Find the Wackiest Kostumers for Halloween
The attire of a person conveys a lot. It speaks for the person. There's a saying as, "It's not the clothes that makes the man but the man that makes the
clothes." The dress is the mirror image of the personality. Beauty can be enhanced as well as spoiled with the attire. Clothes can add to the looks of a
person but the same clothes, if wrongly chosen can also deteriorate the looks of the very person. In the modern world, we are lucky to have thousands
of different types and designs of clothes for our every mood. Modern clothes are not just limited to a certain country or ethnicity, but what we like to
wear in the modern world incorporates cultures and subcultures from across the world. But what was that before us? What did the people in the past
used to wear? Let's have a look.
Kostumers have been around since the birth of civilization, then it was ceremonial attire that people had to wear on religious festivals. The outfit
included masks, headdresses, and elaborated jewelry. Then came the custom of wearing special type of clothes for theatres. Theatres were a source
of entertainment that came from religious festivals. Initially they were just religious plays. In those days, people would make their own outfits, to portray
themselves as someone they were not. Afterwards, in the medieval era, clothing was deeply influenced by Roman clothing and the trend continued for
a long time. In the 13th century, after the crusades, fashion came into being with elegant dressing followed by tailoring in the next century. The
Elizabethan attire was stiff and starched whereas the 17th century clothing was much softer. The succeeding century saw the rise of Paris becoming
the fashion hub of the world.
Halloween is a time when people can don kostumers of all sizes, shapes, and colours. Make your Halloween the best ever with matching accessories
with your kostumer. Accessories truly complement the outfit. It's the time to dress up. You can dress up as a witch, a goblin or a vampire. Children