Womens Harlequin Costume
- 95% polyester/ 5% elastane
- Pullover dress Velcros at the neck in front
- Eye mask w/ elastic band
- Foam hat w/ bells attached; elastic tabs on hat to secure it
The major players in Gotham like their looks, no doubt. Styles always at least have some signature trace over the decades, though, they’re as real as anyone when it comes to the need for a periodic fashion makeover. Gets to the point that you can pretty easily spot when an event is occurring just based on some of that nuanced clothing. Of course, with the… mental condition of many of the Arkham residents, can anyone really ever claim to know anything about them?
The lass who might have the greatest chance of pinning down what makes an Arkham Archvillain tick would be the lady who was putting the Joker’s brain in the shrinker to start. Dr. Harley Quinn, of course, the brilliant psycho-therapist who worked to understand the underpinnings of how the notorious Joker worked came close. But, as they say, when you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares right back. And that’s precisely how Dr. Quinn became the harlequin-themed sidekick and lover of the ruthless practical Joker.
The most important question, next, is which Harley are you ready to become? We might suggest this Women’s Harlequin costume including a black and red diamond accented pullover dress with ruffled white trim at your wrists. Don the foam jester style hat and flick back your head to jingle those bells. Don’t forget the black eye mask and you’ll transform into the perfect matching pair for the iconic Mr. J, himself. Just remember, even if he thinks you’re the sidekick, you’re the one everyone turns up to listen to! Further accessorize with a bouncing Harley Wig or a pair of any of her signature shoes and you’ll be dancing with glee.
|Small||Chest||28" - 30"||71cm - 76cm|
|Medium||Chest||30" - 32"||76cm - 81cm|
|Large||Chest||32" - 34"||81cm - 86cm|
|X-Large||Chest||34" - 36"||86cm - 91cm|
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