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Music Industry Mystery Party Character Costumes:
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This is one of the most flexible costume categories, since there are no limits on what a person in the music industry can or will look like. 

POP STARS: can wear another band's rock t-shirt and jeans on up to a glitzy catsuit costume or ripped jeans and a blazer - it's anything you want, actually.  At the end of the day, dress for being on stage - what would your inner pop star want to wear for your fans?  A butterfly costume? Why not? There is no right or wrong.  Add a fun diva headset prop, why not? 

ROCK STARS: just like pop stars above - there is no right or wrong. The typical rocker costume focuses on the '80s, as they were the most distinctive and fun, but you can dress casual in a t-shirt and jeans with maybe crazy hair or go for an all-out sequin outfit with platform shoes.  Or, you could always dress as your favorite inspiration, like a Jimi Hendrix look or maybe Angus Young-inspired and make it your own with accessories. 



AUDIO ENGINEERS: Wear any rock band t-shirt or hoodie with pants. Throw a pair of headphones around your neck, and you're good to go! You should be comfortable, as your character works long hours in the studio.  You can dress it up and wear a suit, if you wish.

RECORD LABEL EXECUTIVE: This character should be flashy and show they have money, as you are trying to attract talent to sign up for your company. Maybe wear a sequin suit with fake money flooding your pockets. And wear flashy sunglasses - why not? You should be a little less accessible to lock eyes with, as you are the scout and not vice versa. 

LOUNGE SINGER/CRUISE SHIP ENTERTAINER: I would default to the red sequin Jessica Rabbit-style lounge dress or any formal gown and a cheesy wig. You shouldn't be as polished as a pop or rock star—you should be more of a lower-budget and cheesier version. Or, for the guys, go for a cheesy leisure suit—maybe go for a 70's hippie vibe.

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