Thursday, September 18, 2014

Halloween Adventure Women’s Costume

Halloween is fast approaching so I asked my oldest what she wanted to be dressed as. I got the response that I was expecting “I don’t know”. So when Halloween Adventure asked for me to check out one of their costumes I thought it was the perfect chance to get Mya to pick one.

She may be only 11, but she is very tall so we first looked at the Women’s Costumes. They have some really cute ideas and if I were able to walk this year and trick or treat with the girls I would buy the Wilma Flinstone one and pray for decent weather (probably not happening in WI). There is always next year though.

After looking through countless options Mya settled on Master Archer Women's Costume. I was a little surprised that she picked that but I went with it since, it is super cute. The costume comes with Includes hooded cape, tunic dress, gauntlets and belt. We decided not to order the boots seperate because she is only 11 and wouldn’t be able to walk in the ones on the site, so she is borrowing a pair of mine (a little big).

When she tried it on, she said it fit really well and is big enough that she can wear a long sleeve shirt under it. We haven’t decided if we are going to order the bow and arrow yet or not. Mainly because of walking, carrying her bag and holding her little sister’s hand.

Halloween Adventure definitely as all things Halloween. I think my favorite part of the costume is the hooded cape. I don’t know why but I just do. The material to make the cape and the main part of the costume looks great and feels great as well. It’s priced at $47.99, not cheap but not terribly expensive either. Most costumes at big box stores are starting at $40. In my opinion, you get a good deal when buying from Halloween Adventure.

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