Besides being a Diva/KO, or a ref or a ring announcer, there's one more job you might want to step into the role of for Halloween: camera crew! That's right - there are tons of them at every taping, even though we don't see them 'cuz we're focused on the ring. They get the awesome job of translating all that action to the airwaves. And becoming part of the crew is pretty simple. I can sum it up in three words: black on black! Yup..that's all folks. Ok, not quite ALL..but close :). Rule #2: comfort is key - no freezing your tush off and no blisters allowed. Rule #3: you need a camera. If you don't have one, a quick Google search will let you order a cheap one for under $35. Who cares if it works or not :)...it's just a prop. Rule #4: if you're out and about on the streets, I'd suggest something neon and reflective added to your outfit. It's not strictly camera-crew approved, but you def want to alive and mobile to enjoy all that candy, as opposed to being spatula'd off someone's windshield. #SafetyIsWinning. Rule #5: I'd spring for a badge. Get creative with photoshop and print one out. Make it a regulation rectangle and drape it around your neck with black yarn, black shoelaces or some such, as if it is a paper pendant. PS I've been thinking videographer here, but photoshoot photographer would work just was well. Follow Rules #2-5 (don't have to go with all black). And carry a binder of your previous work: portfolio...duh! (Hint: print a bunch of your fave Diva/KO pics ;) ) Hope by now you're inspired for Halloween!
And get ready for some more incoming inspiration as we get back to the fashion reviews by the bunch this weekend, including October FashionHaps.
Welcome to the place where wrestling & fashion join hands. #BeInspired #LoveFashion May the Fierce be with you! ;) Peace & Glitter!
Brie: shoe-lover :) fashion-lover and generally glamorous semi-dork
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