This costume needs some help…

Lingerie Sexy Devil CostumeAnother one of those costumes this week that the first thought that came to me was… why?

I think this is an example of all of the worst things that I have found in Succubus costumes… But we’ll get to that soon enough.

This is called the Lingerie Sexy Devil Costume and it comes with the top which has that decoration on the front of it, the bottoms and the horns. The whip and shoes are not included and it sells for $50 US.

There is a lot not to like about the costume itself. The horns are lousy, they don’t ever really look like horns. The costume itself looks like nothing special as well. In fact, take away the horns and all that’s left might be a cheerleader costume or something similar.

As well, as an aside, the model really doesn’t look at all thrilled about wearing it, which is not a good thing, the pose she has is awful as well. I don’t understand why she’s holding a whip either, but it’s probably something to do with this being more lingerie than costume and so I suppose that it’s playing to a fantasy or two somewhere…

But not to me.

Zero pitchforks out of five.

It will take some time to get this one out of my memory I think…




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    • James on March 5, 2014 at 10:36 am

    So it is really ugly lingerie with ugly horns. Even devils (whom we have established to have far poorer dress sense than succubi) wouldn’t have any use for this.

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    • Derek Lot on March 5, 2014 at 2:07 pm

    There’s no helping this one, Mistress. Someone needs to pull the plug and put it out of our misery.

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    • Pocong on March 6, 2014 at 1:16 am

    The 80’s were a special time for America. Our finances were high, as were the businessmen who managed them. Michael Jackson reigned supreme as the king of pop with nary a soul aware that he was slowly becoming a Lich. Robots and ninjas had been domesticated and could be trusted with the lives of children.Times were good and the confidence of the nation was reflected in the confidence of it’s Martial Artists, who proudly declared themselves champions of the world and began challenging other countries to prove it.

    In 1988 undefeated American Kickboxing champion Rick Roufus met Muay Thai stylist Changpuek Kiatsongrit in a match. What was supposed to be just another promotional match for Rick Roufus quickly turned into a nightmare as Kiatsongrit shredded both Roufus’ legs and America’s hopes and dreams to pieces. Roufus had to be carried out of the stadium in a stretcher and his legs never fully healed from the fight.

    Kiatsongrit did more then KO Rick Roufus that night, he KO’d all of American Kickboxing. Nak Muays poured out of Thailand onto the international scene and kickboxers who had once gone undefeated found themselves losing multiple matches to fighters a full weight class below them. By the mid-90’s American Kickboxing was essentially dead.

    This outfit is a lot like that match. A clusterfuck of terrible ideas smashed together by people who have a shit-ton of confidence (and possibly cocaine) but lack the experience and common sense to back it up. Disasters like these are fairly rare, but that’s a cold comfort to the people that have to suffer through them. You have all of my sympathy for having to review this thing, Mistress. May it never darken your doorstep again.

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    • TeraS on April 22, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    I think they do this… actually I don’t know why they do…


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