Stands out for its authentic astronaut design that features a durable visor helmet and NASA logo. Jumpsuit is made of quality material. Available in a range of sizes for ages 5 to 12.
Helmet pieces are difficult to put together. Sizes run small, so ordering up in size may be necessary for a proper fit.
Super cute pumpkin costume that includes a hat and pumpkin basket for stashing treats. Material is soft and comfortable for hours of wear. Sizes fit kids ages 3 to 10 years old.
Rare quality control issues noted, including missing pieces and holes in the fabric.
This 3-piece combination costume is easy to put on and take off. A good option for small kids, as it's designed to fit a wide variety of sizes in the younger child range (3 to 4 years).
Build quality of the costume is less than ideal. Velcro can come loose at times.
This Wonder Woman costume design is age-appropriate for kids around 3 to 10 years old. The fabric isn't itchy and is comfortable to wear for long periods of time.
Large sizes for older kids run on the smaller side. Refer to measurements for the best fit.
Nicely constructed gown with blue satin-like material and sparking embellishments. Accessories include a tiara, scepter, gloves, and jewelry. Choice of sizes that fit ages 2 to 9.
Material is fairly delicate and may develop tears with normal wear. A few little princesses found it a bit itchy too.
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Finding the perfect Halloween costume for your child can be a challenge. If you buy too early, their current obsession may change before the holiday arrives. Wait too long, and the options are limited. If you choose to go with a favorite television or movie character costume, look for one with good eye holes and plenty of ventilation. You’ll also need to watch for long capes, which can cause trip hazards. Classic occupational costumes – like firefighters and astronauts – are also a popular choice. Some children may prefer an animal costume or something more unique. Whatever you choose, make sure the Halloween costume can survive a washing to remove dirt, crumbs, and chocolate before your child starts using it for dress-up.