Halloween Safe with Masks to Suit!
I know it’s weird to talk about Halloween costumes. Trick or Treating and Costume Parties are up in the air. But even if I’m doing a scary-movie marathon at home, I’m going nestled in the cushions wearing a werewolf costume because I refuse to give up. Halloween is our chance to dress up as anything– it is a day for the sewers and tailors, designers and artists, the quirky and scary alike. Halloween is for creatives of all ages out there who want to express ourselves in the zaniest way possible. Even if we have to distance ourselves when going out, we can still let the world know that we still have the spooky spirit. This year, Bootypacks is here to help you dress up responsibly with masks + costume combos for you, your kids, or both for an awesome costume team-up.
For those longing for the safari, burying yourself at the heart of the jungle, we have the mask for you. Our Safari and herringbone masks bring the sleekness of camo and punches it up with style. Like a tiger amongst the canopy, sneak onto the scene with flair. Hide in style with a cool camo costume: blended in but never forgotten.
BEETLEJUICE, JOKER, GREEN VILLANS
Our Peppermint Green Stripe Face Mask is the perfect accessory for creepy costumes that give you shivers. From the hit musical and TikTok Costume Trend Beetlejuice, to the iconic DC villain Joker– 60’s series, Nolan, 2019: all good choices— this mask is here to help you deliver that dramatic flair. Even after Halloween, this mask is a chic choice to any outfit that almost makes wearing masks worth it. Mix things up with a marble moss green mask and you will definitely stand out in the crowd.
UNDER THE SEA
Halloween is the perfect time to live out our aquatic dreams! Immerse yourself in the sea with our Blue Swimsuit Lycra mask. Painted with vibrant watercolors, you can become that dream mermaid swimming up towards the surface. Our kid’s turtle sea mask brings their mermaid costume to life with an adorable turtle pattern. Embrace that underwater fantasy with masks that help your mermaid glimmer underneath the Halloween moonlight.
From the little monkey who used to climb over bannisters, the cheetah who ran ahead of the pack and immediately got lost, the zebra who’s always making a fashion statement– Bootypacks has masks for every inner-animal. Our Neon Leopard Print mask is a stylish knock-out, with a print that pops in the night. And our Rainbow Tiger mask will bring the heat with its bold animal pattern. If you’re looking for the ultimate 2020 niche costume– Joe Exotic– look no further than our tiger mask that brings the dazzle to disaster. Let the mask do the talking for you with striking animal prints and colors that roar.
The classic, reliably adorable choice: Minnie Mouse. Embrace that ageless, polka-dot cuteness! You can find her classic red polka dot mask at Bootypacks for the perfect costume (also useful for everyday cuteness).
Dress up and ride out towards the Wild West in style. Our Brown Cow Print mask gives your cowboy costume the classic edge of the cut-throat desert. Gut the other cowboys with a look that awes them into tumbleweed silence. And for kids, our plaid mask fits right in at the western saloon, while also being a style chameleon that elevates any costume. Our masks are here to help you on any adventure.
And finally, a favorite of Bootypack’s founding designer Michelle Van Der Water: historical black icons. Now is the time to celebrate all things Black such as the Black Panther movement and 70s film classics – from Foxy Brown to Rudy Ray Moore, played recently by Eddie Murphy in Dolemite is my Name– and even throw in the modern day characters from the Marvel franchise. Bootypacks is here to help you make a powerful statement that’s long overdue with our signature Black Lives Matter masks.
So don’t let face masks get in the way of your Halloween; instead, get inspired with our wide and colorful selection. No matter what time of year (or what kind of year), Bootypacks will always have just what you need to bring your creative vision to life.
Written by Kathryn Blessington (KTB)