mapping the wilderness of new American territories, Sacajawea stands out as one of the most well known. Learn about her legacy with this Sacajawea Costume, a look inspired by the famous Native American explorer.Sacajawea is best known for her invaluable contributions to the famous expedition led by Lewis and Clark in 1804. She joined the team of explorers a few months into the journey, and as the expedition’s guide, she taught them how to survive and navigate in what is now the American Northwest. She also helped them establish relationships with Native American tribes in the area, and has the distinction of being the only woman to travel with Lewis and Clark’s party all the way to the Pacific Ocean, and then back to the expedition’s starting point. She was even made an Honorary Sergeant in the Regular Army for her contributions to the success of the mission!This costume probably won’t be able to stand up to the rigors of a two year long, cross-country expedition, but the faux suede material looks great when you’re wanting a Native American inspired style for a costume party or event. The dress and apron accessory feature fringed hemlines, and ribbon accents printed with geometric patterns for added detail. Slip on a pair of matching fringed shoes or boots to complete this look!

    $44.99 Adult Native American Costumes
  • Women's Spikes & Tear Drops Flapper Costume

    Women’s Spikes & Tear Drops Flapper Costume

    ‚ÄúGoodbye, Goody Good Girl, I‚Äôm changing and how!‚Äù – Thoroughly Modern MillieThe Roaring ’20s was quite possibly one of the most exciting decades of our time. Bands were getting jazzier, speakeasies were getting classier, and clothes were getting snazzier.And no one had more fun during the Jazz Era than a thoroughly modern girl! Everywhere you looked, women where raising their skirts, bobbing their hair, painting their lips and pencil-lining their brows‚Ķand that was just the fashions! What was once considered respectable only a handful of years ago was now suddenly considered backward and slow, including how many women chose to live their lives. One definable trend was the rise in women-only boarding houses, which were suddenly popping up in cities across America to accommodate bright young girls who had decided to move to bustling metropolises to seek out a career (or a rich husband) instead of stay in their own small towns to get married. Those young women sought to live lives that were ‚Äúhot off the presses‚Äù and always one step ahead, and the result was an exciting, colorful, progressive time that still captures America‚Äôs imagination to this day.And now you can capture some of that dazzling spirit with this Women’s Spikes and Tear Drops Flapper Costume! This gorgeous black sleeveless scoop-necked tank dress transports you right back into the glittering world of The Great Gatsby…covered with rows of round beads, silver teardrop sequins, & gold spike bugle beads, you’ll be making the crowd roar as you Foxtrot and Charleston your way across the ballroom floor. Add a feathered boa and a sequined, feathered headband, and you’ll be ready to rip-roar your way all the way back to the ’20s…and how!

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