A bustle is a framework or pad attached to the backside of a woman at the waist and worn under the dress to keep the fabric from dragging on the ground.
Cosplay is dressing up as one's favorite cartoon, movie, or video game character. People who engage in cosplay often flaunt their outfits at conventions.
D.A. (Duck's Ass)
The D.A. (or duck's ass) was a hairstyle popular in the 1950. This hairdo contributed to the term greaser as the style required a substantial amount of gel.
Hand fans are used to cool and refresh a person by increasing air flow when waved back and forth and used for centuries by women as a fashion accoutrement.
Need to make a statement? French manicure is the way to go. Neutral color underneath, thin clean line of white at the tips. Voila! A real polished look.
The traditional garb worn by graduates from educational institutions. Typical color is black. The head gear is called a mortarboard.
A mask is worn on the face for many different reasons. A mask can hide your identity. Masks can be highly decorative when worn for ceremonial purposes.
A mullet is a hair cut where the hair is short in the front and long in the back, justified with the phrase: Business in the front, party in the back.
A sari is a traditional type of garment made of a long strip of cloth in. The sari is usually worn with a short blouse (choli) and a petticoat under.
Tie-dye is the process of dying an article of clothing or other material in a psychedelic multicolor organic pattern. Tie-dye became popular in the 1960s.