Star Wars Parties: Cosplaying Tips

Star Wars Parties: Roleplaying Tips


Star Wars is one of the most well-known and successful movie franchises in the history of theatre. Star Wars continues to captivate audiences around the world. The original Star Wars film itself remains a popular motif for Halloween costume, even though there are now lots of other Star Wars movies and TV shows to select from. It is said that the achievement of Star Wars helped to start the entire science fiction genre into the entertainment marketplace and made a new template for the future of entertainment. George Lucas is currently working on the sequel to Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.


Star Wars is also the biggest Hollywood blockbuster of all time, and for this reason, a lot of men and women are looking for a Star Wars costume to wear this Halloween. Many Star Wars Halloween costumes are dark in colour, usually in black or navy blue. A fantastic place to start is with the classic white spacesuit worn by Rebel officer Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars film. You can then add accessories to your spacesuit such as a Stormtrooper helmet along with a TIE fighter.


The very first Star Wars Halloween costume that we will look at was actually inspired by the classic scene in the original Star Wars where Luke Skywalker, dressed in his white spacesuit, flies through a cloud forest on a distant world. With this costume, you want to receive two pieces of substance; the first is camouflage fabric or some other pretty dark colored cloth that will conceal your shape and permit you to move in the air. These items can be purchased from your local craft store, or you could also make your own.


Then you’ll need a pair of white trousers, white shirt and white vases. For the white trousers, make sure they’re either white trousers that have a bit of print on the legs, or white overalls that have some print. You can even use a tee shirt and a white leg warmers to dress up your Star Wars costume.


Then go ahead and cut off the tops of your white pants so you have fitting tops. Now you can easily make your own Star Wars character functions. A fantastic option would be to put on a white coat with a black belt, and possibly put a dark colored jacket on in the event that you’d like. If you’d like, you could even put on some Star Wars character cosmetics to give you that extra advantage. For your character roles, you’ll want to wear black stockings that match your trousers, but try and make them a bit skimpier than the original trilogy.


Next, you must have two black belts with a light saber hanging out of them. The belts will usually have a small emblem on the front of it. Place the belt on, over your shoulders andthen tie the rest of your outfit together using a light brown belt. If you would like to get a really cool Star Wars impact, then you could even replace the belt using a light saber and also have a brown belt with a black light saber.


If you would like to choose the whole Star Wars universe and run with it, you could even dress up as Han Solo and include a light saber, a carbonite room, and a really big pair of trousers. You’ll be able to play all kinds of different personalities, and all kinds of different eras from the original trilogy. If you don’t care about the character and only want to act out your personality, you can always opt to go as a character from any other movie in the series.


Star Wars is such a timeless story and such a large number of figures have emerged in different versions, that it’s not possible to conduct a Star Wars celebration with a character. Whether you choose to play a Stormtrooper, a Storm Caller, or a Jawas scout, you’ll easily be able to detect a Star Wars character that will fit in to your Star Wars theme party. Remember, it’s fine to mix and match several characters and also have different ones for each role. You can even use a white vest and brown trousers, or a white shirt and brown slacks to get a Star Wars celebration going.