Halloween is a time to act like a kid without getting in trouble for doing that. Every other day of the year, people would look at you strangely if you wore fishnets, a short ‘Miss Muffet’ dress and false eyelashes. At Halloween, that is considered normal.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
Costume rentals and sales are continuing the trend toward a more revealing and sexy nature.
“We are seeing people wanting to be sexier and more flirtatious,” said Rich Williamson President of Pierre’s Costumes in Philadelphia. “Halloween is a time to act like a kid without getting in trouble for doing that. Every other day of the year, people would look at you strangely if you wore fishnets, a short ‘Miss Muffet’ dress and false eyelashes. At Halloween, that is considered normal.”
The most popular Halloween costumes for 2006 are:
- Pirates & Wenches. Sexy female Pirates and rugged “Captain Hook” types.
- Pimps & Ho’s -The tackier the better
- Sexy skimpy costumes of any kind for all shapes and sizes of people.
- Egyptian, Roman and Greek togas, armor, and slave wear.
- Venetian Ball Costumes. Think “Dangerous Liasons & Eyes Wide Shut”.
- Sexy female referees, sexy lady baseball players, and sexy schoolgirl outfits.
- Colonial Ballwear -Elaborate low cut evening wear with elaborate feathered masks.
Pierre’s has introduced a line of sexy outfits and lingerie for larger people. “Larger men & women want to feel sexy and want to look good too,” remarked Williamson. He then laughingly added “Obviously larger people enjoy sex too, or we would be a planet of skinny people.”
About Pierre’s Costumes
Pierre's Costumes was founded in 1943. They have been creating original costumes and mascots for longer than most costume companies. Pierre’s provides costumes to TV, Film, Theatre, Parades, Sports Teams, Parks, and the public. Pierre’s not only rents and sells costumes but also creates on-of-a-kind costumes too. They are located in the historic Old City section of Philadelphia. Company web site: Pierre's Costumes Web Site
Richard Williamson or Marie Giancaterino 215-925-7121