The Aviatrix

Now that Halloween 2011 is a fond memory and Halloween 2012 is a long 298 days away, some of you may think that the season for costumes has passed.

Darling readers, I am here to tell you that any day can be an excuse for a costume party!

Those of you following me on Google Plus know I celebrated the last costume party of the year on New Year’s Eve with a fabulous Flying Ace costume.  I had so much fun with this one that I thought I’d share my polyvore collection for your own aviation inspiration.

March is Women’s History Month, so why not throw a party to celebrate?  In the meantime, you can plan your costume while you read up on the turbulent and occasional dark history of women in aviation or this recent news on the possible discovery of Amelia Earhart’s last remains.

Or, of course, you can break out the real theatrical supplies and add a luxurious mustache and a pipe, like me.  Perhaps I’ll call this one Emelio Earhart?

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5 replies

  1. A retro take on the fly-girl. I like it.

  2. Awesome. I would agree that I don’t need much prompting to don a costume… I just have a hard time convincing others to do the same.

    But maybe an appeal to women’s history month will help to persuade 🙂

    Still waiting for Halloween pictures. Can’t believe it’s been two and a half months. Hope the new year is treating you well.

    Paul D. Dail
    http://www.pauldail.com- A horror writer’s not necessarily horrific blog

    • Hey there, Paul D. Dail. Nice to hear from you. There are a few photos up over on google plus, but the bulk of them are trapped in computer purgatory until I can recover the data off my late lamented laptop. You wouldn’t believe where infernal tech support gets outsourced to.

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