I cut it a bit short on my last post about All The Days That Need Costumes.
I got throughout the whole year…
I touched on all the holidays that the average person was aware that people were dressing up for and needing costumes. In this blog post, I’ll take you through some of the lesser known holidays that people come to me in need of costumes.
In January on Martin Luther King Day we do get some people coming in and looking for those signature black suit and classes that Dr. King wore.
Chinese new year is a big one for us. It is tradition that you buy a new costume and dress up and adorn yourself.
Costumes should fit the mood of the event and be creative.
In February, there’s Mardi Gras.
Maybe I should’ve mentioned it in my first post. You definitely need a costume for this even.
Costumes can be pretty lavish, think Vegas! Also lots of beaded necklaces.
The more the better. Crazy hats, dressing up as a king, masquerade masks, and feather boas are all part of the costumes on Mardi Gras.
Diwali is another exceptionally fun holiday to dress up for. This holiday requires the brightest Indian garb you can find. These bright colors reflect the joy of the holiday.
Thanksgiving is a time where I see some people in need of a turkey costume, pilgrims outfits, and sometimes Native American wear.
New Year’s Eve!!! This is getting more and more popular to dress up for. I’ve seen a rise in themed parties for New Year requiring guests to dress for the occasion. Also many people may just want a fun costume to go out downtown.
Lots of clubs like their patrons to dress up and help get people in the door. It may help you stand out in the crowd and get into the hard to get into clubs.
Cheers to dressing up for all these fun holidays!!
PS. On a bit of a side note you can put some what of a permanent costume on your car by getting your windows tinted… I thought of mentioning that because I just got window tinting for my car and it really changes the look of it.