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Miss Edward Scissorhands Costume for Women

Miss Edward Scissorhands Costume
Miss Edward Scissorhands Costume
As I write, the weather has a distinctly Autumnal feel and look to it. This has got me in the mood for one of my favourite times of the year, Halloween, I find it incredible just how many people still leave it until just days before the big night before deciding to order their costume. That's a huge risk, and by ordering many weeks in advance you can make sure you have the right size and that you actually will feel comfortable wearing your outfit.

One costume that can be used for both Halloween and 80s themed parties and events. is this fabulous and complete, gothic themed Miss Edward Scissorhands outfit. I say complete, because unlike many fancy dress costume it includes the wig. You will also receive the dress, sleevelets, gloves with attached scissor hands, choker and a belt. The costume looks pretty awesome, and you're certainly going to make heads turn when you go out in it.





There are plenty of suppliers at both Amazon.com and UK selling the outfit, but the cheapest one is Rubies who provide it in a full range of sizes. I have added the two links above. However, if you want to see all of the suppliers for yourself then you can use the two links below.

See All Miss Edward Scissorhands Costumes at Amazon.com
See All Miss Edward Scissorhands Costumes at Amazon.co.uk

For the very lowest price then it's well worth checking ebay. I've added a live UK feed below which includes only top-rated suppliers and lists costumes in price order from low to high. If you're from the U.S. then use this link...


Miss Edward Scissorhands Costumes at ebay U.S.

You will find many more costume ideas for women (with a 1980s theme) at my website Simplyeighties.com.

80s Costume Ideas for Women UK

80s Costume Ideas for Women U.S.

Whatever you decide to wear, have fun! Sara.

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