Bad Sandy Costumes from Grease

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bad sandy costumeIn 1978, the classic musical Grease projected onto the movie screens to introduce fans to the beautiful and talented Australian star Olivia Newton-John, making her transition from singer to actress by playing her memorable role as the sweet “girl next door” Sandy Olsen. Today movie and musical fans still fondly remember her charming character turning into “Bad Sandy” for the classic final musical number with Grease lighting Danny played by John Travolta. You can celebrate this nostalgic timeless classic film by dressing up in your own Grease Cool Sandy costume for Halloween!  This is an official deluxe Bad Sandy jacket from the movie Grease, featuring the T-Birds logo in the back matching Danny’s jacket. This jacket has three faux zipper pockets, stand-up collar, long rolled up cuffed sleeves, and faux belt This is great for Halloween parties or any Fifties plays. It is available in women sizes small to x-large!

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Cool Sandy WigIf you are fan of the on stage theatrical version of Grease, you know that the character’s real name is Sandy Dumbrowski!  So choose your favorite Cool Sandy outfit for your next music number. These 50’s Grease movie costumes are always selling out each season so you want to get your best sale bargain now! Check out the best sale prices for these Sandy Dumbrowski costumes! You can also get a blonde wig so you can look just like Olivia Newton John’s Sandy. Like Olivia Newton-John said in the movie, “You better shape up if he’s the one that you want!” Revisit the 1950’s and your favorite movie with this outfit! Sandy wears her cool black ’50s greaser girl outfit to catch the attention of Danny Zuko in their final musical scene in the movie Grease. These Grease Sandy costumes are also great for Fifties musical plays which are popular among schools and community theaters.