Parlay 8's Not So Secret Diary: Why do we not like the word costume?

Parlay 8's Not So Secret Diary: Why do we not like the word costume?

Costume the prevailing fashion in coiffure, jewelry, and apparel of a period, country, or class an outfit worn to create the appearance characteristic of a particular period, person, place, or thing Halloween costumes a person's ensemble of outer garments especially : a woman's ensemble of dress with coat or jacket Garb (synonym is actually Costume) obsolete term : FASHION, MANNER a style of apparel outward form : APPEARANCE... View more
Parlay or Parley

Parlay or Parley

It is often asked what our company name means or where it comes from. First to answer that we must explain the difference between Parlay and Parley. Parlay is from the French word Paroli. It means to increase or otherwise transform into something of much greater value. Parley is from the Latin word for speech and means “to discuss terms... View more