For your Bonnie Parker Halloween costume, you’ll need the following:
- Stretchy Ribbed Skirt
- Cropped 3/4-Sleeve Knit Cardigan
- Brown and Beige Neck Scarf
- Wool French Beret
- Short Light Blonde Airsoft revolver Bob Wig
- 6 Shot 357 Magnum
- Black & White Mary Jane Shoes
Costume for Clyde Barrow
For your Clyde Barrow Halloween costume, you’ll need the following:
- Brown Gangster Stripe
- Long-Sleeve Oxford Shirt
- Paisley Classic Tie
- Brown Fedora Hat
- Six Shot 357 Magnum Airsoft Revolver
- Black Oxford Shoes
How Bonnie and Clyde Wore Their Clothes
Dress like Bonnie And Clyde;
Outfit: In the 1967 movie Bonnie and Clyde, Bonnie wears a stretchy skirt, a cropped sweater or cardigan, a brown neck scarf, and a wool beret. Don’t forget a toy revolver and mary jane pumps that look old for your Bonnie Parker Halloween costume.
Clyde Barrow’s Outfit: Clyde’s outfit is a vintage gangster suit, a white dress shirt, a brown vintage tie, and a brown fedora hat. Don’t forget black dress shoes and a toy revolver for your Clyde Barrow Halloween costume.
Bonnie and Clyde Costume for Halloween
Bonnie and Clyde is a 1967 film that is loosely based on the lives and deaths of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, two bank robbers who roamed Central America during the Great Depression.
Bonnie and Clyde is also an important part of film history because it is thought to be the first movie from the New Hollywood era, which is often thought of as Hollywood’s second golden age. The movie broke rules that were common at the time, and its success made it possible for other movies to be made.
Cosplay Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde were an American criminal couple who travelled with their gang through Central America during the Great Depression. They were known for robbing banks, but they preferred to rob small shops or rural funeral homes. During the so-called “Age of the Public Enemy,” from 1931 to 1934, their actions got the attention of the American press and its readers. At least four civilians and nine police officers are thought to have been killed by them. Bonnie posed with a cigar for a picture that was taken from an undeveloped roll of film that police found in an abandoned hideout. The picture was shown all over the country. Bonnie smoked cigarettes even though she had never smoked a cigar. Jeff Guinn, a historian, says that the photos found in hiding made Bonnie look like a hero and helped make up myths about the gang.