Grayscale Costume for Halloween 2019

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Illusions are always a fun way to pass the time and entertain everyone around you. Why not make a simple illusion by coming as a grayscale person amidst all your colorful surroundings? Partner that up with vintage clothing and you will definitely look like a star from a silent movie.

The great thing about a grayscale costume is that you can choose however you want to dress up, be it a private investigator or a silent movie bombshell. The choice is yours! As long as you stick to black, white, and grey; you’re good to go! Here’s everything you need to look Grayscale.

How to Make Grayscale Women Costume

Grayscale Women Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Black Button-Down Shirt Look professional in you black button-down shirt.
2 Plaid Skirt A grey plaid skirt is both smart and fashionable.
3 Grey Tights Make your legs look grayscale with a pair of grey tights.
4 Black Pumps Don’t forget to wear your stylish black pumps.
5 Grey Face & Body Paint Men and women both should paint their faces and bodies a grey color to match the grayscale theme.
6 White Scarf Accessorize with a white scarf.
7 Black Hand Bag Put all your necessities in a black hand bag.
8 Black Beret Keep your hair in place with a black beret.

How to Make Grayscale Men Costume

Grayscale Men Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 White Dress Shirt A white dress shirt is a great option for your grayscale outfit.
2 Black Dress Pants Keep it simple with a pair of black dress pants.
3 Black Oxfords A pair of black Oxfords are a classic choice.
4 Grey Trench Coat Look like a private investigator with your grey trench coat.
5 Black Neck Tie Look professional with your black necktie.
6 Black Fedora Accessorize with your black fedora.

About Grayscale

In digital photography, grayscale images differ from one-bit tonal images in that they have multiple shades of grey in between black (weakest color) and white (strongest color). One-bit tonal images only have two colors, black and white.

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