During Halloween or costume parties, Zombie costumes are the most popular and still growing on popularity year after year.
But first, what do you need to know about Zombies? They are normally encountered in horror movies, fantasy themed fiction books and related entertainment.
They are commonly depicted as mindless, ungainly, decaying corpses who feed on human flesh, particularly the brain. Some people believe that zombies are actually human beings being controlled by a powerful sorcerer by use of magic or voodoo.
They believe that a dead person can be revived by a sorcerer and will remain under the sorcerer's control since zombies have no will of their own.
Movies such as 1968 Night of the Living Dead, which already has several versions, popularize further the idea of zombies. Latest zombie movies such as Resident evil and Land of the Dead introduced modern-day concept of zombies as humans succumbed to the virus.
The virus is contagious causing instantaneous spread, turning human beings into walking corpses.
This twisted idea of zombies is the very reason why Zombie costumes are popular themes during Halloween, the very day for haunted houses, spiders, bats, witches and anything creepy. Speaking of creepy, Zombies are more than that, they are totally disturbing!
Zombie costumes come in different types. Let your imagination soar and scary ideas have no limit.
The least scary type is High school Horror School girl. This zombie version portrays a dead school girl in school uniform.
This gruesome costume includes bloody and tattered school uniform.
The uniform could be white shirt with red and black tie, a pleaded mini skirt, and gray jacket.
Wear white bobby socks and black shoes to complete the uniform.
Wear your hair in pig tails and don't forget to apply pale make-up. This costume is sure to bring a petrifying sight on Halloween night.
Stepping into the ladder of creepy costumes, next in line is an enchanting Day of the Dead Bride costume.
A zombie in bridal gown-that sure is scary. This costume includes full-length, lacey white gown covered with blood; white, tattered veil and bouquet of dark flowers.
Putting on pale make-up and fake blood will create dramatic and creepier touch.
The creepiest of all is the Zombie 3D costume that depicts a living corpse walking. It is classic Halloween horror with a twist of fresh concept.
Wear a creepy plastic-molded mask with strands of hair attached to it.
Put on tattered shirt with structured flesh chest piece drenched in fake blood and a matching tattered pair of pants.
Costumes must come with character. Zombies have lost any sense of reasoning; they are mindless creatures that rely purely on instinct. Zombies are not slow-moving anymore.
They are persistent, undomesticated and frantic. Make your Zombie costume achieve its purpose. Do some daunting and unusual actions!
Rochelle Stenway write almost exclusively about Halloween costumes and fancy dress outfits in general.
Learn about the zombie Halloween costumes available this year and why Rochelle thinks the frankenstein costume kits are going to be huge this Halloween.
Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Holidays & Seasonal Celebrations.
"Power Tips" magazine is back!
You Get A Free Complete Self Help Report delivered to your email box every edition, plus you get a free PLR article and other great gifts!
SUBSCRIBE BELOW ... I promise you will want to USE what you learn!
I really want to know what you think of this site, this page, and to hear your tips or suggestions about it.
So please share your story or simply add a Comment in the comment box.
If you feel that the information on this page has been useful to you please give it a Like or share it with your friends - thanks!!
"You are a life Saver!!
I recently discovered this site and I can tell you that my life has not been the same. I now come here EVERYDAY and spend at least 1 hour.
I used to spend that time browsing online fashion and beauty
magazine which just means that I spend more. Now I have replaced that
habit with coming here.
In future I will think about contributing articles as well. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! and God bless"
Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on [relevant Amazon Site(s), as applicable] at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.