Freddie Mercury was the frontman for Queen best known for his hits "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Don't Stop Me Now", and "We Are the Champions". Mercury was also well known for his stage performances and flamboyant outfits. If you're feeling courageous, you could try on one of the many form fitting leotards that he wore on stage.
- Smiffy's Boy Band Wig in Black $9
- Studded Arm Band Accessory $5
- Self-Adhesive Fake Mustache Set $1
- Red King Robe and Crown Costume Set $20
- Adidas Samba Classic Soccer Sneakers in White with Black Stripes $60
- Hanes Classic Tagless White Tanks $12
- Augusta Sportswear Baseball Pants with Red Piping $17
- Freddie Mercury Wembley Performance Yellow Jacket Costume $59
- Nady Center Stage Microphone with Stand $29
- Sequin Halter Top Romper in Silver $51
- Just One Sequin Leggings in Silver $18
- Harlequin Leotard in Black and White $87
- Sky Hosiery Harlequin Opaque Tights in Black and White $10
September 21, 2013 by Jaime
David Bowie took fashion to a new level when he unveiled his alter-ego Ziggy Stardust. Part rock star, part alien-being, it takes more than just a colorful unitard and elaborate makeup to pull off this look. You need the confidence to go along with it. Of course, it also doesn’t hurt if you can sing.October 20, 2014 by Amy
Mimi Bobeck (Kathy Kinney) made Drew Carey’s work life hell. If she wasn’t calling him names like Doughboy then she was coming up with pranks, like sending him to China while unconscious. You’ll have to have the same self-confidence that she does if you want to pull off her flamboyant look.
May 14, 2013 by Jaime
Slash has earned his title as one of the best guitar players in history — making it on several “Best of” lists in recent years for his riffs and solos. If there was a “Most Consistent Style” list he would easily rank in the top five. His look hasn’t changed much since his Guns n’ Roses days but hey, if you find something that works, why change it?