Thursday, April 19, 2012
Have you ever been to Costume Supercenter’s website? If you haven’t, you are in for a treat.! They have one of the biggest selections of costumes that I have ever seen!
It doesn’t have to be Halloween to wear a costume, so don’t think that.! Whether you want to dress up for a prank party, let your kid have the time of their lives just running around the house, or you want to get a way early start on Halloween, this is the place for you.
I had so much fun looking around. They have so many different items to choose from, and they are all so unique! I went straight for the infant/toddler costumes because what mom can resist?
They had quite the choice, I’m telling ya. They have the whole line of Disney costumes. The Little Mermaid, Minnie, Snow white, Mickey, Jack Sparrow, the whole pooh collection, and more. So, if your little one is all about Disney—look NO further. AND they are only $20- every single one!
They also have a great collection of boy costumes- Pirates, Firefighters, Dinosaurs, Cowboys, and Superheroes. Boys love playing firefighters, doctors, pirates, and everything in between. Why not fuel their imagination and buy them a costume to go with their imaginative play?
That’s what I did for Adisyn. Aidan already had a Spiderman costume from the previous Halloween that he still fit in and like to play with. The rapid growth of a infant to toddler, Adisyn was left out, so I searched until I found her the perfect costume!
They had so many different Girl Costumes, that it was hard to choose at first. I ended up getting her the Toddler Make a Wish Ballerina Costume, and I loved it. SHE did too. She was SO excited to see it unwrapped.!
Wishes Costumes are inspired by wishes made by children to the Make A Wish Foundation. This Toddler Make A Wish Ballerina Costume features a pink ballerina dress with a tutu, a pink dance panty, ballet slippers with ribbon ties, a sparkly tiara, a pink rose bouquet, an invitation note, a show poster and a ballet guide. These costumes are designed for imaginative play and come with a costume, a booklet and other key accessories. With all these accessories you child can pretend that she is the lead ballerina in a dance performance. She can send an invitation to her show and receive a bouquet of roses when she takes her bow. Let this costume fulfill your child's wish of being a real ballerina.
The show poster and ballet guide were in full detail and looked amazing! She looked So cute in it. She did end up getting it dirty, but it wasn’t hard at all to get clean. I just stuck it in the sink with some cold water, put in some laundry detergent, and swished it around.
You aren’t supposed to twist these to get the water out, so I bunched it up in a small ball until all the water came out, then hung it up to dry. These are NOT meant to be put in the washer OR dryer. They will fall apart.
Isn’t that Ballerina so adorable? Yea, she thought so too. LOL. She is so funny and I am glad that I could feed some creativity into her life! I love that little munchkin!
Be sure to visit CostumerSuperCenter.com for all your costume needs! Trust me, you will not be disappointed!
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Disclosure: This isn’t a sponsored post, all opinions are 100% my own. I did receive products in exchange for an honest review.
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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.