“Take what you can – give nothing back!” Get ready for Halloween with a sexy pirate wench costume!
I’m still feeling the pirate vibe and having heaps of fun hunting, gathering and sewing all sorts of pirate wench outfits together.
I really should get onto the fellas and create some pirates but I am having so much fun with the ladies garb right now! I love the mix of feminine ruffles and lace with rugged leather and pirate swords.
The first costume is using a saloon girl skirt, gypsy scarf and renaissance velvet bodice/vest. I’ve accompanied the skirt with a flouncy white blouse, headscarf, two leather belts, steampunk inspired fingerless gloves, pirate cutlass, black ringlet wig, skull and cross bones necklace with a couple of beaded pirate hairpieces………..phew!
Pirate hair beads!
The pirate hair beads are made by hand from a selection of various beads and coins. We sell these instore or via email – they can be attached to hair, to dreadlocks or to scarves and clothing. They are heaps of fun to make if you have the time and patience!
Pirate wenches always manage to flaunt some racy undergarments. The next costume utilises a gorgeous maroon and black lace bodice with a white cotton undershirt for a bit of modesty!
I’ve also layered a petticoat with a torn overskirt, plus a couple of scarves, leather belt, necklaces, steampunk style gloves and a pirate sword……
Here, a ruffled satin shirt combines with an under bust corset and full ruffled skirt. There is also a leather belt, sword, gloves, scarf headband and necklaces. Pirate wench costumes are easy to create and heaps of fun!
This fun look is easy to put together, not to mention flattering and super-cute! Pirate shows are always great fun. People tend to get naughty when dressed as a ne-er-do-well pirate character! And breaking into pirate lingo is always a great ice-breaker. Time to brush up on your pirate speak and practice your “Arrrrrr!”
Drink up me hearties!