70's/80's TV show dress-ups?

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10 years 9 months ago #28740 by highgirl
Can anyone suggest anyone easy i can dress up as from a 70's or 80's show tonight???

Late notice I know, I wasn't intending to go but now I want to! [;)]

I've got blonde hair about shoulder length and straight, and am curvier build so something to suit this would be good :D

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10 years 9 months ago #392236 by Cinsara
Footless tights and a big baggy sweatshirt or oversized T shirt with 'ballet slippers' or high heels, frizzed hair (lots of small plaits dampened with a wet flannel, and combed out when dry) or french braids and big makeup. Leg warmers would be a bonus. That was my uniform in Sydney in the early '80's [:I]

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10 years 9 months ago #392237 by Organix
Plenty of choice here [:0] Everything from Miss Piggy to Cybil Fawlty :D Or of course Hot Lips Houlihan [:I]

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10 years 9 months ago #392240 by Cucs
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Daisy from the Dukes of Hazzard

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10 years 9 months ago #392244 by WillEyre

Cinsara;386565 wrote: Footless tights and a big baggy sweatshirt or oversized T shirt with 'ballet slippers' or high heels, frizzed hair (lots of small plaits dampened with a wet flannel, and combed out when dry) or french braids and big makeup. Leg warmers would be a bonus. That was my uniform in Sydney in the early '80's [:I]


Yeah, that's 'Cross' dressing all right.

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10 years 9 months ago #392252 by Lindeggs
Ooh I vote for Miss Piggy! You already have the blonde hair - just give it a bit of a curl, make some pink ears and attach them to a head-band, then wear some kind of glam low-cut dress and a string of pearls! Fake eyelashes and long white gloves would really finish the look.

The main thing is to go around looking for your "Kermie darling" and use your martial arts skills to bash anyone who looks at you wrong. HAAAYAA!




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10 years 9 months ago #392268 by kaybe
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For some reason that female policewoman played by Angie Dickinson sprang to mind - can't remember the name of the show. I guess a police uniform is hard to produce on short notice though!

I like the idea of Miss Piggy or Daisy, both might be do-able from what's on hand in your wardrobe.

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10 years 9 months ago #392270 by kaybe
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Of course if you have a red one-piece swimsuit and want to freeze your arse off you could go as Pamela Anderson from Baywatch :-)

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10 years 9 months ago #392286 by WillEyre

kaybe;386600 wrote: For some reason that female policewoman played by Angie Dickinson sprang to mind - can't remember the name of the show. I guess a police uniform is hard to produce on short notice though!

I like the idea of Miss Piggy or Daisy, both might be do-able from what's on hand in your wardrobe.


Not if you do something really outlandish. Then, it'll just show up!

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10 years 9 months ago #392291 by kaybe
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:D

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10 years 9 months ago #392294 by Stu_R
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Easy one is Donna Pinciatti (Spelling) off "That 70's show" That Eric Forman went out with ... real easy to do :)
:) lol like the Baywatch idea to Kaybe :)

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10 years 9 months ago #392386 by Mich
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So what did you decide on Highgirl? Sounds like it would have been a load of fun.
Cheers, Mich.

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10 years 9 months ago #392406 by Cinsara

kaybe;386600 wrote: female policewoman played by Angie Dickinson sprang to mind - can't remember the name of the show.

As opposed to a male policewoman? :D

It was called Police Woman :D :D :D

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