Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Vampire Fashion Costume Introduction
Twilight vampires: this Vampre costume has a style all their own that deviates from the damp, gothic catacombs of Dracula or Lestat. Learn how to create this sparkly modern wonder.
The Gothic Undead: This costume is suitable for boy. Since goth is a style all it's own, it is easy to find these parts to your gothic vampire costume. However, you could save some money with these gothic looks you can make at home: make a corset top; make a pair of fingerless glooves; prepare a pair of alternative combat.
A Classy Victorian Vamp: The lofty and sophisticated vampires of lace and leather are a standard approach to a blood-sucking persona. One way to accomplish this look without spending a lot of cash is to hit your local thrift store with old-fashioned touches in mind.
Thrift Store Finds: Pick up a pair of boots or dark heels at the thrift store, but don't waste your time looking for the right puffy shirt and period-style hat. Guys, try to find an old suit that comes close in fit.
For a cheap ladies costume, you can make many elements that are expensive in stores. Make your own corset top and long skirt with these simple tutorials.
Traditonal Dracula: For ladies: creat a corset top, to wear with a white dress shirt. Wear a dark skirt, long or short. A pair of boots or heels will both work with this look. Make a long hooded cap and style your hair in a neatly polished look. For guys: Wear a white shirt with a vest. Red and black work best for Dracula vest colors. The small tie at Dracula's neck can be imitated with a simple piece of black ribbon tied under the collar. Wear a pair of dress pants and nice shoes. Don't forget to slick back your hair and add a small 'widows peak' at the middle of the hairline with a bit of dark makeup that matches your hair color.