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Star Trek Costume



Every since as far back as I can remember, Star Trek has been in my life. When given an opportunity to review a Star Trek costume, how on earth could I possibly resist??? They were a design of their own and clearly stood out. You knew exactly what show it was when you saw them.




















The CostumeSupercenter.com has over 20,000 different costumes to choose from. Not just Star Trek, obviously, but they have pirates and superheroes and more!   Best part is, they ship to Canada, ey!!!

So back to the costume I was sent. You see it above and now see me in the classic Uhura style below.


The hubby took the photo and told me to make the Vulcan sign.  And lucky for me I have the right boots for the job! Now I just need a tazer and I'm set!

A lovely blogger gave me the idea of wearing it to the new Star Trek film, but the hubby wasn't to keen on that idea... I think he misplaced his sense of humor... but maybe this outfit calls for a trip to Comic Con or I'll have to save it for Halloween. I always stress on that holiday and maybe this year I won't bat an eyelash.

The costume feels great and I look the part so I think this will become a fast favorite in my costumes. Star Trek will never go out of style!

Won't you check out the website for yourself. I can guarantee you will find something right for you too!


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

  1. I am so jealous! I so want a ST mini-dress. And you absolutely should have worn it to the movie. I wore my son's command gold T-shirt (made to look like classic Kirk's shirt--but not really a costume).

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  2. Definitely something fun to wear at a comic con.

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