(Filed Under wholesale Costume News). This Halloween season, Coquette wants consumers to get creative. The company is launching a make-your-own-costume range as part of its Masquerade 2010 costume collections, which gives shoppers the option of mixing and matching Coquette tops, bottoms and accessories.
According to Elaine Carson, senior designer of Coquette, the make-your-own range will give wearers an extra edge. “We want to give people choice with their costumes [so that they] have the chance to be unique at their costume parties,” she said. “Those who want something different can channel their creativity and pair their favorite corset with an army-inspired skirt, for instance.”
Also featured in Masquerade are new bedroom role-play costumes, including the Prep School Girl. The company has also introduced non-traditional women’s costumes such as lumberjacks and construction workers, which Marcus Horea, vice president of sales and marketing for the company, said: “[Maintain] the beauty of femininity.” As in past years, the company is also offering men’s and plus sized costumes.
Hitting stores in July, the Masquerade 2010 collection wholesales for $1.25 for accessories to $45 for full costumes. Sizes run in regular sizes O/S and O/S XL, and S through L. Select styles also run from S/M to 1X/2X.
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