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Coolest Blades of Glory Halloween Costumes

by Rachelle
(Fargo, ND, USA)

Homemade Blades of Glory Halloween Costumes

Homemade Blades of Glory Halloween Costumes

These costumes are based off the movie: Blades of Glory.

I took two leotards (male dance uniforms), one in blue and one in skin color. I actually had to dye the skin color one orange to make it a bit closest to the movie. For the fire costume, I got three colors (red, orange and silver) of shiny material and attached them with fabric glue. I used a mesh fabric for the flames under the arms and stretchy sequined material for the headband. The peacock costume was painted with fabric paint and had circled strings of sequined material attached with hot glue. I used "goggley" eyes for the eyes of the peacock on the right hand. I used sequin strings for the decorations around the neck. I attached peacock feathers to the back. Both looks were completed with roller blade shoes.

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Love it
by: Anonymous

Hahaha, love it!

!!!
by: Anonymous

GENIUS!

nice
by: Anonymous

you guys are my idols, that's an amazing costume.

VERY COOL
by: Anonymous

I love it.I wanted my son to buy into doing this last year but he didn't.This was a great costume!

GREAT IDEA
by: Anonymous

THAT WAS TOO FUNNY! GREAT JOB

AWESOME!!
by: Anonymous

i love it!! You did great!!

Yay Bog!
by: Xenafox

Haha these are great! Blades is my favorite movie. I dressed up as Chazz last year in the Flash outfit :)

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Coolest Homemade Blades of Glory Couple Costume 2

by Sean B.
(Glasgow UK)

Homemade Blades of Glory Couple Costume

Homemade Blades of Glory Couple Costume

I bought 2 Lycra suits in white and blue for this Homemade Blades of Glory Couple Costume. I had to dye the white cat suit with orange dye to get it flesh coloured.

I used pre-made sequin appliques which you can buy online or from craft shops, then supplemented those with cut out pieces of sequin fabric. I
used gold and silver glitter spray paint as well. Sewed some curtain hem lining to the arms.

Finishing touches were a couple of wigs with hair bands and some roller blade 'wheelie' shoes.

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