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Grease Costumes – Greasers, Pink Ladies And Poodle Skirts

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If you’d prefer the 50s then have a good time over Halloween and get dressed up in your fave Grease costumes. Grease costumes can function all by themselves or if you’re heading out with pals you can all get dressed up as characters from Grease. For girls you can all be a pink woman and the blokes can go as Greasers.

This can be a time of the poodle skirt and for a total costume you’d need saddle shoes, poodle skirt, sweater set and ponytail headband or ribbon. This costume is located across the picture and is a costume that Sandy wears a lot. Poodle skirts are straightforward to make and you will see them at costume stores, thrift stores and vintage clothes shops.

Sandy also wears another costume at the end of the film and this is among the preferred Grease costumes for females. This costume includes high heels, tight black leather pants, a tight black off the shoulder t-shirt, black leather jacket, red lips and giant, provoked hair. If you’re going as Sandy then blond hair is important.

You may dress up as one of the other pink women. A pink wig or pink hair dye is important if you need a Frenchy costume. Ensure you dress in bubblegum pink skirt, shirt and pink women jacket. You may be Rizzo and wear tight black clothing. There are Rizzo wigs available in several unique costume stores.

Men can invariably dress up as the classic greaser, hair slicked back, jeans, black leather jacket and white t-shirt. This is a quite simple and really trendy costume. For those having to go hell for leather you possibly can add a motorcycle. This costume is also harking back to Marlon Brando and other Hollywood icons as well as found in the flick Grease.

There’s also the greater clean cut, athletic jock costume from the 50s that’s seen momentarily in Grease. You want a pair of khaki pants and a letter jacket or sweater over a button downed of collared shirt. This is considered a particularly clean cut look form the 50s. You may even dress up as the nerdy Eugene from Grease.

If you’d like something a bit fancier but still from Grease then examine the dance scene in the film and try to discover a dress in that style. This is a great look and you’re still a personality from the film. This is a bit better suited for couples dressing alike but you can still have plenty of fun.

Fancy dress shops will carry complete Grease costumes as well as accessories and individual pieces that might be utilized in a Grease costume. There’s a likelihood that you have virtually everything you want for a Grease costume but a missing that necessary piece ,e.g. the pink woman jacket. Go out to the store and get it to finish your look.

You also don’t have to spend a large amount of cash on your Grease costume but can pick up items at your local thrift or vintage stores. Also raid the attic or ask your relatives if they have any clothing from that period. You can notice that you already have everything you want for an authentic Grease costume.

Bob Anderson is a costume enthusiast and for years has helped others discover their own unique and awesome Halloween costume experiences. If you’re looking for more Halloween Costume ideas, tips and tricks then checkout some of Bob’s costume ideas on Grease Costumes or Grim Reaper Costume.

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