Halloween Costumes For Kids Can Be Inexpensive: Tips For A Cheap Halloween

Priced at .99 this costume will have people talking all night about how great you look! The costume is officially licensed by Universal Studios and includes Latex Headpiece, Jacket with Inset Shirt, Pants and Shoe Covers! The only thing you need to add is a little makeup here and there. The item number for this plus size costume is U17318 and fits men in a 44-50 jacket size.

Now, over thirty-five years after their forming, models of the band’s costumes can be worn for any party costumes. Anybody can wear these fun costumes, no matter what their age. KISS costumes for kids can get fairly expensive. Prices range from fifty to eighty dollars. These amazing costumes are the real deal, though. Coming in sizes of small, medium and large, the costumes could not be anymore legit.

Imagine the laughter and fun as your child goes trick or treating saying “Me want Cookie” or “Me want candy” as his Sesame Street counterpart might say.

To make a cheap and easy Little Orphan Annie costume for your little girl, search your closets and you may just find almost everything you need. Chances are, if you have a daughter, you probably have a red dress, black shoes and white socks. And in your toy box, you will most likely find a sandy colored stuffed dog. Now, all you need to purchase is a red curly wig and soon you will have designed an adorable Little Orphan Annie Halloween costume on a budget. And if dad wants to participate in the festivities, stick him in a suit, put on a bald cap and call him Daddy Warbucks!

Most kids will want to be the good guy. They will want to use the light side of the force as a Jedi or fight for the Rebellion cause. Then there are the toddler’s who have naughty streak and revel in the opportunity to be a little nasty. This is the toddler that is going to want to be the Dark Lord of the Sith himself, Darth Vader! It will be a pretty funny juxtaposition when your smiling toddler gets into the black costume of the Darth Vader (just be careful not to teach them the dark side!). They will love being the villain, while you can play the Emperor and toddler Vader as your apprentice. Or you could even pretend to be a Jedi while they pretend to be your enemy, despite all the giggles and smiles.

Little hands will reach out for candy from within the sleeves of Batman and Spiderman. Oh and Superman will be there too. He won’t fly in, but toddle up to the door clutching his pumpkin to be filled with candy. Only wrapped candy is acceptable these days.

What if your kid wants to go as somebody scary? Well, you could dress them up as Dracula, a clown, or a devil. Shopping malls also have Halloween masks and supplies which you could use to assemble the whole look. You could get plastic fangs, a colorful and bushy wig, or a fork if your child decides to go as any one of those.