May 09 2012

Lady Lucifer as a costume, isn’t…

It strikes me that when you call someone a “Lady” you would expect some kind of class in them… Therefore, if a costume uses that word, shouldn’t it be classy?

Not in this case.

Lady Lucifer CostumeThis… thing… is called Lady Lucifer and comes with a knit dress that has attached wings, a sparkle belt with attached tail, a pair of horns and a pitchfork. Boots not included.

This sells for $75, but you can find it on the web for around $50…

It’s not even worth that honestly.

I’d call this trashy, but then I might be giving it a compliment really… The wings are silly, the tail is ugly. I mean, sparkly tail?

Someone is confusing things a lot I think with that idea…

The dress is not in the slightest sexy, it’s ugly, the collar is ridiculous, the belt is so 70s it’s not funny, and the frills on the shoulders?


Overall, it is a prime example of costumes being reused I think with different accessories as I can recall seeing a similar witch costume in my searches of costumes…

There isn’t any means to make this better that I can see, and really I wouldn’t buy this anyway…

Trashy, silly, and just hopeless…

A quarter pitchfork out of five.

Leave this on the shelf and keep looking…




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    Sparkly tail could be the symptom of some rare succubi virus that makes them lose their fashion sense, followed by their common sense . . . I sense a story . . .

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    Despise all the mockery as they won’t know what a true succubus is!

    I cannot begin how you could fail to show a succubi costume while going at it, and instead get a crappy porn as a result…

    Hugs and Kisses Alectra

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    *tail swisch*


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    I have extremely high standards my dear…

    Someday I’ll share that with everyone…


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