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Adult Fairy Costumes

Updated on October 19, 2021
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This blue fairy dress is lovely. The skirt is sparkly and cute. Also it's not such a short skirt. Wings would be perfect with this dress. That is what really takes the fairy outfit from mundane to magical. Not at all ostentatious, but an accessory that works. If you are going to dress like a fairy, you want it to look good.

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Fairy costumes for adults tend to be on the sexy end of the spectrum. There was a wide variety to choose from; however I was not looking for an R rated version, so I kept right on moving. What I was looking for was something pretty and magical, not slutty so much. Something to die for. My only problem with this dress is that it is a little skimpy and at this time of year (All Hallows) I would freeze my but off. Also how do you get a jacket to fit over those wings?

Flowers For Fairies


My solution is a wrap, shawl, or scarf type of covering, anything that grants a bit of warmth. But be careful with those wings, they are fragile and might get crushed on the way to the party, so you might want to remove them when traveling or warming up. I would suggest a pretty and delicate wrap to accessorize the blue fairy dress. Something as pretty and delicate as the dress itself; also because they are very lightweight, as befitting to the fairy folk.

Adult Fairy Dress

Adult Fairy Flowy Dress - Nymph Fairy, Multicolor, One Size
Adult Fairy Flowy Dress - Nymph Fairy, Multicolor, One Size
This is the one I've chosen, I have one a lot like it but it's getting kind of raggedy now. I've been hoping for some fairy magic to happen. Maybe I have to leave it right out in the garden, closer to the fairy action.

I shall be a Rainbow Fairy today, tomorrow I'll be a Goth Fairy.

Where Do Fairies Live?

Where Fairies Live
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So what if I like to dress up like a fairy? Just around the house a little, mostly in the garden. That is where those fairy wings really pay off. I fit right in with all the other winged creatures out there.

I will soon be taking flying lessons off the top of the picnic table. Keep your fingers crossed. I just know I can do it if I just stay focused! And if I meet up with a real fairy who can show me how it's done.

If it has wings, it must be a fairy!

© 2013 Linda Hahn


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