(Filed Under wholesale Costume News). In a recent interview with BODY, Forum Novelties sales representative Jeremy Friedman cited the company's best-selling women's costumes this year. According to Friedman, Forum is unique to many competing companies due in part to its costumes, which feature heavy use of accessories and a touch of humor.
The best-selling styles are as follows: Sexy Flying High Captain (style 61887, $18 wholesale), which includes a royal blue hat and dress combo; Pinkie French Maid (58503, $15), featuring a headpiece, choker, corset top, skirt and wristlets; Treasure Huntress (62875, $18), featuring a vest, shorts, belt with thigh holsters guns and studded fingerless gloves; Pleasure Police (62828, $20), featuring a sexy cop dress with jacket and hat; Teacher's Pet (59511, $16), featuring a hot pink plaid tie, schoolgirl skirt, pink plaid bow headband and lace panties; and lastly, Egyptian Goddess (62910, $27.50), featuring a cape with attached collar, dress, belt, arm and wrist bands.
"Forum specializes in accessories and blockbuster Halloween costumes of all kinds," said Friedman. "We do not, however, choose to indulge in the overtly diluted sexy costume industry. Unless you are Shirley, Dreamgirl or Leg Avenue, we all know sexy costumes are a dime a dozen. Forum's sexier costumes are designed to go hand-in-hand with our already amazing accessory selection. Not one of these lingerie companies can touch us when it comes to accessories. Also, nobody offers couples costumes like we do."
According to Todd Koenig, CEO of Ricky's NYC, "Forum is our number one accessories company that we deal with. What they do differently from regular Halloween costume companies is they try to come up with funny, unique items. I order very few costumes from them because their selection is not mass, but I do order the ones that are in the comedy area because they're somewhat creative."
For further information, contact Jeremy Friedman at JeremyF@ForumNovelties.com.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in comments published on bodymagazine.us are those of the comment writers alone. They do not represent the views or opinions of Bodymagazine or its staff.
NOTE: Your Email will not be displayed.