Men's Plus Size Modern Warlock Costume
- Vest Front
- Hooded Jacket
- Men's Plus Size Modern Warlock Costume
- 100% polyester pique, metallic knit, and faux suede
- Metallic knit dickey has mock-turtleneck collar, fits over head
- Pique vest front has ribbon waist ties, hook & loop fastener at back of neck band
- Vest front has metallic knit piping, decorative silver-tone metal studs
- Faux suede jacket has geometric metallic brocade ribbon trim
In this world of technological achievement, you might find yourself wondering what good magic is when tech helps us with every little thing? Riding in a first-class jet is sure to be more comfortable than riding through the freezing night air on a knobby broom stick. But here's the thing, as technology has advanced so have the abilities of the people in the Wizarding World.
For a while there, magic hadn't changed much since the middle ages. Potions used wormwood and unicorn hair. Brooms were made of elm and ash. But the truth is. As non-magic people developed mining and chemistry skills the magical realm was benefitting from our advancement. Carbon telescoping broomsticks made transporting a broom easier and lighter than ever. Potions grew easier and cheaper to produce with the onslaught of human made extracts and supplements on the market. Need eye of Newt? There's no need to go hunting in your neighborhood ditch, simply supplement it with two fish oil tablets and voila! Not only will your neighborhood Newt thank you but your laboratory won't have that troublesome swampy odor once the potion is complete.
So, as much as we might scoff at superstition these days, wizardry is more important than ever! Wear your magical look with pride in these dapper modern warlock robes. The cloak's curved hemline dusts the floor with a silver braided edging. You'll feel intimidating with the faux leather details on the chest and a large hood that's perfect for shading your eyes when you're skulking around somewhere you shouldn't be. Just be careful with that telescoping broomstick, they haven't ironed all the kinks out of the design quite yet.