Still Looking For A Halloween Costume? Here’s One For Just $1.6M

This million dollar costume comes with head to toe diamonds.

This million dollar costume comes with head to toe diamonds.

Some people might rummage through their closet or head to the local Halloween pop-up store for a clever, or sultry costume to prowl the streets in. But apparently someone might just go a different route, shelling out more money for a costume than many consumers would pay for a house – or two, three, four, five, or more houses.

CNN Money reports that MorphCostumes created a $1.6 million morphsuit encrusted with 70,000 diamonds for anyone who wants to class things up this Halloween.

The suit, which is currently locked away in a vault in London, takes on morphsuit’s typical skin-tight spandex form that covers the entire body from head to toe.

Officials with MorphCostumes says the costume is a “bit heavy” and can be hard to see out of, you know because diamonds aren’t completely see-through.

“It’s probably not the most comfortable of our offerings, but if you roll the head part down, you can still be covered 90% in diamonds,” Gregor Lawson, co-founder of the company says.

The dripping in diamonds costume is just the latest in the company’s high-end “WTF” line, CNN Money reports.

If bling isn’t your thing, the company offers Overkill, the giant zombie-killing robot costar that promises to then the person underneath into “a living legend.” That over-the-top costume, which comes with laser effects and LED lighting, is a bit more affordable at $25,000.

If you’d rather spend money on candy than the costume you’ll wear for a few hours, MorphCostumes has more than 300 other costumes ranging from $30 to $45.

This Halloween costume costs $1.6 million [CNN Money]

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