School Time Sadie from Living Dead Dolls

This is a variation of the original Sadie doll from the first series run of Living Dead Dolls, with this one being a school outfit.

Her eyes are a vibrant white, she has a red x on her forehead, her hair is the same style of long black middle part as the original doll, and she has black lipstick. The school uniform consists of a white turtleneck with a black ribbon worn around the collar, a black school blazer, a heather grey pleated skirt, white cuffed socks, and black t-strap mary janes. She also comes with a mini hatchet, a black shiny backpack, and a black journal.

John Carver from Thanksgiving

In the 2023 slasher film Thanksgiving, after a Black Friday riot in Plymouth, Massachusetts ends in tragedy, the mysterious serial killer John Carver comes to town. His goal? To turn the townspeople into a Thanksgiving carving board, using creating instruments such as a meat tenderizer and turkey slicer. Make your own creepy pilgrim mask to put the finishing touch on this costume.

Lulu from Living Dead Dolls

Lulu is from the fourth series of Living Dead Dolls, and the first roller skater out of the series, as well as the first without eyebrows, and with a tattoo.

She has very light pink high pigtails, reddish-gold eyes with black sclera ringed with red shading, a bruised looking red mouth, and pierced ears with small silver rings. Lulu wears an off-white shiny silky tank top with an attached tutu skirt, white knee high socks with red and gold banding with a bone sticking out of her leg, white and red rollerskates, a full arm cast, and a black ink tattoo on the opposite arm.

Sadie from Living Dead Dolls

Sadie is part of the first run of Living Dead Dolls, as well as the main mascot of the doll franchise.

She has long black hair worn in a middle part, heavily exaggerated eyebrows, dark lipstick, and white and black heterochromic eyes. Her dress is similarly styled to Wednesday Addams, and she wears rolled cuff white socks with black t-strap Mary Jane shoes. She comes with a coffin shaped purse, a knife, and a bouquet of black roses.

Inferno from Living Dead Dolls

Inferno is part of the fourth series of Living Dead Dolls, is the first doll in any series to have wings, and shares a death date with Aleister Crowley.

She has wavy, mid-parted, long ginger hair, with little black devil horns peaking out of it. Her eyes are a bright fiery red and yellow, and she has black lips. Her outfit consists mainly of a black robe with a tattered base, under which you can see hidden flames, her nails are painted red, and she has long red cotton socks, worn under black t-strap Mary Jane shoes. The look is finished off with large red devil wings.

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Rachel Lang from The Rage: Carrie 2

Rachel Lang (played by Emily Bergl) is the telekinetic teen who takes up the mantle of Carrie in the horror sequel The Rage: Carrie 2.  Rachel resides with her foster family, her mother having been committed.  When her best friend commits suicide, Rachel finds herself entangled with some of the most popular students at her high school, only for her to learn they took advantage of her and other girls at the school in pursuit of a twisted bet.  When her powers manifest, Rachel leaves a trail of carnage in her wake.  To recreate Rachel’s look from the film, you’ll need a dark wig, black tights, and black heels.  Her party dress is red with spaghetti straps and black, sparkly embroidery, so look for a sparkly red dress or one with a black lace overlay.  Lastly, draw her red heart tattoo onto your upper arm with an eyeliner pencil and use a black one to create the thorn-like markings on her face, neck, and arms.

Elaine from The Love Witch

Elaine is a character from the film The Love Witch, and is played by Samantha Robinson. The Love Witch follows Elaine, a witch who is trying to find a man to love her but makes her spells too strong and ends up killing them.

Elaine’s costume go perfectly with the campy 60s look of the film with lots of red and white lace pieces. She often wears simple red dresses, but when she goes to tea with her new friend, she wears a bright pink sun hat with faux pink flowers. She pairs this with a white dress that can be recreated with a white lace blouse and white flowy skirt with a gold necklace and her signature blue 60s eyeshadow.

Lottie from Living Dead Dolls

Lottie is part of the third series of Living Dead Dolls, and shares a death date with Sylvia Plath.

She has short black bobbed hair with bangs, black eyes surrounded by a mottled purple, and black lipstick. Her outfit consists of a shiny silvery-white raincoat that resembles a class pierrot outfit, black t-strap Mary Jane shoes, white cuffed socks, and she carries around a black lace parasol with silvery details.

Kitty from Living Dead Dolls

Kitty is from the second series of Living Dead Dolls, and is also semi-school themed like the Sadie in this set. Her inspiration is from the movie ‘Satan’s Cheerleaders’.

She has bright red eyes, black lipstick, and black hair worn in side pigtails tied in red ribbons. The cheerleader outfit consists of a red polo shirt with a black sweater over top, and a matching red and black split color pleated skirt. The look is finished off by white cuffed socks, black and red glossy shoes, and black and red pom poms.

Sybil from Living Dead Dolls

Sybil is from the fourth series of Living Dead Dolls, and her name is taken from the pseudonym used for Shirley Mason.

She has extremely messy flyaway black hair almost styled into a bob, black and grey shadowed swirly eyes, and green drips coming off of her mouth. Her outfit consists of a cream colored straight jacket with leathery buckle straps, a collar chain, and black pants to finish it off.

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