How to make a disco costume?

Disco was a huge hit back in the seventies, and to some degree is still popular in other countries. If you want to dress in a [url=http://costumzee.wpengine.com/tag/disco/]disco costume[/url] this year without buying one we have the steps below to help you.

[b]Things You Need:[/b]

– [url=http://costumzee.wpengine.com/tag/sequin/]Sequin shirt[/url]

– Tight pants

– Styling gel or wig

– Thick gold chain

– Knee high boots or dress shoes

[b]Instructions:[/b]

[b]Step 1:[/b] There is not much to the disco costume that you probably don’t know about. In fact you can get a lot of the costume parts you need at second hand stores. A sequin shirt and tight bell bottom pants are typically the costume for the guys. For women you can have a thigh length sequin dress in gold or silver.

[b]Step 2:[/b] Once you have the outfit you need to add the accessories. The accessories such as a wig or styling gel will help get your hair in place. Afro’s were a huge hit during the disco age and you might want to find this style wig or a long haired wig for the woman’s costume.

[b]Step 3:[/b] Gold jewelry was a very big part of the costume in fact it will help to sell the costume. Men wore large [url=http://costumzee.wpengine.com/tag/gold+chain/]gold chains[/url] around their neck, and many had gold pinky rings. For women gold was also a staple and should be with any disco costume.

[b]Step 4:[/b] The knee high boots finish off the sequin dress, while the dress shoes go well with the bell bottom pants.

By following these steps you can have a disco kid or family for a bargain, especially if you still have some of your old clothes. Several [url=http://costumzee.wpengine.com/tag/70s/]70’s clothing[/url] are making their way back onto the market as well so you might just have something in your closet that works

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