Bram Stoker's Dracula Costume for Cosplay & Halloween 2019

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How to Dress like Dracula from 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula - DIY Costume

Gary Oldman's version of Dracula is considered to be one of the iconic Dracula looks of all time. The look is eye-catching. Dracula has white hair with a heart-shaped style, pale skin, and long nails. He wears a long white nightgown and topped with a silky long red coat. Go through our item list to see what you need in order to create this creepy look!

Bram Stokers Dracula Cosplay & Costume Guide
# Item Description
1 Men Long Robe Nightgown Look for a plain white or beige robe or night gown to wear.
2 Long Red Robe Top your nightgown with a long red robe made of silk or satin.
3 Queen of Hearts Wig Get a queen of heart wig (yes, the one from Alice in Wonderland.) to wear to recreate the heart shape of Dracula's hairstyle.
4 White Temporary Hair Color Spray Since the original color of the wig is red, you're going to need to spray it with a white temporary hair color.
5 Long Sharp False Nails Get a set of demonic long false nails and attach them to your real nails by using nail glue.
6 White Body Paint Paint your face and hands in white color to recreate Dracula's pale skin.
7 Vampire Fangs Costume Add in the costume vampire fangs ti create a dramatic effect.
8 Leather Sandal For footwear, pick up some vintage looking sandals that you like.

About Dracula

Dracula, played by Gary Oldman, is the main protagonist in the 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula, the film adaptation of one of the classic literary work, Bram Stoker's Dracula. Father of all vampires, Dracula is written to be a centuries-old vampire who is powerful and known by those who read the book or see many version of movies alike.

In the movie, Dracula sets his foot in England to go after and seduce a woman named Mina Murray, whom he believes a reincarnation of his long lost true love in the past whose name was Elisabeta. At the same time, the lord of darkness plans to widespread the chaos and death throughout England.