For adults, Halloween becomes sexy fantasy

Oct. 30, 2011 at 5:35 PM   |   Comments

| License Photo
CHICAGO, Oct. 30 (UPI) -- Halloween is not just kids trick-or-treating, it's also become an adult holiday more about role playing than dressing in costume, a U.S. lingerie expert says.

Lingerie expert Jada Michaels and owner of JadaMichaels.com, a Web site for lingerie and couture shoes, said Halloween is the one night of the year when every woman gets to live out her fantasy and dress super sexy and nothing is over the top.

"We've progressed Halloween these last few years from sexy nurse costumes to body paint," Michaels said in a statement.

"Halloween is the one time when it's OK to finally wear those sexy costumes that we dream of wearing without anyone holding judgment."

To make your costume even sexier, choose a character you think is sexy -- in the past it was Snooki or Lady Gaga, but this year the trend is more hot chef, Cupid, sexy flappers, free-love hippies and Goth girls, Michaels said.

"Second, make the costume your own. For example, add a leopard bra, black-diamond fishnet stockings, a rhinestone-studded belt and thigh-high boots," Micheals said.

Michaels conducted a poll to find out which Halloween costume ideas men thought were sexiest. Among the winners were a "Ms. Gangsta" costume, which features a pinstripe dress with a side slit and sultry hat, and "Wild Thing," a costume consisting of a leopard print bodysuit with opera-length animal print gloves, ears and tail.

Topics: Lady Gaga
© 2011 United Press International, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification of any UPI content is expressly prohibited without UPI's prior written consent.
Recommended UPI Stories
Featured UPI Collection
Celebrity Couples of 2014 [PHOTOS]

Celebrity Couples of 2014 [PHOTOS]

Most Popular
Zig-zagging lane lines confuse commuters along I-66 in Virginia
Arby's Meat Mountain is here, and it is enormous
Brazilian man wakes up in body bag after being declared dead, credits miracle
British grandma finds dead mouse in unopened package of Kellogg's Cornflakes
iPad-wearing tortoises removed from Aspen art museum and moved to conservatory
Trending News