Style Guide: Dracula and The Vampiress

There are distinct variations from the modern and classic vampire costumes. The Vampire costume has changed over time since the classic Dracula film (1984) and has been modernised in pop culture with a more sleek look as seen in movies such as Twilight and series True Blood.





The 18th Century Vampiress

It’s time to summon the vampires in this 18th Century Vampiress dress. It will definitely make a statement at any party, become The Queen of Vampires, this costume will demand attention. It is a full length ball gown with a petticoat and comes complete with a choker.

Queen of all Vampires




The Sexy Vamp

Pam from True Blood is the ultimate sexy and sassy vampire. She is fiercely loyal to her Maker and has a kick-ass bad attitude. Pam usually wears classy yet sexy clothes. To get her look wear a black or red corset and style with a tight black pencil skirt and some fishnet stockings.



Sexy Vamp Accessories





1. Eternal Darkness Vamp Womens Costume

2. Coagulated Blood

3. Goth Glovettes Lace

4. Red Lipstick

5. Wet Look Vamp Corset with Removable Collar

6. Black Lace Up Steam Punk Womens Boots

7. Small Custom Vampire Fangs


The Count

To become the ultimate Count Dracula you will need a cape with a high collar, cane and vest. The Gothic Vampire Deluxe Costume is a classic Dracula outfit which includes all the essentials; a stylish  crafted cape and a vest with attached shirt, medallion and gloves. Complete the look by smoothing your hair back with gel, add some white face powder and vampire fangs, you are now ready for a bloody good night!


Gothic Vampire

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