Do You Have a License For That? Police Halloween Costumes
It’s time to bust out the handcuffs! This Halloween, you’ll be on everyone’s radar when you dress up as a sexy cop. Everyone loves a man in uniform and the sense of authority that just exudes from an officer, so play it up with some serious cop costumes. This article is all about the best ideas for a police Halloween costume, how to play the role of a police officer this Halloween, and fun ways to take your authority figure role from the party to the bedroom.
Police Costumes – How To
Your Halloween cop costume can be sexy, funny, or even straight and serious. Regardless of your cop style, any and all officers should never forget their handcuffs, the ultimate tool for restraining very bad girls. Keep reading for tips on how to pull off the different cop styles this Halloween.
- The Sexy Cop: There’s no question that police officers are sexy. As authority figures constantly putting themselves in the line of fire to protect and serve, their very essence exudes a heroic sexuality that’s almost too hot to handle. This is why that sexy cop stripper is such a common fantasy. For a sexy cop look, many costume retailers, like BuyCostumes.com, sell pre-made, high-end cop costumes that come equipped with velcro closures and hidden snaps for quick removal.
If you’re not into the stripper style, even just a basic police officer’s costume will ooze with sexiness and that trademark officer’s charm. Don’t forget your baton and aviator sunglasses for a truly authentic look.
- The Funny Cop: From Police Academy to Super Troopers to Reno:911, there are plenty of funny cop characters to dress up as this Halloween. Lt. Dangle, the popular Reno:911 character who always seems to be wearing an inappropriate uniform, is a quick costume to spot with his too-short shorts, “package enhancer,” aviators, and fingerless gloves.
- The Serious Cop: For a very serious (yet still very sexy) police costume, try going out this Halloween as a Canadian Mountie or a State Trooper. Heroic and stoic, these characters are sure to deliver the long arm of the law. Though you can certainly try making these costumes, it’s probably easier to purchase them from a local or online retailer. Both the Trooper and Mountie uniforms come with unique caps, epaulets, and riding pants that are hard to replicate with a sewing machine or trip to the thrift store.
Cop Prop Essentials
Don’t go out this Halloween without the following cop props: a pair of handcuffs – necessary for restraining criminals; a baton – handy for spanking naughty deviants; a packed pistol (fake, of course) – keeps the bad girls in line; and the badge – the crucial symbol of your authorit-or. No respectable police officer’s costume is complete without those four things.
Playing The Cop Part This Halloween
Like all men with power, you’re apt to abuse your authority or maybe go too far when it’s time to interrogate a suspect. Despite your hero character and dedication to serve, you should still definitely serve up some serious bad boy persona.
If you’re looking for a bit of fun with your partner, threaten to lock her up and throw away the key, offer to let her hold your ‘night stick,’ or let her know that you’re definitely packing tonight. By the time you get her home in the squad car, she’ll be begging for the handcuffs.
Remember, it’s illegal in many places to impersonate an actual police officer, so try to keep the cops and robber chases for the bedroom.
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