Broken Doll Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Broken Doll Costume

Broken Doll Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Classic Lolita Dress Don on a dark Lolita dress to look like a Victorian-era doll.
2 Toe Strap Ballet Shoes A pair of Mary Janes add an innocent aura to your otherwise creepy look.
3 Black Hair Clip Bowknot Accessorize with a dark hairbow.
4 Broken Doll Mask Look like a creepy old doll by wearing a cracked mask.
5 White Long Gloves Use long white gloves to get the ghostly pale complexion of a Victorian doll.
6 Black Lace Gloves Add pizzaz to your look with a pair of black lace gloves.
7 White Tights Pair your white gloves with equally white tights to really look pale.
8 Black Fabric Paint Use black fabric paint to add more cracked details to your body.
9 Girl’s Full Costume Set Transform your little girl into a broken doll with this costume set.
10 Women’s Full Costume Set Don’t worry about DIY-ing if you have this costume set handy.

Have you ever seen something scarier than a broken porcelain doll? Their unseeing eyes and cracked pale skin are the stuff of nightmares. No matter how intricately made or beautifully dressed they are, the lifeless look of a broken doll will haunt you for days on end.

Now imagine if you saw one walking towards you.

The Broken Doll is a classic scary costume you shouldn’t miss out on. She wears a dark Lolita dress, dark lace gloves, a dark hair bow, dark Mary Janes, and a white cracked mask.

About Broken Doll

Pediophobia is the fear of dolls which is classified under automatonophobia — fear of humanoid figures. People are made uncomfortable by dolls which bring up strange and unsettling feelings because they physically embody an actual person.

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