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Wholesale Halloween Costumes Review

I tried out Wholesale Halloween Costumes for my daughter this year.  I couldn't have been more happy with their selection on toddler costumes!  My daughter looked through the site and picked the Disney Alice in Wonderland Costume.  I ironed it, then straightened her hair and she looks just like a little Alice :):)  And after Halloween she'll have another addition to her dress up selection.  So for me Halloween costumes are well worth the money.  This costume costs $32.30.  It comes in sizes Toddler 3-4, Small, and Medium.  It also came with a white ruffle petticoat and the headband!  All ironed really easy on the lowest setting.

The costume came exactly how we expected and my daughter is now super excited for Halloween. :)  The quality of this costume is great!   I don't feel like it will fall apart after the big day.   I need to find one for my son now.  I love that a lot of the costumes are made warm so that the kids won't freeze or have to wear a coat under their costume.  I guess it just depends on where you live.  Here are some other costumes I really liked:
Infant Toddler Elvis Romper Costume: $15.50
Yoda Infant Toddler Costume: $15.50
Disneys Child Belle Costume: $16.30

Wholesale Halloween Costumes also has Adult Costumes, Accessories & Makeup, Masks, Wigs, and even Pet Costumes. :)  I really liked the selection and they have a flat rate shipping rate of $5.90!  They also have same day shipping if you order before 3 pm EST.  If your heading to Halloween parties this year, check out their Couples Costumes:

Princess Leia Couple
Women's Olive Oyl and Popeye Couple

These costumes are sold separately but it gives you an idea of what is available.
For those of us who can't, don't have time, or choose not to make your own Costumes for Halloween...Wholesale Halloween Costumes is a GREAT alternative.

Disclosure: I received above costume for review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.
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