Friday, January 23, 2015

Medieval Costume Review

I'm so excited to share with you what we received in the mail today!  Funny Bunny couldn't wait to try it on!  It's a Medieval Costume from Costume Supercenter.

We chose a size large and it fits perfectly.  The gown is a navy blue crushed velvet and stops over her feet right above the ground.  It has gold ric-rac trim and a swirling gold foil design on the top and sleeves.  It comes with a matching headpiece with a sheer black veil in the back.

I personally feel like it is made very well and can be worn over and over again. It is not flimsy like some costumes we have seen at local retail stores.

We are currently studying the Medieval time period so it fits perfectly with our studies, and I think Funny Bunny will be wearing it at the next local Homeschool Living Wax Museum.  It would also be fun to wear to something like the Florida Renaissance Festival.

It was easy to place my order on Costume Supercenter and shipping was quick.  We received the costume within a week.  This Girl's Court Lady Costume is normally just $29.97, so very affordable.

Thoughts of an 11-Year Old:  I love the Girl's Court Lady Costume! It's velvet, so it's really comfy; it also has a neat headpiece with a tulle sort of veil. It really looks like something from the Renaissance, which also happens to be my favorite time period in history.

Speaking of history, every year we have a Homeschool Living Wax Museum, where you dress up like a famous character or a person from a certain time period, and give a speech about your topic. Last year my friend and I were two girls from the Great Depression, and I think this year it would be very fun to do a Renaissance theme with her!

I really loved the Girl's Court Lady Costume! It's flowy, it's comfortable, it's cute! And it also may be my next Halloween costume too, we'll see. :)

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