Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Top Five Alice in Wonderland Costumes

Disguise Alice in Wonderland Costume
I love the Alice in Wonderland look: it is one of the most iconic Disney protagonist designs, and really brings the character to life. This post is going to be looking at my personal favorite Alice costumes, and I hope that you find one you adore! If you are shopping from the UK or EU, you can find loads of great Alice costumes here.

Before we get started, note that all of these costumes would go very well with this adult Alice in Wonderland wig, as well as these white stockings. It is also wise to pick up a white petticoat in order to give the skirts on these pretty costumes a bit of lift.

Up above is the most standard looking Alice costume, based on the dress worn by Alice in the original Disney movie. It's simple, its cute, its pretty and you can't go wrong with it. Each costume comes with the dress, the hair ribbon and the little matching gloves. There's a few variations that you can get. You can also get another basic Alice dress with a longer hem here, for example.

California Costumes Alice
On the right in a costume based on the costume worn by  Mia Wasikowska in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Its really pretty! Its a more mature and stylized look that does away with the apron, but is still very recognizable as Alice's dress. You can get a short skirted adaptation here that is really attractive.

On the left is yet another pretty short-skirted design without the apron, this time with a sexy cut out that shows off what you've got! I love the checkered pattern and the little bottle and cake detail on the skirt. Its really cute! This one comes with a petticoat, so there is no need to buy one separately, and you also the hair ribbon and some adorable matching gloves.

Alice Costume - Rebel Toons Adult Costume deluxe
California Costumes Women's
Platium Collection
Dark Alice Adult
I've always loved the Rebel Toons series of costumes (check them out, they are very cute!) and now they have added Alice to the series! This shiny, sleek little number is very sexy, and looks incredibly unique. You can also get a matching makeup kit to go with it. 

Last but not least, we have the costume on the right: a snazzy number with an alternative, more gothic color scheme of black and white.  I think the addition of black to the costume really adds style and makes it stand out from the rest, do you? A lot of people recommend getting a size bigger than you'd normally get, as it is a very fitted outfit. If you are going for this cutie, be sure to pick up the matching wig too.

So those are my top five favorite Alice in Wonderland costumes for women. Hope you liked them as much as I did! If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out the rest of my blog for even more fun and cute costume ideas for all occasions. In particular, be sure to check out my top five Mad Hatter costumes, my top five Queen of Hearts costumes, and my guide to cosplaying as the Red Queen

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