Forum Novelties Women’s Medieval Lace-Up Costume Gown

Forum Novelties Women's Medieval Lace-Up Costume Gown

  • Medieval period costume dress
  • Pair red velvet gown with Forum’s Medieval Lady Chemise for a gorgeous costume in seconds
  • Wig, headpiece, and chemise available separately from Forum
  • Standard size fits most women with a 34 to 38-inch bust and 26 to 32-inch waist
  • Look to Forum Novelties for all your Halloween, bachelorette party, Easter, Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick’s day supplies

For more than 30 years, Forum Novelties has been a leader in the costume industry, as well as the joke, trick, magic, and novelty gift item business. Forum offers over 8,000 items to choose from, ranging from baby costumes, to adult and plus-size costumes, to pet costumes. Look to Forum Novelties for all of your Halloween, luau, Christmas, Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick’s day supplies. From funny to frightening, Forum has it all.

List Price: $ 34.99


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