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2011 Archive

Like any expanding company, we like to shout about our good fortunes which also gives consumer confidence in our business. Akin to our Customer Reviews page, these are newsworthy blogs, articles and updates produced by the Jokers' Masquerade Editor for publiction here.

 

Santa's Had Enough

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Bad Santa Costume

At this time of year a question that you may find yourself thinking is, where is Santa? The answer to that festive question is a little harder to answer than it is to ask. Here at Jokers' Masquerade fancy dress, however, we have attempted to answer the question 'where is Santa' with the response of "somewhere cold". So, what is he doing right now? We began to think.

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The 70th Birthday of Wonder Woman

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Wonder Woman Costume

This month we celebrate the 70th birthday of the first comic book appearance from one of the first widely recognisable female superheroes. For seven decades Wonder Woman has been a staple of various comic books and has provided herself as someone for female readers to look up to in the male dominated world of crime fighting superheroes.

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Alice In Wonderland Turns 146!

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Alice in Wonderland Costume

The 26th of November, this coming Saturday, in fact, at the time of writing anyway, will mark the 146th birthday of one of the best known titles ever written, Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Here at the Jokers' Masquerade offices we are pretty keen on Alice in Wonderland. It's a superb book and the Alice in wonderland costume range that has been created seem to really bring these characters created by Lewis Carroll to life.

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The Growing PDC World Championship Darts Spectacle

Monday, November 21, 2011

Dartboard Costume

This year the Ladbrokes World Darts Championship will be held from the 15th of December to the 2nd of January 2012. It will mark the culmination of the PDC darts 2011 calendar and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. Personally, I link this time of year to being off work for the Christmas break, it's bitterly cold outside like a lemon eating a Magnum. Yes I know, I'm painting a picture here. Anyway, it's probably snowing and I'll find myself round a friends house and almost always the PDC world championship darts from the Alexandra Palace will be on Sky.

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Christmas Fancy Dress Ideas

Friday, November 18, 2011

Bad Santa Costume

So you've been invited to a work's party, night out or get together that requires you dress in a costume to mark snow falling from the sky, mince pies nestled safely in the oven and a portly gentleman tumbling down your chimney who's going to drink your brandy and try his best not to scare your cat. If you find yourself needing to throw on your best Christmas fancy dress costume and you do not have one or, if you are in need of something more appropriate and fitting don't panic. It is our goal to help you find fancy dress that will be fit for a Christmas party. Here at your favourite online retailer of fancy dress for Christmas we have put together this short blog providing you with a generous helping of Christmas fancy dress ideas. So read on and, hopefully, feel inspired, because there's a big selection of costumes to choose from.

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The 60th Anniversary of the Zebra Crossing

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Green Cross Code Man Costume

Here's an interesting bit of trivia for you. The first ever zebra crossing to be officially implemented in the UK was in Slough, Berkshire, on October 31, 1951. How we forgot to share that fact on Halloween is remarkable. The zebra crossing has been a prominent feature on British roads for six decades, yes, the road safety measure that you and I take for granted daily is 60 years old. The same age as Dean Kamen, inventor of the Segway. But fancy dress and road safety we hear you cry! Yes, there is a vague connection in the form of a Green Cross Code Man fancy dress costume, read on, The 60th annniversary of the zebra crossing is more interesting than you might think.

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