DIY Masquerade Mask for Halloween Costumes

Have you ever wanted to attend a masquerade ball? There is something so enchanting about disappearing from the real world and descending into another where you can be anyone you wish to be. Donning a beautiful mask while dancing the night away with a mysterious stranger is a fantasy that so many of us have. Halloween is coming up, and there are many ways that you can make that fantasy come true. Here at iLoveSexy, we have put together our own DIY Masquerade Mask tutorial for you to try out. While you do not necessarily need to replicate this mask step-by-step, you can definitely use this as a template or for inspiration on how you would want to design your mask. The sky’s the limit, so don’t hesitate to go a little crazy on the decorating. After all, when it comes to putting together your costume, isn’t Halloween about going all out? Stick around at the end of of this tutorial for some really gorgeous and extravagant costumes from our Antoinette Collection and Mardi Gras Collection that you can pair your masquerade mask with. We promise that you will have a ball dressing up in these best-seller outfits. In the meantime, let’s get started on our tutorial!


DIY Masquerade Mask - What you will need


What you will need:

Plastic mask (you may choose whatever shape you wish, or you may make your own)
Black spray paint
Gold paint
Gold dimensional fabric paint/puffy paint
Gold glitter
Gold rhinestones
Clear rhinestones
Gold trim
2 strings of black beads
Black faux flower
Black lace
Black feathers
Black ribbon
Hot glue gun
Newspaper or scratch paper
Paint brushes

DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 1

1. Lay out your mask on the newspaper or scratch paper and spray paint your mask thoroughly and as evenly as possible. You may have to spray paint the mask in two or three layers, depending how evenly it has dried.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 2

2. This is how the mask should look like once dry. We spray painted this twice and let it dry for about forty-five minutes.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 3

3. To give more shape to the eye area, we used gold paint to give the mask distinctive cat eyes.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 4

4. While the paint is still wet, sprinkle a generous layer of gold glitter onto the eye area, making sure the eyes have an even coat.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 5

5. For adding 3-D designs, use the gold dimensional fabric paint and draw out designs such as swirls and jewels. Feel free to be as creative as you would like with this part.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 6

6. While the gold dimensional paint is still wet, sprinkle more glitter onto the designs.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 7

7. Dispense a small amount of hot glue onto the mask and use a pair of tweezers to attach the rhinestones.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 8

8. This is how the mask should look after you have attached your rhinestones. Isn’t the mask coming together quite nicely?


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 9

9. To add a touch of elegance to the mask, we cut a thin strip of black lace about 1-inch wide and hot-glued it to the back of the mask.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 10

10. We wanted a little more volume at the top, so we added a second layer of lace to the mask. We cut out a slightly wider strip of lace and hot-glued it on top of the first layer of lace.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 10

11. Use hot-glue to attach the gold trim all around the mask, carefully adding glue in sections and attaching the trim according to the shape of the mask.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 11

12. This is how the mask should look after attaching the gold trim.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 12

13. Take your two string of black beads and knot them securely to your faux decorative flower. Since this faux flower was originally a hair clip, we looped the strings through and knotted them securely onto the metal clip.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 13

14. Hot glue the decorative faux flower to the side of the mask, making sure not to cover the eye area.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 14

15.  Dispense hot glue onto the boning of the feather and stick it into the opening between the faux flower and the mask. Hold the feather there for about thirty seconds or until you know the feather is firmly attached to the mask. Repeat this step for as many feathers as you would like.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Step 15

16. Cut your ribbon into two pieces at your desired length. Again, use hot glue to attach one end of the ribbon to the mask. Now your masquerade mask is finally ready for you to wear! Simply place the mask over your eyes and tie the ribbon into a tight bow to hold everything in place.


DIY Masquerade Mask - Finished

Masquerade ball events are all about the lavishness and luxury, and nothing exemplifies extravagance more than a glitzy and decorative masquerade mask. We love how ornate this masquerade mask turned out. Putting together this mask was a little time-consuming because of all the little details that went into designing it, but trust us, a little patience goes a long way! You can add your own color scheme and ornamentation to fit whatever outfit you would be pairing this lovely accessory with.  As for some ideas on what to wear with this mask, we’ve got you covered. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite picks for Halloween this year!

4-Piece Royal Antoinette

Royal Attoinette


Mysterious Masquerade

Mysterious Masquerade


Victorian Doll
Victorian Doll


Mardi Gras Maven

Mardi Gras Maven


Halloween is all about having fun and turning all your craziest fantasies into reality for just one night. Why not go all the way this year with a glamorous costume that will really stand out among the witches, police officers and pirates? These costumes may be inspired from history, but they have been modernized with a sexy yet elegant twist. And no costume is complete without a bedazzling masquerade mask! Putting together your Halloween costume doesn’t just have to end with purchasing an outfit. Decorating it and adding accessories is what makes it special. And for twice the fun, you can even invite friends over and have a masquerade mask decorating party. The possibilities for designing this accessory are endless, so let your creative juices flow and get started on making your own with our DIY tutorial today! What did you think of this week’s tutorial? Will you be trying out it for yourself? How would you like to decorate your mask? Don’t forget to leave us some feedback in the comments below!


We would love to see what awesome Halloween DIYs you have come up with! So don’t hesitate to send us pictures of any of our DIY tutorials that you have created via email at, and we may post it up on our Instagram at @ilovesexycom. Check back again next week for an all-new DIY tutorial that will help get you pumped up for Halloween!

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DIY Dream Catcher Necklace for Halloween Indian Costumes

Native American Indian lore states that nighttime is filled with dreams, both positive and negative. Many mysteries surround the beautiful and enigmatic dream catcher in traditional Native American Indian belief. Legend has it that if you hang a dream catcher next to your bed, it will catch the bad dreams in the interwoven web and allow the good dreams to pass through the middle. When the sun rises, its rays will hit the dream catcher and the bad dreams will dissipate into thin air. The dream catcher represents unity, strength and protection and is a useful item to have on hand for a peaceful night of sleep. And here at iLoveSexy, we thought that creating a dream catcher necklace would not only be a fun DIY project for this week but it also would go wonderfully with some of our Halloween costumes in our Indian collection. Follow along our DIY Dream Catcher Necklace tutorial and learn how to make this gorgeous piece of jewelry that you can use for bed time or for an everyday accessory. And if you’re interested in dressing up as a strong, fierce and sexy Indian for this year’s Halloween, stick around for our top choices. Now let’s get started!

 DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - What you will need


What you will need: 

Metal ring
Suede cord
Hemp cord
Brass wire
Embroidery thread
Wire cutter
Glue gun

DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 1

1. Before you begin wrapping your suede cord your entire metal ring, create a small loop. Use hot glue to secure the loop on both sides.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 2

2. Make the loop large enough for you to thread your hemp cord through later. Wrap the suede cord around any visible dried glue to cover it.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 3

3. Tightly wrap the suede cord around the entire hoop, making sure to not leave any visible hints of metal peeking through. When you have finished, secure the end of the suede cord with hot glue.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 4

4. This is how your wrapped hoop should look like so far.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 5

5. Taking your embroidery thread, tie a secure knot to your hoop, close to the suede loop that you made earlier.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 6

6. Take your embroidery thread and loop it around the plastic ring.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 7

7. Now pull the embroidery thread through the loop you have just created.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 8

8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 around the whole hoop. This is how your first weaving of loops should look like. To move onto the next layer, you will continue using the same technique in steps 6 and 7, except you will weave the new loops in and out of the previous layer of loops. You should slowly begin to see a pattern form as you do this.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 9

9.  To secure the the end of your embroidery thread, you can either tie a knot in the center or on the hoop.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 10

10. To attach feathers and beads to the dream catcher, take your brass wire, loop it onto the dream catcher and use a pair of pliers to twist and secure it in place. Don’t forget to leave enough brass wire for your feather.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 11

11. Place your feather parallel against your brass wire and tightly wrap the wire around the boning of the feather.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 12

12. Secure the beads to the brass wire by dispensing a small amount of glue onto the brass wire.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 13

13. Slide your bead onto your brass wire and hold it in place until the glue dries.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 14

14. Repeat step 10 with the brass wire to secure the beads to the dream catcher.


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Step 15

15. Thread your hemp cord through the suede loop that you made earlier. You can make this necklace short or long, depending on the length you desire. And now you’re done!


DIY Dream Catcher Necklace - Finished

A simple yet chic dream catcher necklace makes a great statement piece and really adds a peaceful sense of whimsicality to any outfit. And after a day out, you can even hang this next to your bed for restful sleep of happy positive dreams. We can’t think of many wearable accessories that go hand-in-hand with a good night’s rest. And of course, no dream catcher necklace looks quite as perfect as it does with a Halloween Native American Indian costume. Here are just among of few of our favorites in our collection:

Queen Of The Tribe Costume

Queen of the Tribe

Indian Huntress Costume

Indian Huntress

Pocahottie Costume



Chief Indian Princess

Chief Indian Princess


Native American Indian costumes have always been a Halloween favorite among women. When playing cowboys and Indians as children, we personally always liked dressing up as the Indians more. And what better time than to play than during Halloween? Native American Indian-inspired jewelry is also extremely popular and the many ways to accessories an Indian costume are endless. Pair any of these costumes with your own dream catcher necklace and you will look as fierce as any warrior in no time! Will you be creating your own dream catcher necklace? If so, what do you plan to use it for? Chasing nightmares away or dressing up an outfit? Let us know in the comments below if you enjoyed this tutorial or if you like any of these costumes.


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DIY Harry Potter Wand for Halloween Witch Costumes

Expecto Patronum! Are you familiar with that magic spell? Some of you may not be and while we do not encourage anyone to practice witchcraft, we can certainly advocate for witches making crafts! Are you considering dressing up as a witch for this year’s Halloween? Broomsticks have long gone out of fashion but that doesn’t mean you can’t accessorize your costume with these elegant yet trendy magic wands. Inspired by the beautiful wands found in Harry Potter, these DIY wands are incredibly fun to make because you can fashion them however you imagine them.  Witch costumes have always been one of the popular go-to choices for Halloween attire and it’s no secret why. Today’s witches are alluring, mysterious and charming. And here at iLoveSexy, while we boast a large collection of witch costumes, we have selected our most spellbinding costumes of the year. So stick around and follow along for our DIY wand tutorial for Halloween witch costumes or any Harry Potter-themed costumes! Who knows? Perhaps you will magically conjure up some ideas for your very own wand!

 DIY Harry Potter Wand - What you will need


What you will need: 

Construction paper
Acrylic paint in any colors of your choice
Hot glue gun
Extra glue sticks (if needed)
Paper towels


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 1

1. Tightly roll a piece of construction paper diagonally, forming the shape of a long, thin cone.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 2

2. For more security and sturdiness, stuff your wand with pieces of paper towel, newspaper or scratch paper. If you have a hard time with pushing the pieces down, use a long and thin object such as a pencil or a chopstick.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 3

3. Using scissors, cut the top and bottom of the wand to make the ends straight across. This step is very important as you will be sealing the ends of the wands with glue.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 4

4. Fill the hollow space on the top and bottom end of the wand with hot glue. Dispense as much as needed and be careful not to burn yourself. Allow the glue to cool before going on to the next step.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 5

5. Begin designing your wand using the hot glue to add various shapes. For this particular wand, we created a thicker handle by gently turning the wand while dispensing a thick layer of glue until we reached the desired length. We stopped at around the quarter-inch mark. To prevent the hot glue from dripping, you can slowly turn the wand as you would see in a rotisserie until the glue is completely dried.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 6

6. We decided to go with a simple swirling pattern going down the wand, below the handle. Slowly dispense the hot glue and twist the wand to the desired shape you wish to achieve. You can also use the end of the glue gun to shape patterns and add designs.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 7

7. Paint a thick layer of acrylic paint to your wand. Don’t worry about being too precise with painting, as the more textured your wand, the more used and rustic it looks.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Step 8

8. After you have finished painting your base color, paint your decorative accents if you wish to add more colors. We recommend using metallic paint such as gold, bronze or silver to paint over the accents.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Finished

And voilà! After a little hocus pocus and a lot of paint, we finally have our Harry Potter wands! Ready for casting spells, this wand is not only great for matching with Halloween costumes but it would also be a hit at Halloween parties and events. Since we had a little extra time and a lot of extra paint, we decided to create an additional wand.


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Finished2

If you are just starting out with making your first Harry Potter wand, you might want to go down the more simple route with a classic spiral design, such as in our green and gold wand. Or if you’re feeling more ambitious or have had some practice with decorating wands, you can try adding ornate designs such as decorative ridges, patterns or even jewels. Doesn’t this bronze wand look like it was used by a great, powerful wizard? The possibilities are endless and you can really buckle down and get creative with this project.  And now that we’re finished with our wands, let’s take a look at some of the eye-catching witch costumes that would go wonderfully with this DIY project!


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Sexy Spellcaster

Sexy Spellcaster


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Starry Night Witch

Starry Night Witch


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Hocus Pocus Hottie

Hocus Pocus Hottie


DIY Harry Potter Wand - Broomstick Babe

Broomstick Babe


Witch costumes never really go out of fashion, because witches have become such an embedded part of Halloween culture. And even though the Harry Potter series ended a couple years ago, dressing up as a witch or a wizard is now more popular than ever. Carrying this Harry Potter wand, as opposed to the typical broomstick, is a modern and creative twist on dressing up as one of Halloween’s most recognizable figures. So tell us, are you a fan of this week’s DIY Harry Potter wand tutorial? Will you be trying this tutorial out at home? Let us know in the comments below if you are considering dressing up as a witch or if you will be trying out the tutorial.

Send us pictures of any of our DIY tutorials that you have created via email at, and we may post it up on our Instagram at @ilovesexycom. As Halloween draws closer, we are continuously thinking of ways to make this year’s Halloween fun, flirty and fabulous! Check back again next week for an all new DIY tutorial.

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Superhero and Villain Costumes Dominate Halloween 2013

2013 has been a major year for superheros in Hollywood. Iron Man 3 kicked off the beginning of May while Man of Steel was this summer’s highly anticipated blockbuster. And it doesn’t just end there. We are all holding our breath in excitement over “Thor: The Dark World” coming out, just after Halloween. With so many superhero movies premiering one right after the other, it’s no surprise that everyone wants to look like a superhero this Halloween. Like Superman, the rise in the popularity of superhero and villain costumes hit us faster than a speeding bullet. Here at iLoveSexy, we carry over thousands of costumes in our collection, with a wide variety of choices in the Superhero and Villain categories. These are our top three suggestions for superhero and villain costumes that will have you asking yourself–who’s side are you on?


Women's American Dream Costume

Women’s American Dream Costume

As the leader of The Avengers, it’s no secret that the captain looks every bit as powerful as she looks fierce. Patriotic, resilient and charismatic, this American Dream costume is all about the stars and stripes. This set includes a dress, boot covers, gloves and an eye mask and is perfect for fighting in the name of freedom, liberty and justice.

Women's Thor Costume

Women’s Thor Costume

Thor, the God of Thunder, is often associated with strength, pride and victory. Our Women’s Thor Costume is perfect for all your Halloween adventures and will have everyone in awe of the power and intensity you yield. This set includes a dress with a detachable cape, glovettes, boot covers and a character headpiece. Add the signature hammer to the mix and you are ready to rule the skies.

4-Piece Cat Girl Costume

4-Piece Cat Girl Costume

And we can’t forget about one of our favorite villainesses here, Catwoman. Reminiscent of Anne Hathaway’s costume in last year’s “The Dark Knight Rises”, our 4-Piece Cat Girl Costume is dark and sleek, with just a hint of mystery. This set includes a zipper front jumpsuit with an open back, a belt, padded gloves and an eye mask for concealing your identity as the feline mistress of disguise.


Superheros may only live in our fantasies but that doesn’t mean you can’t look as fabulous as them!  We hope you enjoyed checking out our top superhero and villain costumes for 2013. Please visit our website at for many more choices. Do you plan to dress up as a superhero or a villain this year? Who do you want to be? Will you be transforming into any of these glorious heroes we’ve listed above? Let us know in the comments below!

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DIY Head Chain for Halloween Gypsy Costumes

Have you ever wanted to see into the future? When we think about fortune telling and reading into our destiny, no one comes to mind quite as often as the enigmatic gypsy.  As cunning as she is crafty, the gypsy is surrounded by mystery and intrigue at all times. She strangely seems to know more about you than you know yourself. And while you don’t have to believe in tarot cards and crystal balls to channel the bohemian spirit of a gypsy, you can certainly look as gorgeous as one. Brace yourself, because we have a special treat for you this week at iLoveSexy’s Blog! Today, we bring to you one of this year’s hottest accessories–the head chain. Head chains have made their way into popular retailers and can go for as much as $30 in stores. Ouch! However, follow along our DIY head chain tutorial, and you can create this gorgeous piece of head jewelry for yourself. And of course, don’t forget to stick around for some weekly costume ideas to get you pumped for Halloween. Alright, let’s get started!


DIY Head Chain - What you will need


What you will need: 

Thin chains (you can buy chains at your local craft store or you can use any necklace chains you may have at home)
Jump rings
Charms, jewels  (optional)
Wire cutters


DIY Head Chain - Step 1

1. Take the chain and measure from the top of your forehead to the middle of the back of your head. This will be the center chain.


DIY Head Chain - Step 2

2. Use your wire cutter to cut the chain according to the required length.


DIY Head Chain - Step 3

3. Take another piece of chain again and measure one piece from the side. Use the middle of your forehead to the middle of the back of your head to gauge the required length. This piece should be loose enough to drape gently from the side. To add a second chain on the side, repeat this step and measure out  a piece that is slightly longer than your first. Taking your short chain and long chain, cut out another two pieces of chain for the other side of your head to match.


DIY Head Chain - Step 4

4. Using your wire cutter, remove any attached jump rings to your charm, if you are using one. Skip this step if you are making a head chain without any charms.


DIY Head Chain - Step 5

5. Before you start putting it together, you want to make sure that you have a short middle chain, two medium length chains and two long chains. After you have completed cutting all the chains and charms you will be using to make this head chain, lay your pieces out in so that you can get an idea of how it is going to look.


DIY Head Chain - Step 6

6. Take your jump rings and use your pliers to open them up.


DIY Head Chain - Step 7

7. Connect your jump ring to one side of the charm. Do not close your jump ring just yet. Repeat this step for the other side.


DIY Head Chain - Step 8

8. Take the two side chains that are going to lay on the side of your head and connect them to the jump ring. Hook the long chain first and then the short chain and repeat for the other side. After you have done this, close the jump rings so that the chains cannot slide out.


DIY Head Chain - Step 9

9. Take another jump ring and connect it to the middle of the charm. Attach your center chain to this jump ring.



10. This is how your head chain should look like so far. Sit tight, you’re almost finished!


DIY Head Chain - Step 10

11. Take one more jump ring and open it with your pliers.  Take your center short chain and hook it to the jump ring first. Then take the medium and long chain for the right side and slip them through the right opening of the jump ring. Repeat this step for the left side and slip the two chains through the left opening.


DIY Head Chain - Step 12

12. Your last jump ring should have a total of 5 chains attached to it. Make sure they are all in the correct order so that when you put it on, all the chains drape gently on your head.


DIY Head Chain - Finished Front  View

And this completes our DIY head chain tutorial! Simple yet chic, this head chain is sure to bring out the bohemian spirit in anyone. Many DIY head chain tutorials we have seen exclude the charm in the middle, and a head chain using only chains looks perfectly fashionable. But we think that adding a centerpiece really helps draw attention to the center of your face and show off the headpiece. Whether you wish to wear this out with any Halloween gypsy costumes or just use it as an accessory for a daytime outfit, this piece is every bit as versatile as it is gorgeous. And best of all, it looks a lot more luxurious than it actually costs to make. But don’t worry, we won’t tell if you won’t.


DIY Head Chain - Finished side view

You can add extra chains, or different kinds embellishments such as pearls, rosary strands or funky stranded necklaces. The possibilities for designing this head chain are endless and we have already seen so many creative ideas. Are you a fan of the classic head chain or do you prefer them more detailed and ornate?


DIY Head Chain - Back View

Doesn’t this look lovely from the back as well? This head chain goes well with generally any hairstyle, whether you wish to leave it sleek and straight or add some voluminous, boho waves.  If you’re thinking of using Halloween as an excuse to don this head chain, then look no further because we are going to show your our favorite picks for this year from our Gypsy collection!

Head Chain - GypsyCostume1

Crystal Ball Gyspy

Head Chain - GypsyCostume2

Gypsy Maiden


Head Chain - GypsyCostume3

Exotic Gypsy

Head Chain - GypsyCostume4

Tarot Card Gypsy


Was this tutorial fun or what? Creating this head chain was so easy and quick that if you have extra time, you can create a whole bunch of these for different occasions or to give away to friends. Will you be trying out this DIY head chain tutorial? How would you like to design your own head chain? Although it’s only September, Halloween season is fast approaching and it’s never too early to start thinking about what you want to be this year. Especially with so many choices, planning for Halloween can be just as fun as going out on the holiday itself. What did you think of these gypsy costumes we have picked? Did any of them catch your eye? Let us know any thoughts, comments or questions in the comment box below. And just a reminder, we will  be putting out weekly Halloween DIY tutorials all the way until Halloween. So check back next week to see what surprises we have in store for you because you won’t want to miss out!

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Hoisery Ideas for Your Scary Halloween Costumes


Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time to think about the costumes, makeup, and accessories for that perfect outfit. Some prefer the sexy and pretty costumes, while some prefer the more true to Halloween aesthetic ones. For those of you who opt to go the more gruesome route, we offer a variety of tights that incorporates blood and gore without the mess. Best of all, they are all priced between $5-15 so there is no need to break the bank to go all out and be ready to scare!


Bloody Zombie Thigh Highs

Taking the classic white thigh highs, these feature a gory blood spatter pattern all over them. Pair them with an already bloody costume for a finishing touch, or pair them with a plain costume that needs a little extra oomph! It’ll look like you just survived a crazy night of chasing zombies or running away from Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees.

Fence Net Thigh Highs With Latex Bleeding Wound Top

Complete with a latex flesh wound, these are truly one a kind. Who needs fancy makeup and complicated prosthetics? All you need are these tights, and you will be set with an easy pair of wounds that will make people look twice. Switch out any of your regular costume fishnet tights for these.


Opaque Thigh Highs With Latex Stapled Wound Backseam

For a more subtle and a little less gruesome look, these happen to be a great choice. Although they look like your average black tights from the front, there is more than meets the eye. The vertical wounds on the back of the legs help elongate the leg line, and they look great with costumes that already have a lot going on.


Frankie Opaque Thigh Highs With Latex Stitch And Bolt Detail 

Last, but not least, are these green thigh highs to go with all your monster costumes or just any green costume that needs a bit more Halloween spirit. These feature stitch wounds and a pair of bolts on each side. Although they are inspired by Frankenstein, these work with witch or prisoner costumes as well.


While these tights aren’t meant for day to day wear, they complement the Halloween season, and allows just about anyone to add that little extra something to their costume. Costumes can get redundant, and what’s even worse is when you run into another person with the same costume. However, if you add your own little touch with these bold and daring tights, you can still stand out, and perhaps even start a conversation over how cool they look. What do you think about these Halloween tights, and how would you pair them? Remember to check out for thousands of costume choices and accessories to make this Halloween one you’ll never forget.

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