How to Make a Princess Peach Costume

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How to Make a Princess Peach Costume
Any fancy pink dress will do for a princess peach costume. (princess image by Aleksander from Fotolia.com)

Princess Peach is a fairly basic costume. For the most part you are dressing as a standard princess, but just want to make sure you get the details of the costume right so people can tell who you are trying to represent. For some people this won't be an issue because they are dressing up in a group with people who are going as Mario, Luigi and the gang. The more detail you put into your costume, the more likely you will be recognised on your own.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Pink prom or bridesmaid dress
  • White gloves
  • Cardboard
  • Gold paint
  • Faux gemstones
  • Pink high heel dress shoes
  • White tights
  • Fabric glue
  • Glue
  • Blonde wig (optional)

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Find a fancy pink dress. Special occasion dresses for proms and weddings work best. If you don't have one in your closet, look for one at a thrift store or ask people you know if they have one.

  2. 2

    Glue a royal blue faux gemstone to the front centre of the chest of the dress. The faux gemstone should be about an inch diameter and preferably rectangle in shape.

  3. 3

    Cut a crown from cardboard. The crown should be smaller than your head. Princess peach wears a crown that is tiny in an exaggerated way.

  4. 4

    Paint the crown gold. Use a strong glue to hold the two ends of the crown together so that it is circular in shape. Glue a variety of gemstones around the perimeter of the crown, spacing them evenly about 1/2 inch apart. You can pin the crown to your head with hair clips.

  5. 5

    Put on the dress gloves, tights and shoes. If you don't have blonde hair, wear a blonde wig. Pin the crown to your wig or hair.

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