‘Fangtastic’ Halloween costume tendencies on the costume retailer in Kelowna, BC – Okanagan

The countdown to Halloween is on and finding the right costume is crucial considering this is our second pandemic Halloween. After lockdowns and restrictions, costumes are in great demand.

“Trends are ‘creepy,'” said Kerri Brandel in a Calowna costume.

“Children come and say, ‘I want to be scary,’ so we try to make them as scary as possible. [turning them into] Scarecrows, devils, mummies … that was really cool.

“Superheroes for kids are amazing, they love their superheroes, Paw Patrol…. Adults are just so free this year and they just say, ‘We just want to dress up. What are you so cool? ‘ So we’re only renting out this way. “

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This year people let their creativity run free. At Calowna Costume they pick up your idea and turn up the volume with special effects, wigs and styling aids.

“Most people come into my shop and show me a photo and say, ‘I want to be this, how do I do it’ and then you just start with the basics and work your way down to the details,” said Laura McKenzie, saleswoman from Calona costume.

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“I’m going to take their costumes to the next level with lots of makeup and lots of contact lenses. Contact lenses are a great way to add a touch to an already scary costume. The same with make-up. “

Whatever costume you can dream of, be it a ghost, a ghoul, a goblin, a witch, a zombie, a wizard, a storybook character, or one that sprung from your imagination, have a spooky Halloween.

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