Regardless it is a themed or not themed hen party in liverpool you are having, no hen night should be spent without hen party accessories and outfits, because otherwise you’d deprive yourselves of the fun you are supposed to have on such an occasion.
In fact, a hen party is by no means less of a unique occasion than the wedding party to follow. And, if the white wedding gown and veil have outlived the virginity prerequisite, there should be an explanation. Is it not because the wedding party would be no fun at all without its clothing specificity, which makes of it the unique event of a lifetime?
In other words, whereas the true specificity may become obsolete with the development of society (virginity in case of wedding parties, sexual freedom in case of hen parties), the external one may survive, especially in a materialist society like ours, in which most celebrations (public holidays, beer festivals, and so on) have been created by people as entertainment occasions on which they could have fun. In this context, if you perceive the hen party as one of those, hen party accessories and costumes are absolutely necessary, no doubt. The entertainment goal gives the hen party the meaning that has historically disappeared.
If what you have always wanted was to perform on a scene, but you haven’t because of your timidity, on your hen party night, you can definitely do it, given that only your girlfriends are to witness your original public appearance. You are sure to have a lot of fun if sporting a black tutu and a white boa and dancing sensuously, while moving those long false eyelashes of yours. Or if your fancy is to sing and dance like Disney’s Snow-White, you just have to put on a red and white velvet dress over your tutu and a long black wig to highlight your fair skin, without missing, of course, the cherry gloss for your sensuous lips.
In short, with only your girlfriends to see you, you could get rid of your inhibitions and wear the funniest outfits of your enduring dreams, feeling entertained and entertaining the others because, after all, that is the reason why events like this have survived in liverpool so far.