Dec 11 2013

Rowdy does not mean ripped in a costume

Once again, I found a costume that I do not think much of that has a name that makes no sense for what it looks like. It is starting to become a theme in the costumes I have found and that’s a real problem. Perhaps more time need be spent on designing the costume than deciding on a name?

Just saying.

Rowdy Devil Woman Costume

This is called the Rowdy Devil Halloween Costume, and it comes with the shredded wings, the top, and the slacks. It also includes the horns, which is a surprise really.Shoes are not included.

The costume sells for $75.

It bothers me that the idea of sexy means that what you are wearing has to have tears in it. I don’t quite follow that train of logic for a lot of reasons. The main one in this case being that if the costume wasn’t torn up, I think that it wouldn’t be all that awful a thing to wear at the door for Halloween.

I am, yes, being generous with that statement I know.

I like that the horns seem to match the outfit, so it has that going for it. Otherwise… It’s kind of hard to say that I honestly like anything else here.

Still, take away the wings, clean up the lousy hem on the top, which would show more better, and it could be a nicer costume with not a lot of effort…

The question is, would the effort be worth it in the end? On that question I can’t say for sure, but I find myself doubting that a lot…

Two and a half pitchforks out of five.

There is better, there is worse, but this isn’t a total waste.




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    I still think Your Majesty might do better buying a simple midriff-baring top and a pair of flared slacks and adding a tail, but that is just me . . .

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    It might just be the bell-bottoms, but I get a real 60’s to 70’s vibe from this outfit. The shredding really adds to that feel too. It kinda looks like she just got done fighting her way out of a bathroom like a member of the Warriors.

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    Probably my heart… Probably…


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