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More on Valentine’s Costumes and Accessories

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More on Valentine’s Costumes and Accessories

Most women value romance more than material things during Valentines Day, and giving an adult costume for a special lady may be just the right catalyst to set the romance on fire. If you’re wondering how to find sexy costumes to fulfill your fantasies, go to our Amazon Store (you can access all the Valentines stuff by clicking on any of the products listed)


Find the accessories for any costume online at Amazon, and have fun creating your own sexy dress up this Valentine’s Day by piecing together something sexy from their assortment or leggings, wigs, corsets, shoes, and jewelry.

Hearts, candies, and flowers are symbols of Valentine’s Day as you can see in the designs of traditional greeting cards and Valentine’s e-cards sent on February 14. They are also an essential part of the decorations for your party.





Now – Mardi Gras Time

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Now – Mardi Gras Time

Yep!  Valentine’s Days is still a day or so in the past, but in order to prepare for Mardi Gras, we’ve decided to start a little early.
There are some similarities between Mardi Gras, whose origin is in New Orleans, and Halloween and it’s special nights in other cities.
In Detroit, Michigan, the night before Halloween is referred to as Devil’s Night, and for many years involved petty vandalism by children and teens, such as rubbing soap or wax on car windows or throwing eggs at houses.
Halloween in Mexico begins three days of consecutive holidays, as it is followed by All Saints’ Day, which also marks the beginning of the two-day celebration of the Day of the Dead or the Da de los Muertos.
Purple, green and gold costumes in all combinations of velvet, metallic fabrics and quality materials are what you will find when you shop for Mardi Gras costumes. Halloween is now the United States’ second most popular holiday (after Christmas) for decorating; the sale of candy and costumes is also extremely common during the holiday, which is marketed to children and adults alike. And Mardi Gras is a lesser celebrated, but equally fun holiday.
Despite many American media influences (including television sit-coms and The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror and its sequels), Halloween is frowned upon by some, yet not so much with Mardi Gras.