Fred Flintstone Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Fred Flintstone costume

Fred Flintstone Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
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1 Wig Although Fred Flintstone hairstyle is pretty common, you can use to wig if you have hair problems.
2 costume - cartoon version Fred’s outfit has remained the same since the 60’s. In short, it’s just an orange, sleeveless tunic freckled with spots resembling those of a big cat, like a leopard of sorts. To distinguish it from a dress, it comes with an aquamarine tie rustically cut out. No need to run to the store on your flintstone mobile, just click on the link to the left and you’ll find a nice replica.
3 costume - movie version Remember that time Fred became an important executive? This is the exact same outfit he was wearing. It’s essentially a variation of the original outfit with a more luxurious air to it. Its lapels are fashioned after a double-breasted suit jacket and while still a sleeveless tunic, it also has a couple of cuffs imprinted with the same pattern of the the suit. This set comes with the tie, a wig and shoe covers.
4 latex mask Whichever version of this outfit you choose, you could always complement it with a mask of the emblematic Fred Flintstone. if you want to go for the animated series version that is.
5 Big bare feet costume shoes As caveman from a “primitive” era in which shoes didn’t exist, it’s only natural that Fred and everyone around him would walk around on bare feet. Luckily, there are these slippers specially designed to make it look like big bare feet. This way you keep the costume accurate while still walking around with shoes.
6 Water Buffalo Lodge Let’s not forget Fred Flintstone was part of the Water Buffalo Lodge and part of his uniform was this blue headpiece in the shape of a buffalo head with yellow markings. It’s not an absolute must, but it’s bound to make true fans compliment you on your care for details.
7 Caveman club It’s unusual to catch Fred Flintstone holding a club since this cavemen society was quite advanced for their time and had no use for weapons…plus it was a cartoon for kids. But if you want to look even more like a caveman, shy not from carrying one of these.

What would Neanderthals look like if they were in the 50’s and 60’s? They would look like Fred Flintstone, an incredibly civilized cavemen ripped out of 50’s nostalgia mixed up with the Stone Age.

Instead loincloths and spears, Fred walks around with what could be described as an orange nightgown, presumably made out of fur, hence the black spots scattered all over. In addition, he complements his outfit with a blue tie with rough edges and depending on the day, he might even be caught wearing his Water Buffalo uniform, which is basically a blue bearskin hat with horns.

About Fred Flintstone

Fred is the head figure of the Flintstone family and the protagonist of the animated sitcom series of the same name. Back in the 1960’s, he was voiced by Alan Reed and then portrayed by John Goodman in the 1994 live-action movie The Flintstones. The story follows the funny mishaps of a working-class caveman in a modernized depiction of the Stone Age that is very reminiscent of the 1950’s suburban life.

He works as a “bronto-crane operator” for Slate Rock and Gravel Company, a mining company located at Bedrock City, where he lives with his wife Wilma and his daughter Pebbles. Moreover, Fred is an incredibly talented bowling player and so he frequents the bowling alley to show off his skills. Also of interest, Fred belongs to the Loyal Order of Water Buffalos, a fictional fraternity based on the Freemasons.

Finally, Fred has a bit of a temper and although he is friendly, he is known to have spurs of anger due to his lack of patience. Aside from that he can also be somewhat naive with a tendency to look for overly convoluted ways to solve the simplest of problems. At the end, Fred is a loving husband, father and friend.


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