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Aug 10 2011

This isn’t what a Succubus would wear to Vegas…

Sometimes the name of a costume doesn’t make a lot of sense. Other times a place is used that has, in the barest way, some connection to the costume in theme or something similar.

But in this case, I can’t see where that connection is to be honest…

Demonica Diva CostumeThis costume is called the Demonica Diva Vegas Costume, the Vegas part of that is where I have problems, but I suppose that if you are looking for gaudy and flashy like some of the Vegas shows and girls, then it does make some sense then…

The costume comes with the leopard print gown with flaming collar, capelet, glovelets and horns, but does not include the wig or the shoes in the picture here.

It sells for about $50 US.

It’s… just so gaudy isn’t it?

I hate the leopard print, the tassels are ugly, the collar is so wrong, and with that wig…

It just doesn’t work at all and I’m not even to the point of mentioning that the costume doesn’t have a tail either…

I think that it almost looks as if they took a Dragon Lady costume and rebranded it. The look of this does seem to match some other similar designs from this manufacturer so… This might just be a way to get rid of some stock or something like that…

Giving this a zero pitchforks out of five.

And I’m really trying to find something better for next time…

 

Tera

3 comments

  1. avatar
    Derek

    I guess your streak of finding halfway decent Succubi costumes has come to a screeching halt. *snugs*

  2. avatar
    James

    This is not a succubus . . . this is Demonica Diva, whoever the Hell (quite literally, it seems) that is.

    A succubus, I suspect, would not change her attire just for Vegas.

    A succubi would probably wear something elegant and understated, until she required something else.

    Or she might wear nothing at all . . .

  3. avatar
    TeraS

    Lil bit?

    Tera

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