Jul 23 2014

Where’s the inferno in this costume anyway?

Inferno CostumeInferno is a word that, for obvious reasons, is connected with Succubi on occasion. As well, having that word connected to a costume would make me expect something as well…

But does this costume have it?

This is called the Inferno Costume, and it comes with the halter dress and skirt, horns and the pitchfork the model is holding. Shoes are not included and it sells for $75 US, but is can be found for less than $50 US.

Well, obviously the pitchfork is the one I hate, so I’ll get past that and to the horns. Really lousy to be honest, they don’t match the dress though they seem to match the pitchfork so, again, lousy.

I don’t mind the dress all that much, though I find myself hard pressed to see anything infernoish in it really. Again this is an example of pseudo-flames as a hem for the dress and I feel it cheapens the look quite a lot.

Setting aside my dislike for that one part of the costume, I actually might think about wearing it if there wasn’t much else to choose from. That’s not a huge endorsement, but really it’s not meant to be one.

I’ll give this two and a half pitchforks out of five.

There is better, there is worse, but I think that average really describes this costume best…




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    As I recall, Your Majesty, the scientists of your Realm identified a disease whose symptoms included sparkly horns.

    Setting that aside for now, this model is clearly capable of igniting an inferno, and I think she is making her best effort. It is the dress itself that seems to be a fire extinguisher. Could there be some order of celibate succubi? This, I believe, might be their attire.

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    It’s not the worst thing that I’ve ever seen committed to cloth. That being said, mediocrity can be more damning than total incompetence. At least you can have fun insulting the latter.

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    *shivers a bit*


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