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Party City Of Charlotte Halloween Headquarters
(704) 597-1480
8215 University City Blvd Ste E
Charlotte, NC
 
Carolina Party Rental
(704) 331-0097
1735 Mecklenburg Ave
Charlotte, NC
 
All Star Equipment Rentals
(704) 552-0220
7025 South Blvd
Charlotte, NC
 
Morris Costumes Retail
(704) 333-4653
4300 Monroe Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Pins & Needles Alterations
(336) 926-2080
163 Stratford Ct, Suite 260
Winston-Salem, NC
 
Morris Costumes Retail
(704) 333-4653
4300 Monroe Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Party Rentals Plus
(704) 636-0788
1819 South Main St.
Salisbury, NC
 
Party Rentals Plus
(704) 636-0788
1819 South Main St.
Salisbury, NC
 
Party City Of Charlotte Halloween Headquarters
(704) 597-1480
8215 University City Blvd Ste E
Charlotte, NC
 
Carolina Party Rental
(704) 331-0097
1735 Mecklenburg Ave
Charlotte, NC
 

Pirate costume ideas for hipsters

Hey there!

First off, I’m one of painfullyhip’s avid readers! Keep up the good job! But in any case, I’m just needing fashion inspirations from the two of you when it comes to a pirate theme party. That perhaps can also involve easy DIYs. And for shoes, what do you think will be appropriate especially if I’m living in a hot sunny weather country? Eg; gladiators/ankleboots? Any ideas? Thanks a whole lot! =D

Love, Lis.

Arrrrrrr-righty then, Lis. I’m assuming you’re looking for Pirate costume suggestions, rather than the Pirate Wench variety? Because frankly? I think the concept of the bosom-laden, voluminous skirt-afflicted Pirate Wench was made up by Disney or Hallmark. Besides, androgyny is HOT.

Ruffled-front poet’s blouse (translation: “puffy shirt” for anyone who was born before 1986): find one at a thrift store. If it’s burning hot, try converting it into a halter blouse by cutting around the collar and over the shoulders, opening up the back.

Fitted vests : worn over ruffled top with fitted trousers, preferably…

Striped trousers, knickers with buttons or harem capris : I’ve seen striped skinny pants at Hot Topic and lots of cute cropped knickers at Target and Walmart… or sew a cinched and buttoned hem onto some cropped pants. Tie a long scarf around your hips to finish it off.

Hair wear : Wear a long scarf tied low around your forehead, trailing down in back, Keith Ri...

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