Tinkerbell Costume

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A Tinkerbell costume has traditionally been a popular choice of fancy dress outfit. Based on the fairy character from J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan stories, Tinkerbell costumes usually consist of a green dress and simple green shoes. Some costumes also include fairy wings and a magic wand.

Tinker Bell is a good subject for a costume for a number of reasons. Firstly, Tinkerbell is a well-loved character. Everyone's seen an image of the fairy, or heard the stories or watched the Disney version, or seen Julia Roberts bring her to life in Hook. Because of this, if you attend a costume party dressed as Tinkerbell, the subject of your outfit will be easily recognizable. People will know who you've come as, and this is a really important factor when choosing a costume. (There's nothing worse than people asking who you're meant to be).

Secondly, a Tinkerbell costume can be adapted to suit any style of party, If you are attending an adults only party, then the fairy suit can be made to look sexy (with a short green dress), if it is for a children's party then the same subject matter can be manufactured in a more appropriate and conservative manner, producing a cute fairy outfit.

Thirdly, there are lots of ready-made Tinkerbell fancy dress costumes available on the market. If you don't want to make the costume yourself, you will easily be able to find an outfit to suit you by either visiting your local costume store or by searching online. Yet, if you want to go the DIY route and make the costume yourself, you will find that Tinkerbell fancy dress is easy to achieve without too much trouble.

Whether you are an adult attending a Halloween party or a child going to a school event, a Tinkerbell costume will be a good choice of fancy dress outfit.

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This article was published on 2010/03/30