Ideas for Dressing Up as a Policewoman

Written by bridgett michele lawrence
  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share
  • Pin
  • Email
Ideas for Dressing Up as a Policewoman
Dressing like a policewoman can be fun and sexy. (Rauchender Colt image by Angelika Bentin from Fotolia.com)

Playing dress-up is fun for children and adults. Dressing up is a staple of Halloween, but it's also utilised in costume parties, plays or to spice things up in the bedroom. A popular costume is that of the policewoman. You can use items from your own wardrobe to create this look.

Other People Are Reading

The Beat Cop

Create this simple look by wearing a pair of navy blue or black slacks, black belt and a button-down blue shirt. Wear navy blue or black boots or loafer shoes and a navy blue or black blazer. To add authenticity, buy a badge, toy gun and toy baton and you'll be ready to walk your beat in no time.

The Naughty Traffic Cop

Spice up the traditional policewoman uniform by adding a sexy flare. Begin with a pair of fishnet stockings. Over those, wear a short, black miniskirt or short shorts. Wear a button-down blue shirt, but rather than buttoning it all the way, leave a few buttons open at the top and bottom. Tie the bottom of the shirt under your chest to reveal your midriff. Accentuate your legs with sexy, black thigh-high boots or stiletto heels. Add shades, a policewoman's cap and a notepad filled with naughty citations for the final touch.

The Sexy Detective

Create this straight-from-"Law and Order" look with a few pieces you probably already have in your closet. Wear a pair of form-fitting grey, black or navy blue trousers. Couple that with a form fitting V-neck sweater revealing just enough cleavage to stop criminals in their tracks. Finish this outfit with heels or boots. Add a holster, badge and toy gun, and you will be ready to solve the case.

Don't Miss

Filter:
  • All types
  • Articles
  • Slideshows
  • Videos
Sort:
  • Most relevant
  • Most popular
  • Most recent

No articles available

No slideshows available

No videos available

By using the eHow.co.uk site, you consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie policy.