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Addams Family Wednesday Girls Costume
Addams Family Wednesday Girls Costume
Product Description
Item #RU702518
Items Included
  • Dress
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester
  • Long sleeve pullover dress has hook and loop fastener on the back
  • Faux buttons down center front
  • All over skull print
  • Collar and cuffs have rickrack details
  • Officially licensed
SizeMeasurementStandardMetric
SmallChest26"66cm
SmallLength23"58cm
MediumChest28"71cm
MediumLength28"71cm
LargeChest31"79cm
LargeLength31"79cm
X-LargeChest34"86cm
X-LargeLength37"94cm

Original Kin

Wednesday Addams -- what an icon! The young Addams family girl was goth before goth was even a thing, a straight-faced, sullen kid with a dark sense of humor and a knack for making the unfashionable look like something out of some vaunted European fashion magazine. For a character who’s been around for nearly 80 years, she’s managed to keep her iconic personal flair more or less unchanged. While her mostly black wardrobe and neatly braided pigtails were retro even back in the 1930s, no one of any era would dare call Wednesday’s look outdated. No one who valued life and limb, at least.

Product Details

Pay homage to the original creepy girl next door with this officially licensed retro goth Wednesday Addams costume. Just snag a pair of black boots and a wig and you'll be set. The black (what else?) polyester dress features white cuffs and collar, with a matching row of bright white buttons. Whether you’re heading out to a costume party, enjoying a stroll in the neighborhood park, or just sitting around your gloomy mansion quietly contemplating all that is dark in the universe, it’s a perfect tribute to a creepy, kooky, eternally stylish fashion sense that’s stood the test of time and then some. The neighbors will fear you forever from the jump, too!

Gothic Eternal

The black boots, the dark dress, the white accents -- it all comes to gether to make a timeless style, whether your favorite Wednesday look comes from Christina Ricci in the movies, Lisa Loring in the TV show, the various Saturday morning cartoons, or the original Charles Addams comics. (That’s right, the Addams Family were stars of the printed page before they ever hit the screen.) She may have taken many forms over the years, but there will only ever be one Wednesday, and we’re betting her neighbors breathing a few sighs of relief about that.

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