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Apr 22 2015

It could be the beginning of a Country Succubus Costume?

Devil Skirt CostumeI’ve been pondering of late some variations on Succubus costumes. Some of them are things that, in all truth, I’ll have to put together on my own. Others are really very simple, I mean, cheerleader Succubus is not really that difficult to do. The thought came to me about what a “down on the farm” Succubus costume might look like…

This costume could be the start in a way…

This is called the Devil Skirt Costume and it comes with the yellow two-tone mini dress, the spaghetti strap top and red velvet bodice. It doesn’t lace up form the front. The skirt is a tie-dye red & yellow handkerchief style skirt. The tail and horns are included, but the shoes aren’t.

It sells for $20 US, more or less, some sites have it on special for as little as $15.

The tail really bothers me. It almost looks like someone sat on it and flattened it, save for the tail. But setting that aside, but keeping the shoes, because I think they work for the most part, this has kind of a “country” vibe to it I think.

And thinking about it a little further, walking around with a farmer’s pitchfork and this would work for the most part…

I’ll even live with the horns, they do match… sort of… the costume as a whole. But I really wonder what they were thinking with the tail… Other than trying to save a few dollars here and there or making the customer go and buy another tail to get something that looks half decent.

Still, it gives me some ideas which might become something better than this… We’ll have to see won’t we?

Three out of five pitchforks.

It’s a start… I think I can do better…

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    I agree about the top and the bodice, the shoes, the (acceptable) horns, and the (awful) tail. But I would suggest that, rather than the skirt, a pair of “Daisy Duke”-style cut-off shorts, maybe even in red, would work much better. And maybe a straw hat from which one’s horns might poke out . . . maybe . . .

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    *writing down furiously*

    Tera

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