Womens Ghost Costume
Orange may be the new black, but for the spirit realm, gray is where it's at. For the last several centuries, ghosts and demons alike have preferred the traditional slimming and classically frightening black for their otherworldly garb. Not only does it hide zombie guts and blood splatter from messy vampire attacks, but it is extremely effective at helping to scare pesky peasants. Plus, black allows one to hide in the shadows located in dark corners of poorly lit rooms, at the top of the stairs, and even at the edge of an ominous forest.Yet, up and coming phantoms and the recently undead are eschewing the traditional black in favor of the much more flattering gray, which complements pale, bloodless skin better. Gray also hides cobwebs well and anyone who has every spent the night in a coffin knows that spiders leave cobwebs everywhere. Plus, you may have been a 'summer' in life but, in the afterlife, everyone's color palette is death. Your rotting green flesh is best accentuated by this new color trend.Embrace this new look with an ankle length dress featuring a tattered hemline and a trendy capelet. It offers just the right combination of glamour and gloom that well-dressed spirits love. Plus, the veiled hat and glovelets allow you to bring a certain amount of sophistication to your hauntings.