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Scottish Halloween costumes
Witches and ghosts, vampires and pirates TV celebrities and movie stars, Halloween costumes never seem to change everyone is dressed similar and no one really stands out in the crowd.
Why not be the person this year that everyone looks at and says why didn't I think of that?
Halloween is a time where you are supposed to dress up in a costume and become someone or something different from your everyday self, your chance to become the life and soul of the party.
Your chance to stand out from the crowd and to also have a little bit of mystery with people trying to guess who you are supposed to be and of course who you are under the costume.
This year instead of following the crowd and choosing a similar costume to everyone else why not try some Scottish Halloween costumes, enjoy a dram or 2 and have a hootenanny of a time as you take the spotlight in a braw Bricht moonlit Halloween nicht to remember.
William Wallace (Braveheart)
Sir William Wallace is a true Scottish Legend who was recently featured in the Blockbuster movie Braveheart, played by Mel Gibson.
" FREEDOM" now you can be like Mel Gibson in this authentic looking costume in the wallace tartan this Highlander Warriors outfit includes the tunic, sash the ankle cuffs and of course the Kilt.
Are you man enough to prove that you are a real Braveheart?
Wearing the kilt and being a real Scotsman for a day comes with one little complication if you really want to be authentic you need to know what a real Scotsman wears under his kilt.
Does the saying Going commando mean anything to you?
Scottish Lassie Costume
When it comes to beautiful women Scotland is second to none, of course unlike the true Scotsman our ladies don't have to go commando when they wear the kilt.
Nothing is more inclined to turn a mans head more than when he spies a scots lass walking down the street in her kilt, the Bonnie Scots lass will stand out in any crowd simply because she will be the sexiest dressed girl in the room.
This costume comes with the white top, Kilt and the hat.
Be a Bonnie Lass this Halloween and prove yourself to be the belle of the ball.
Is that a gun in your sporran?
What's That Under His Kilt?
You have probably already read somewhere on this page about what a True Scotsman wears under his kilt, well with this costume you will find out just exactly what it is.
This costume is a bit of fun that takes the legend of what a Scotsman wears beneath his kilt and exaggerates it just a little.
Complete with kilt sporran and top and hat this costume also comes with a plastic surprise that I am not allowed to show on this page because it could be considered a little naughty.
You are guaranteed to stand out from the crowd in this costume and the ladies in the room will flock around you as their curiosity to see what you are hiding under that kilt becomes too much for them.
The Bar Girl
Scottish Bar Wench
Where would your typical Scotsman head if he fancied a wee dram of whisky or two? he would of course go to his local bar or tavern where he would be served his drink by the beautiful lady behind the bar.
This traditional costume looks very authentic and could be mistaken for the real thing, stand out from the crowd and look stunning in this costume that transports you back in time to the days of Highland warriors and a time when Scottish legends were made.
This costume includes the Shirt, Vest, Skirt, Over-skirt and the Handbag.
Classic and Stunning you will be the true belle of the ball this Halloween.
The hand bag supplied with this costume is timeless and would make a great accessory to any modern day outfit.
What would a Scotsman be without his trusty Bagpipes, the traditional instrument that has lead millions of brave Scotsmen into battles all around the world.
A must have accessory for anyone planning a Scottish theme this Halloween these authentic looking pipes will be the icing on the cake and it wont make any difference whether you can play them or not, to most people the bagpipes sound like a cat screeching after being run over by a car.
The bagpipes are made from a faux leather pouch with three attached wooden drones, a chanter, and a blowpipe, The pouch is enclosed in a red tartan material. The drone pipes are held in place with a matching red, white, yellow, and blue cord.