I loved the movie that Fabiola's costume is based on and she did a knock-out job recreating the character. Check out how she did it!
Dear Marisa, I have been following your site back when you were in the beginning of your journey and it's so exciting to see all you have accomplished and the huge amount of fans you have all over the world. After checking your site, I started shopping at garage sales and at Goodwill and was making all kinds of outfits that I get complimented on everywhere I go. People always want to know where I bought them so I would like to share my Halloween costume with you, since you inspired me to do so much more for less.
See how incredible her costume turned out using tons of garage sale/99 Cent Store goodies!
I got the jacket at a garage sale for $1 and dyed it purple (I watched your video on how to do it) and I cut an old dress that I was going to give it away to make the skirt.
I bought a 1/8 of a yard of fabric from the fabric store and made a scarf/tie with it and the gloves were a score from the 99 Cent Store. I had an old green t-shirt and found a pair of cheap purple leggings to complete the ensemble.
The makeup for 98 cents at Walmart and I got green hair spray to coat my hair. And TAHDAH!!!!
Let's put a smile on that face. Thanks for letting me share. Fabiola
This is such a great costume, Fabiola! You're channeling the Joker and it's cool, but creepy, yet awesome, and a little scary. You hit the Halloween nail on the head. And your cohort...that Batman costume is adorable. Can I go trick-or-treating with you guys? I'll have to whip up a Catwoman suit or Penguin!