Goodies & Baddies Costume Theme

We thought Goodies and Baddies suggested itself as a fancy dress theme today. This costume theme can be called other things such as Heroes & Villains, Good Versus Evil, Saints &Queen of Hearts Fancy Dress Sinners etc., but basically they are all the same.

Some Great Baddie Costume ideas:

  • Darth Vader
  • Desert Warriors
  • Gangsters
  • Convicts
  • Snow Queen
  • Queen of Hearts
  • Count Dracula
  • Vampires
  • Werewolves
  • Wicked Queen
  • Ugly Sisters
  • Politicians (?)
  • Captain Hook
  • Voldermort – Harry Potter
  • Darth Maul
  • Cruella de Vil – 101 Dalmations
  • Dr. Hannibal Lector
  • Al Pacino
  • Wicked Witch of The West – Wizard of Oz
  • The Joker – Batman
  • Freddy Krueger - A Nightmare On Elm Street
  • Jason – Friday 13th
  • Scream
  • Jigsaw – Saw movies
  • Dr. No – James Bond
  • Devil
  • Fallen Angel
  • Witches

And some Goodie Costume Ideas…Doctor's & Nurses Fancy Dress

  • Mother Teresa – nun outfit
  • Nurse Costumes – we have some great ladies sexy nurse outfits
  • Doctors – we stock a great range of accessories & costumes
  • Fireman
  • Police
  • Angels
  • Various Religions – we stock a great range of adult religious costumes
  • Superheroes – rather than list them all here, why not take a look at our range of superhero fancy dress costumes
  • X Men
  • Neo & Trinity from The Matrix
  • Nelson
  • Winston Churchill
  • Armed Forces
  • Robin Hood
  • Glinda, the Good Witch From Wizard of Oz
  • Fairy Godmother
  • Indiana Jones

Today’s costume theme has been chosen for two reasons: On the one hand, today is the birthday of one of our more low-profile comedians – Tim Brooke-Taylor, who was born in 1940 and recently awarded an OBE. Although now most often found on radio panel shows such as ‘Just a Minute’and ‘I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue’, for many he will be forever associated with ‘The Goodies’ TV series in which he starred with Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie. The shows have recently been released on DVD so they can be enjoyed by a new generation. At the Baddie end of the scale, we can take our pick between James Cagney, born on this day in 1899, who, though best known for his gangster roles, did also show versatility by appearing in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘Yankee Doodle Dandy’, and Punch. Actually the Punch in question is the satirical magazine of that name, first published today in 1841, but its mascot/logo was the villainous Mr Punch of seaside puppet-show fame whose behaviour was certainly not politically correct by today’s standards. Anyway, if the idea of the theme appeals, pop down and see us here at Props n Frocks – that’s the way to do it!