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80s Pac-Man Dress for Women

Pac-Man Video Game Dress Costume for Women
Pac-Man Video Game Dress for Women
If you're looking for an 80s fancy dress costume that is original, quirky and low-cost then one of the many Pac-Man themed dresses featured on this page should fit the bill,

By the way, if you're reading this in the U.S. (around 50% of you will be if the Google stats are correct) then you'll be pleased to know that all of the items featured on this page can be bought at Amazon, too.

Pac-Man Dresses at Amazon.com (U.S.)

Pac-Man, of course, is one of the most recognised and loveable video game characters from the 1980s. When it was released into the arcades by Namco in 1980, the game took the World by storm and became one of the most highest-grossing video games of all time.

The first dress (above) features the highly-recognisable video game screen and is available at one of the UK's longest-running and most trustworthy fancy dress companies, Fancydress.com. At £10.99 (as I write) it's very decently priced and is available as "one size fits most" which is for 8 to 12. It's certainly eye-catching and ideal for 1980s and video game events and parties.

Pac-Man Tank Dress for Women
Pac-Man Tank Dress £10.99
This alternative and cute Pac-Man face tank dress is also available at Fancydress.com for the same price and is officially licensed by Namco. It's available for sizes 8 to 12 and will instantly put a smile on the face of just about anyone who sees it,

Pac-Man and Ghosts Computer Game Dresses for Ladies
Pac-Man Dresses at Amazon UK
As you can see, dresses featuring Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde are also available and these dresses would be perfect for group dress-up, hen nights, Halloween etc.

You may also be interested in these Pac-Man themed leggings...

Pac-Man Leggings (UK)

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