Teddy Boy Costume

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Teddy Boy Costume

The Teddy Boy style swept through Britain in the 1950s, bringing back the Edwardian style of men’s clothing but with a definite twist. Pants were tight, jackets were a bit longer and colourful, thin bootlace ties were worn and socks, often white, peeked out under the ankle length trousers. Brightly polished Oxford or suede “Creeper” shoes, named after a popular dance, rounded out the look. He kept a comb on him at all times in case his bouffant slicked hairstyle with sideburns fell out of place.

We stock everything needed to create this iconic look with jackets in a variety of colours, bootlace ties, and creepers and of course the wigs and sideburns.

Shivy Adnams
We hired two beautiful costumes from express yourself, i will be coming back again! lots of people made comment about how good out costumes were
Lucy Gwyn
Brilliant, friendly, helpful service, we've used this place a few times and will happily come here time and time again! Thank you!
Camilla Johnson
This is a great shop. They have every costume imaginable or will advise on creating a unique costume from their extensive range! Really helpful too.
Tamsin Parker
Such brilliant service and wonderful costumes! Will definitely be doing more business with this lovely company!
Helen Webb
Hired Olaf and it was great! Service was excellent and welcoming/friendly staff. The process could not have been easier. Thank you.