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Freedom Day, party like you have not partied for a year. July 19th 2021 is being herald as freedom day in England, when most of the restrictions that have been upon us for the last year and half are being lifted. What better way to celebrate than to have an eighties party, so many options, from full costumes to neon...
Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Right to Vote! It's time to embrace girl power and remember the incredible efforts the Suffragettes made for the right to vote. Although voting seems like an ordinary aspect of life to us now, woman throughout history have fought tirelessly for this basic right. The Suffragettes The Women's Social and Political Union - the Suffragettes...
So Ladies...Do you go scary? Do you go sexy? Do you want to do zombies or fairy tale? Maybe both? There are so many questions when it comes to dressing up for Halloween, but don’t let where you go be one of them. Come straight to Hollywood for the best selection around! If you’re struggling to come up with something new and original for your next Halloween costume then head straight to your nearest branch where you will find just about anything you can imagine! Inspiration will certainly strike, but before you go, why not check out our ladies Halloween Top 10 here: Skeleton Dress. If you’re on a budget, but still want a fantastic costume, then you’re in luck! This pretty lace print skeleton dress is perfect if you want to look good without flashing too much flesh! Shipwrecked Sweetie. Set sail on the ghost ship this Halloween in a ghoulish grey faded dress and grey striped leggings with matching bandanna. Why not try some our new blind eye accessories to make your costume even spookier! Zombie Cop. Keep everyone in check in our sexy zombie cop costume. The little black dress might be torn up and covered in blood stains, but don’t let that put you off! Pick up some handcuffs and liquid latex to give that extra edge to your look. Continue reading →
If you have ever taken part in a marathon running event or watched one on television, you have probably seen a number of runners who have opted to complete the race in a fun and playful fancy dress costume rather than traditional running gear – such as in the Race for Life in Southampton for example (which will take place this year on July 6th). Why exactly do people like to run in fancy dress costumes for races? Isn’t running a race difficult enough without the extra weight an annoyance of a costume? Are these runners just attention seekers or is there a good reason why they are doing it? Continue reading →