How to Make a Fortune Teller Outfit
A fortune teller outfit is fun to make and is perfect for Halloween, costume parties, or events. The key is to customize it and make it original. This way, you can show off your own style as a fortune teller! You can choose a name that fits the persona you are creating. Buzzwords, flowers, and other symbols can be used to come up with a unique name for your fortune teller character.
The outfit should consist of dark pants and boots, a vest, and fringed waist sash. A wide, soft leather belt is also a must. To complete the outfit, you can wear a fabric or leather pouch. Another fun addition to your fortune-telling costume is a square scarf or long rectangular scarf tied over your head to look like a turban.
To complete your costume, you will also need a crystal ball, tarot cards, and a dowsing pendulum. If you cannot find a crystal ball, you can also use a plastic Christmas globe or a Styrofoam ball. You can also carry a crystal ball in a colorful fabric bag with a long strap.
A fortune teller costume is eye-catching and mysterious. A traveling circus fortune teller can look like a nomad and a mysterious traveler. The tarot cards and magic crystal ball add to the allure of the character. You can also accessorize the outfit with eye-catching jewelry and a tambourine.
A tarot-card reader costume is easy to make with a few basic materials. A thin piece of wood or a piece of heavy cardboard can be used as a table. Wide strap webbing can also be purchased from a fabric store. You can place a deck of tarot cards on it, if desired.
If you want to add a bit of bling to your costume, you can also use a gold coin necklace to tie your hair up. You can buy one for $6 at Party City or a headband with coins for $11 at Amazon. A gold coin necklace with a bobby pins can also be used as a hair accessory.
Another great costume is that of Michelle Keegan, one of the sexiest women in the UK. She has been seen in many outrageous fancy dress outfits, and her latest outfit will definitely give you some serious pirate vibes. She also wore striking contact lenses and hoop earrings to accessorize her look. This costume was a collaboration between her husband Mark Wright for Halloween 2015.