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  • Halloween Costume Ideas

    Fun Halloween Costume Ideas Halloween is a great time to allow your creativity to take over and truly be inspired. Long gone are the days when Halloween focused on ghosts and ghouls, these days, Halloween is all about being creative. Year after year, Neil Patrick Harrison, and his adorable family blow the minds of people across the world with their creative family costumes. Fortunately, you don’t have to be rich and famous to have fun with your costumes; it just takes a little imagination. The following are some characters from the big screen will make great costumes for Halloween. Dress as an Oompa Loompa If you are like most people, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was one of your favorite movies growing up. You may have longed for a day when…

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  • Halloween Costumes Speech

    Are you looking for the easiest decades to dress up as best Halloween costumes? Halloween is just around the corner and yet, look at you, panicking over your costume. Keep calm and let us do the rest of the worries about your party costume. We hate to break it to you but dressing up as a little sexy pumpkin or a seductive nurse is so overrated. If you don't want eyes rolling at you, why not consider the costumes of the decades instead? It can be any of the fashion trends through 20's, 30's,…

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  • Theme Of Costumes In A Raisin In The Sun

    A Raisin in the Sun tells the story of an African American family called the Younger’s who are living on the South Side of Chicago during the 1950’s. When designing the costumes for A Raisin in the Sun careful consideration must be taken in order to make sure that the costumes fit the time period. The choice of costumes is very important for the performance of the play because costumes can indicate a character’s sex, occupation, status, position, flamboyance/modesty and degree of independence.…

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  • Process Essay: How To Enjoy Halloween

    injuries and deaths that all occur on this day because people don’t take extra precaution. Step 3: Budget The best things in life are free but that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge yourself for a special occasion. Budgeting for you night plays a huge role in your plans. You can’t go to a bar with only ten dollars in pocket but you don’t need to spend two hundred dollars for your time at home. Costumes (See step 4) can be a large expense along with meals and drinks so take the effort to save money…

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  • Halloween Costume

    Wear Glasses? Halloween Costume Ideas for Children and Adults Halloween is coming up and while dressing up is fun, some people feel like their glasses take away from their costume. Not every character wears glasses, so many get frustrated and self-conscious because they feel like they will not look “right” in their costume. In a child’s eye what vampire or witch wears corrective lenses! Not everyone can wear contact lenses, being a child or not having the money to afford a pair can hinder your…

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  • The Green Goblin: Peter Parker Or Spider Man Dead?

    human powers. I believe it would be a lot of hard work, dedication, and a lot of responsibility. Think about this, you would have two lives to live as a completely different person. You would have to keep up good grades, make some money to live on, support your family in one life, then save people, fight crime, and kill villains in the other life. It would be way to overwhelming for me.      To fight crime, Peter needs a costume and a mask of some sort to hide his…

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  • Costumes Of Macbeth

    In the play Macbeth there were quite a few characters, but the main ones were Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, and the three witches. Macbeth wore one of the craziest costumes in this play. One of his pant legs was purple and he wore a matching purple jacket. He looked like he was wearing a mixture of 80’s clothes and something out of a Disney villains movie. Lady Macbeth wore three outfits during the play. A really cute dress with a hood to go with the witches outfits, another dress that I don't really…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Family's Puppet

    I’m Nobody’s Puppet My parents had no problem changing the strings, makeup, and costumes whenever they forced me to dance as their puppet to entertain their audience. I had to be quiet and let them lead, smiling, speaking, and laughing on cue. They even strung the corners of my lips, stretching them wide and painful, censoring my emotions. I had two appearances in my puppeteer form: one as the perfect serene Indonesian Muslim, and the other a humble Peruvian Catholic. My parents were both…

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  • Prizm Case Study

    The picture I placed to the right is an example of one of the costumes that was on display in the store. There were nearby signs all around the store that served as a reminder that Halloween is approaching and majority of the signs had children on it themselves, for example, the costume in the picture on the right has a child who is wearing a Star Wars costume. The costumes in the store were geared towards children and marketers knew that the signs would grab attention by being surrounded by…

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  • Glass Menagerie Essay

    idea of taking a more liberal approach to the costume designs. She also wanted to put a modern spin on all aspects of the show (costuming included). In order to dress Amanda in a way that would fit this vision, I made her clothes classy, elegant, and a tad revealing, albeit cheaply made. All of her outfits are the less expensive knockoffs of upper class clothes. I drew inspiration from old Hollywood dresses, and then found pictures of what appears to be cheaper made versions. In the play, it is…

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