Wishcraft by Chasing Fireflies offers upscale costumes worthy of a Broadway stage. Many of the costumes are priced higher than $50 with some are around $100. There are dragons, Marie Antoinettes, musketeers, golden rapunzels, kangaroos, giraffes, and even Medussa.
I didn’t have an issue with Aztec princess, Cleopatra, Japanese empress Lotus Blossom, but for some reason the Indian Goddess Durga costume, which features multiple fake arms, just struck me as wrong.
The magazine features a beautiful child-size Indian sari, which I think Indian children at school would appreciate and might be flattered by. But somehow the multi-armed Goddess Durga costume seemed in bad taste. Maybe because it’s a religious figure versus just a historical or cultural one?
I think if a kid showed up as Jesus at school or around the neighborhood some fur would fly. (They