It’s the season to be jolly! And what better way to celebrate the season than by dressing up
like your favorite fashion police? No, we’re not talking about Law and Order: Special Victims
Unit. We’re talking about the characters from COPS, the iconic police procedural show that
aired from 1988-2004. If you’re a fan of the show and want to dress up like a real life fashion
police officer, then you need to get yourself some proper attire. And that means finding the
perfect costume for your poli-twin. In this blog post, we will explore some of the best ways to
find the perfect fashion police costume for your unique body type. From choosing the right
clothing to getting creative with your accessories, read on to learn everything you need to
know to pull off this classic costume flawlessly.
What to look for in a fashion police costume
When choosing a fashion police costume, keep in mind that your costume should be
comfortable and flattering. You’ll also want to make sure the outfit is appropriate for the
event you’re attending. When shopping for a fashion police costume, consider the following
-Take into account your event’s theme. If you’re dressing up as a character from a popular
TV show or movie, make sure your costume matches that character’s look.
-Think about your size and shape. What will be comfortable and flattering on one person
might not be on another. Consider wearing a tight fitting garment if you have curves or want
to show off your figure.
-Choose an outfit that is both stylish and practical. A fashionable police costume can be hot
and sweaty in a rug size guide, so make sure the garment you choose is made from breathable
-Consider your budget. Not all fashion police costumes are created equal. You can find
affordable options that still look high quality, or you can splurge on a more expensive
costume that will last longer.
-Be creative! There are no rules when it comes to fashion police costumes, so feel free to go
wild with your creativity!
How to make your own fashion police costume
If you’re looking for a unique and hilarious costume to wear to your next school party, look
no further than the fashion police! This fun costume can be made cheaply and easily by
following these simple steps.
- Start by gathering your materials. You’ll need a white T-shirt, black pants, a red sash, and
a white cape.
- Cut the T-shirt into a plain white shirt and black pants piece.
- Sew the plain white shirt and black pants piece together along the sides and bottom.
Leave a small opening in the middle so you can see your red sash through it.
- Cut out a rectangular shape from the white cape fabric, being sure to leave enough fabric
hanging off each end to create ties. Sew one end of each tie together, then sew the other
ends of the ties to either side of your rectangle-shaped cape fabric piece (see image below).
- Be sure to wear bright colors when wearing this costume – make sure your sash is brightly
red or orange! And don’t forget your official police badge – find one online or at your local
How to get ready for Halloween as a fashion police
If you’re looking to dress up for Halloween this year, we have some advice for you! Whether
you want to be a stylish fashion police officer or a spooky witch, here are five tips on how to
- Research the trends. Know what costumes are in style this year, and research how to
make them look your best. Check out Pinterest or other online resources for inspiration.
- Get creative. There is no one right way to dress for Halloween, so go ahead and
experiment with different looks. Try out wild colors or unusual styles that will stand out from
- Pick your accessories wisely. Just like with any outfit, choose your accessories carefully –
they can make or break your costume. Make sure to pick items that complement your outfit
and add emphasis to the features you want to show off (such as a striking necklace).
- Be prepared to take pictures! As a fashion police officer, it’s important that you look good
in photos – even if you have to Photoshop them later! Consider getting yourself a good
camera so that you can document all of your Halloween celebrations in style!
- Have fun! Halloween is supposed to be about having fun, not being serious all the time
(although being ready for anything is always nice!). Let loose and enjoy yourself – there’s no
better way to celebrate than with a good old-fashioned costume party!
How to dress for other holidays as a fashion police
When it comes to dressing for other holidays, fashion police can be a real pain in the butt.
No matter what the holiday is, there is always someone dressed too garishly or
inappropriately. However, with a bit of research and know-how, fashion police costumes can
be pulled off successfully no matter what the occasion.
For Halloween, one of the most important things to remember is that spooky costumes are
always a good idea. However, make sure they are not too gory or sexualized. In general,
Halloween costumes should be light and airy – think ghosts, witches and draft horses instead
of vampires and chainsaws.
Another important thing to keep in mind when dressing for Christmas is that it’s traditionally a
time of family and cheer. Don’t go overboard with your shopping spree or get too fancy – a
festive sweater and brightly coloured jeans will do just fine! And lastly, remember that
whatever you wear on Easter should reflect this – think pastels and natural colours like
green and blue.
So no matter what holiday you’re attending this year, make sure you have a look that shows
you’re ready for fun – without being too loud or obnoxious about it!
I hope that this article on how to find the perfect fashion police costume for your poli-twin has
helped you out. While it can be difficult to find a good costume that both you and your
partner will love, by using some of these tips, I am sure you will be able to find something
that looks great and won’t take away from your performance during the dress rehearsal. As
always, if you have any questions or concerns about what costume might work best for you
and your Poli-Twin partner, feel free to reach out to us at Costume Crazy!