Bare all - right down to your bones this Halloween. Celebrate the Day of the Dead as a Skeleton, with trademark sugar skulls, flowers and splashes of colour. The Day of the Dead celebrations originated in Mexico, where families honour and remember their deceased family. It has taken on a world-wide meaning, especially for Halloween as people dress up with painted their faces and dabble in black magic. It's hauntingly good.
Jacket with attached shirt featuring skeleton and heart digital print on sleeves and torso plus yellow highlight stitching and front and cuffs
Red bow tie is on an elastic strap and has matching ruched red cummerbund
Black pants have elastic at waist and hat is wide brimmed sombrero-style made with felt covering
Face paint sold separately - item code 33666. Shoes not included
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