Adult Wicked Witch of the West Costume
- Dress with attached cape
- 100% Polyester
- Long black dress with a green foam collar
- Puffy shoulders with green trim to match the trim along the waist
- Green cape attached to the back of the dress
- Sparkly green Wicked Witch with flying monkeys printed on the bottom of the dress
- Classic black pointed witch hat
We’re often offered simple characters who represent “good” and “evil;” but in life we humans are just a tad more complex. We consider ourselves to be pretty good folks, over here, but you know what word we just can’t stop saying? Wicked. Go ahead, say it to yourself, out loud. Wicked. Don’t you just love the way it sounds?
While we know in life it’s much better to be good than evil (thanks, moral compass!), playing dress up inspires us to embrace our dark and playful sides, too. So, say it again: Wicked. Wicked. Wicked. Now yell it! Doesn’t it inspire a little mischief, a little tomfoolery, a little pep in your step? Who better to show you how to walk the wicked walk than Oz’s own bad girl? You can embody her fearsome persona without turning in your “good human” card in this authentic Wicked Witch of the West costume—sure to delight with nostalgic fright at any party. Once you’ve donned this getup it’s time to practice your lines, so repeat after us: I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too! Wow—that sent shivers up our spines. You’re getting good at this whole up-to-no-good gig.
For final effect, pair this puff-shouldered dress and pointy hat with your favorite pal dressed as Dorothy. You can amuse other partygoers by chasing her around on a broomstick all night as you whoosh your green and black cape—printed with flying monkeys—through the air. It’s all fun and games so you can cackle to your heart’s content; just make sure to avoid the pail of water that may be coming your way. Now doesn’t it feel good to let your wicked flag fly, even if only for a night? We thought so!
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