Costumes at Wholesale Prices with Wholesale Costume Club!

March 25, 2011

One of my favorite holidays is Halloween.  Growing up, we usually had a party, and decked the house out with Halloween goodies! I loved getting all dressed up and being creative with what I was going to ‘be’ for Halloween. 

We didn’t have a ton of money for Halloween costumes, so we got pretty creative.  I remember being a jelly bean jar – where my mom took a clear plastic garbage bag and cut holes for my legs and tied around my neck and then filled me up with colorful balloons for jelly beans.  I also went one year as a jukebox – where I had a cardboard box cut out for my head and arms and open at the bottom with tons of records and music notes on the box to make it look like a jukebox.  That year I couldn’t hold my own pillowcase for treats because my arms didn’t reach each other.

So needless to say, I love to go all out for Halloween.  So when I’m searching for kids Halloween costumes I want to find the best one, and at the best price.

I love the fact that Ethan was born the day after Halloween, so we will always have the excuse to have a Halloween party! They have the cutest boys costumes at Wholesale Costume Club, and they’re so inexpensive too!  They have wholesale prices, so you can get those costumes that you love, but at a much more affordable price.

Train_Engineer_CostumeMy son Andrew loves trains.  So when I saw this Train Engineer Costume for Toddler I knew it was the perfect costume for him!

 

Whoooo HOooooo!!

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The costume is perfect – it’s sized 2-4T and he is currently a size  2T, so he still has some room to grow, but fits perfectly now too.  It is such lightweight fabric that he could easily have some clothes on underneath if it is cold out (which so often it is in Minnesota on Halloween).  He looks so adorable in this costume, and loved that it was like a train.

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Do you and your little ones love Halloween? Do you start shopping early for it?  What do your kids usually like to dress up as?

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*This review is 100% my own and others opinions may vary. I was given product to review in exchange for sharing my opinions.

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