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Where's Wally and Wenda Fancy Dress Costumes

Men's Where's Wally Costume
Men's Where's Wally Costume
Where's Wally Outfit for Men
Where's Wally Full Costume
We all remember the original Where's Wally books don't we? Maybe you don't, but they were first launched in 1987, and in North America are known as Where's Waldo? They were created by the children's author and illustrator Martin Handford. Whether you're male or female, if you're stuck for a good 80s fancy dress costume idea, then how about dressing-up as the legendary Wally or his girlfriend Wenda? This is also a great idea for couples dress-up.

The cheapest Where's Wally Fancy Dress option is the half costume as featured above, which includes the red and whire striped T-shirt, bobble hat and round glasses. Please note that the walking cane is not included. The costume comes in three sizes; medium, large or extra large. Where with blue chinos or jeans.

The second costume comes with the blue trousers, although obviously is going to cost more. Also be aware that trousers included with fancy dress costumes can often be ill-fitting, as you cannot choose the exact sizing.

Budget Where's Wally Costume
Best Value Where's Wally Outfit

If you're on a tight budget or you need to buy costumes for a group, then the option above is for you. It's available from Paper Umbrella at Amazon, and is excellent value.

I've hand-picked the best-rated costumes for women above. Both are available on Amazon, and the first option is, by far, the best value as I write. You can also choose from six options allowing you to choose which accessories you would like to include, which is useful if you're on a tight budget.

However, you may prefer the longer pencil skirt in the second costume.

You can view many more 80s fancy dress ideas at my website Simplyeighties.com.


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