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9 Fancy dress ideas for T in the Park

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9 Fancy dress ideas for T in the Park

One of the funnest parts of a festival is wearing a fancy dress costume.

And as T in the Park draws closers many people who are going may be stuck for an outfit to wear for their 'Fancy Dress Friday.' But luckily, the good people at www.smiffys.com have some ideas that you can use for the festival's fairy tale theme.

 

9. Frog Kit

As the saying goes, you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince. Well, reach for the sky at T in the Park and be one of those frogs. Buy it here.

 

8. Fever Tin Woman Costume

Who said the Tin Man had to be a man? Well the Wizard of Oz's author, L. Frank Baum, I guess. But don't let that stop you from dressing up in something silver and shiny. Buy it here.

 

7. Mad Hatter Costume

If you want to stand out without having to get naked then there's one thing for it: A Mad Hatter outfit. Buy it here.

 

6. Wolf Costume

The wolf always gets a bad rap in fairy tales, so prove the critics wrong by being a lovely lupine partier. Buy it here.

 

5. Storybook Prince Costume

Look like Robin Hood or Prince Phillip to catch the gaze of a fair maiden. Buy it here.

 

4. Fever Red Riding Hood Costume

Little Red Riding Hood famously got lost in the woods. This T in the Park, get lost at the main stage, but be sure to leave your phone on your in case you lose your pals. Buy it here.

 

3. Evil Madame Costume

Inspired to be like Cruella de Vil? If she doesn't look great after a 3 pints of Tuborg then nobody will. Buy it here.

 

2. Shrek Costume

Everyone's favourite green machine is the king of the fairy tale world. He's also rude and smelly - perfect for the third day when you've completely lost the plot but still want to stay in character. Buy it here.

 

1. Authentic Pirate Captain Costume

Let's be real: Peter Pan was a little adolescent geek that needed to grow up. Captain James Hook, on the other hand, was a brave, honest man who clearly had crocodile-based anxiety issues. Pay homage to this great man by wearing clobber like his. Buy it here.

 

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