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REVIEW: BuyCostumes.com!


My kids love to play with dress-ups.  I was able to review a costume from BuyCostumes.com and I chose the above Chef Child Costume.  We have a play kitchen and this chef costume goes great with it.  My five year old prepares meals and serves my three year old.  I love pretend play and they are quite good at it now. :)  In fact there are a couple shows that both of my kids can reenact.  They put a play on for us last night..lol

The costume comes with a chef hat, chef shirt, rolling pin, pie server, meat cleaver, pan, strainer and a slotted ladle.  I also got a little gas stove.  Everything you need to whip up some pretend food. :)   The quality of this costume is great.  I feel like it will last for at least as long as both my kids can fit in it.


Here my daughter is deciding what to make.  In the next picture she decided to flip pancakes..lol  The hat is a little big for her now, but I just flip up the back and it stays on fine.

If one of my kids decide they want to be a chef for Halloween they can easily wear a coat underneath the chef shirt for added warmth for being outside Trick or Treating.  I don't like costumes where you have to wear a coat over it.  At least for the kids that do a lot of their Halloween celebrating outdoors.

BuyCostumes.com has frequent sales and a great selection.  Here are some more costumes/dress-ups that are available:



I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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