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Best Jackie O Halloween Costume Guide
Jacqueline Kennedy, known later as Jackie O, is more than an iconic symbol that we all grew up respect and love! Even if you don’t remember her as the First Lady, you’re sure to recognize her name and the impact she had on the United States. Jackie O was a symbol of beauty, intelligence, class, and pure elegance! Get the look of the former First Lady of the United States with this Jackie O costume guide.
You can adorn the look of Jackie O with a red Wool Skirt Suit, a matching Wool Cadet Hat, White Gloves, and a pair of nude colored Women’s Heels. Jackie was usually seen wearing a Pearl Necklace and matching Pearl Earrings, so be sure to add those to the look to pull it all together to match her timeless style!
Jackie O Cosplay Costumes
There aren’t too many other First Ladies that people choose to dress as for Halloween or cosplay, but Jackie O’s iconic style is one that will continue to be popular every year! The best part about her style is that it never goes out of style for being so classy and elegant. You can find her timeless wool suit, hat, and gloves online or possibly in a thrift shop! You may already own a pair of heels, a pearl necklace, and pearl earrings, so look through your closet and jewelry collection before spending more money! Put all of the items together to dress as one of the most beloved first ladies there ever was!
Of course, if you’re looking for a couples costume then you need President John F. Kennedy as your second half! Get your brother, friend, or other half to dress as JFK to make a timeless couples costume! Send us a picture to show off this presidential look in the Jackie O costume gallery!
About Jackie O
Jackie O was born in 1929 as Jacqueline Lee Bouvier. Her father was a New York stockbroker and her mother was an equestrienne. This formed Jackie’s love horses and the skill of riding them. Her mother and father wanted Jackie to grow up and develop her own mind, intelligence, and accomplishments. Jackie attended highly prestigious schools and graduated from college with her B.A. in French Literature. In 1952, Jackie met a charming young man at a dinner party, and his name was John F. Kennedy.
John and Jackie had three children together, but one of them didn’t survive. The two were married for ten years until John F. Kennedy was assassinated with Jackie sitting right next to him. Jackie kept a brave face through her husband’s passing, and she informed the nation of what an excellent image JFK had given to their lives. Jackie continued to help the nation grow until she passed away in 1994 from cancer.