Red Light Employee Costumes

There is still time to get the perfect costume for Halloween!

Here are some great costumes by our creative Red Light Vintage & Costume employees. Come to either our Broadway or University location & let them help you get the best look.

Go to our Facebook Page Photo Album to see even more fabulous ideas.

Photos added daily through Halloween.






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Remember The Classics – Monsters of Yesteryear

Whether it’s following a current trend, creating your own unique look or finding inspiration from the past, Halloween is fun and creative!

Being in the business of costumes & vintage, we of course, have a love for the past. Here is a little homage to some of the classic masters of horror. Let them inspire you. Come do your shopping at Red Light Vintage & Costume, where we can help you get the complete look.



This Halloween, let your inner monster show!

Sexy Elvis Never Dies

The warden threw a party in the county jail.
The prison band was there and they began to wail.
The band was jumpin’ and the joint began to swing.
You should’ve heard those knocked out jailbirds sing.
Let’s rock, everybody, let’s rock.
Everybody in the whole cell block
was dancin’ to the Jailhouse Rock.

The Original Miami Vicegator

A lot of costume parties are themed but if you want to stand out in the crowd an easy way to add new flair to a costume is to combine ideas.
For an 80’s party “Miami Vice” might jump into your mind, but how about adding a hint of Miami by being a gator?! You can rest assured you’ll be the only Don Johnson they’ll be talking about.

by Marion

Mad for Accessories

The essentials for the ladies in “Mad Men.” Heels, matching hat and bag. You’ve got to look your best if you want to make it in this business…


Preparing to dress as Don Draper for Halloween this year? Two things a mad man wouldn’t leave the house without: classy leather shoes and a trusty cigarette case.

by Marion

Mad for Men and Women

Mad Men is a hit TV show centered around the working men of an advertising agency in the late 50s-early 60’s. The attitude, the machismo, and the time warp this show provided wooed its fans. We easily recreated the look with authentic vintage attire we carry every day.

by Marion