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Halloween Costumes Ideas For Kids and Kids at Heart

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Posted: Sep 7, 2018 at 12:32 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

It’s that time of the year again when children and children at heart are preparing for the upcoming trick or treat Halloween celebrations in October.

Psychology Today said that Americans have spent close to $7 billion on costumes, themed parties, and on haunted houses and limousine tours for their Halloween celebrations.

If you are one of them, you might already have costume ideas for your children and friends for Halloween. But here are some more ideas that will help you choose.


The wild, wild, west theme doesn’t get old. You can show off your cowboy moves in your best straw cowboy hat, boots, and buckled belts when trick or treating. A.A. Callister has straw cowboy hats for both men and women, so you can dress up with your little cowboy or cowgirl.

You can use Toy Story’s Woody as your guide. All you need is that checkered top and neck scarf to go with it. A cowboy costume is easier to find for both boys and girls, as many western stores have many accessories for any age.


But what’s the fun of trick or treating if you can’t pull off a scary costume? The more frightening costumes often have the better chance of getting the attention and candies.

For parents who want to save on expenses this Halloween, you can always look for alternative ways to create a scary costume. Look for easy to make costumes on Youtube and Instagram to make the scariest but affordable costume.

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Superhero costumes are also popular these days, so your kids would still love to wear the costume of their favorite superhero. You can always buy costumes online or even create your own with some creativity, crafting materials, and time.

If you don’t have a lot of those, you should go to your local costume shop or go shopping online so you’ll bring out the superhero in your children.

Halloween may seem like a commercial holiday, but it’s also a time for fun, friends, and food. Activities like these develop social skills, storytelling skills, and creativity. Make it a time to meet the neighbors, walk the streets with your family, and a time to remember Halloweens past.

Happy trick or treating!