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Womens Mardi Gras Apparel

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Women's Mardi Gras Costumes & Attire

Banquets and balls and parades, oh my! It's time to start browsing our collection of Mardi Gras costumes for women ASAP because you have a lot of different events that need to be covered. Here's our take on the best outfits for all your festivities.

First up, you need something to wear to the parades. Even your favorite comfy jeans can start to chafe after a few miles of walking, so we recommend our bead themed leggings. These stretchy pants also make it easier to lunge after strands of beads like a bridesmaid going for a bouquet. It's like an extreme sport out there and we want you to be able to hold your own without ripping a seam. Obviously, our "Bead me and tell me I'm pretty" tank is the perfect top for parade watching since it makes you a target in the best sense of the word.

What about for the banquet? If it's not a super fancy dress code, then you should try to get away with wearing our "Let's get CRAY" top. Because it doesn't matter how fancy the soiree, the laid-back New Orleans vibe is about letting your hair down and keeping it casual. Just remember to BYOB (bring your own bib) because no one can be neat while eating swampland crustaceans with their bare hands. And this is one of those Mardi Gras costumes for women who want to eat all evening and still remain stain free.

Then there's the masquerade ball, where no one will be able to tell who you are behind that sparkly mask and Mardi Gras clothes. The cryptic message "On Tuesdays, we wear beads" can be part of your outfit for the evening. If it's cool weather, you can even wrap yourself up in a velvet purple robe and only open it at brief intervals to let people see the Mardi Gras shirt beneath. Whispering "The crawfish creeps at midnight" will add even more mystery to your act. That's perfect because our Mardi Gras costumes for women should always make people raise their eyebrows in bewilderment.

You may not be the Rex of the Mardi Gras parade, but you can be the queen of the festival anyway in our "Pardi Gras" top and "Bead Boss" leggings. These pieces layer well, so don't be afraid to add a gold tutu and a feather boa to this ensemble. If you are feeling particularly bold, balance a glittery coconut on your head. We don't recommend adding flaming torches to your outfit because feathers smell awful when they catch fire.

Finally, if you can't actually make it to NOLA for Fat Tuesday, you can still have a party at home in our "Beads or it didn't happen" tank while you watch it all unfold on TV. After all, with our Mardi Gras costumes for women, the spirit of the carnival will follow you wherever you go. So, slice that king cake and bring on the bourbon, because the Mardi Pardi is about to begin!