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Flapper Girl 2014 Style (Halloween)

Friday, October 31st, 2014

VOTE FOR MY COSTUME HERE (by “liking” it)! I’m contestant #10.

When deciding what to be for Halloween every year, it always depends on several things: Can I walk in it? How much time is necessary to make it? How much will it cost?

With those things in mind, I decided to be a 1920’s Flapper Girl this year. When shopping for material at my beloved SAS Fabrics store in Tucson, Arizona, I couldn’t find any solid colored stretch fabrics that really called to me. Suddenly, one flower print did. Using the print as my base, I bought three coordinating fringes (of the same lengths) and three wire butterflies. While not 1920’s authentic, I love the result! [P.S. Do you recognize the print fabric? It’s the same fabric that I used for my mom’s birthday dress. That dress used my Halloween leftovers!]

Being vegan, I didn’t want to use real feathers in the headpiece, so I found some cool wire butterflies that I absolutely adored! They even match my fringe!

What do you think? What has been your favorite Halloween costume? I’d love to see your photos, too! Feel free to post them on my Teagan’s Creations Facebook fan page!

VOTE FOR MY COSTUME HERE (by “liking” it)! I’m contestant #10.

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