Mardi Gras, or Carnival, has become a worldwide (definitely non-religious) party time, especially in New Orleans. The traditional Mardi Gras colors are bright green, gold, and purple, and the fleur-de-lys symbol figures prominently in decorations. Masked balls are held, many incorporating harlequin themes.
Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) was originally the day before the Christian Lent begins. Traditionally, households feasted on fatty foods in preparation for the austerity of the forty days before Easter. This year, Mardi Gras is celebrated on February 21st.
Ghostraven Professional Attire offers a collection of Mardi Gras clothing pieces for ladies and gentlemen. Please visit our market cart at Love & Camouflage, as well as our main shop in Caledon and our Marketplace shop, to see what’s new. Laissez les bon temps roullez!