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    33 Disney Halloween Costumes For Both You And Your Kids

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    1. A Disney character onesie that'll double as pajamas once Halloween has come and gone., Amazon

    Promising review: "My son and I are going to be Mike and Sully for Halloween this year and this seemed like the perfect costume. It turned out I was right! It’s fuzzy, comfy, and fits perfectly. I’m between a women’s 14-16 and got a large. There’s still room for pants if it’s cold out. Plus, I can wear it around the house after Halloween as fun pajamas. Overall great purchase!" —LittleBee

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in unisex sizes S–3XL).

    2. A Mary Poppins costume you can count on to be ~practically perfect in every way~., Amazon

    Mary's signature bag unfortunately isn't part of this set, but you can find a similar one on Amazon. I'd recommend this bag because it's cute enough to use after Halloween.

    Promising review: "This item came with the skirt with elastic waist, white dickey with red ascot, jacket, hat and attachable flowers, and a parrot handle that slips over an umbrella handle. No actual umbrella is included. I like the outfit. It looks good. I love the look and it is exactly as advertised." —Lauren Alyssa Vandever

    Get it from Amazon for $35.96+ (available in sizes XS–XL).

    3. A Peter Pan costume that'll have your mischievous kiddo looking like they're ready to fly off to Neverland to join the Lost Boys.


    The set comes with a shirt, pants, belt, and hat.

    Promising review: "My son needed to dress as a storybook character for his school parade. I chose Peter Pan. The costume was authentic looking. It fit well. The top was of better quality than the pants." —AmoreCass

    Get it from Target for $19 (available in children's sizes 3T–8).

    4. A Bo Peep costume inspired by how brave and all-around AWESOME she was in Toy Story 4. This outfit includes a skirt that turns into a cape — a must-have for any adventurous kid this Halloween.


    This set is jam-packed! It comes with a blouse, bloomers, a headband, a skirt, an armband, a wristband, and a crook. The fact that the reversible satin skirt can transform into a cape is next-level.

    Get it from shopDisney for $54.95.

    5. Or an infant-sized Sulley costume that'll cause screams of delight from every home you approach for candy.


    Note: reviewers have noted this costume runs small, so size up to ensure your little monster has a perfect fit.

    Promising review: "This costume is absolutely adorable! I read from the other reviews that I needed to order a size larger so the 6-12 month size fit my 18lb 4-month-old son perfectly. It is thick and furry so we were afraid that he was going to hate it and be too hot, but as soon as we put it on him he got the biggest smile and started jumping around. The hat fit great and the detachable tail was easy to take on and off. If you order a size larger than you normally would then I believe you'll be very happy with this costume." —Mariah

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in sizes 6–18 months).

    6. A Mrs. Incredible jumpsuit you'll feel simply super wearing to all of your Halloween festivities this season., Amazon

    Promising review: "It fit great and was very comfortable due to the thin, movable material. I wore it all day to work. Anyone who saw me in it in person or on social media said I looked incredible ;)." —Jaclyn Watt

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95+ (available in sizes S–XL).

    7. A Forky costume your tyke will be delighted to wear this Halloween since it'll give them an excuse to shout "I AM NOT A TOY" while collecting their candy.

    Party City, partycity / Via

    Promising review: "Came with the masks, gloves, shoe covers, etc. Fits great. My son loves it. He's been ready to dress up since June!" —Party City Customer

    Get it from Party City for $29.99 (available in sizes 3T–10).

    8. A Stitch onesie that'll make you smile even when your kid is acting like an out-of-control alien experiment.


    Promising review: "This onesie is super soft, fluffy and ADORABLE. My almost 2.5-year-old daughter absolutely loves Lilo and Stitch and was so excited when this was delivered. It is perfect for her to run around in at home in the winter. It also has a double zipper so you can unzip to go potty without taking off the entire thing." —Valentina

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in sizes 3–36 months).

    9. A deluxe Jafar costume, so realistic kids might run from you in fear that you actually are "the most powerful sorcerer in the world."


    This impressive costume comes with a long tunic, a cape, a fabric hood, and a headpiece.

    Get it from Walmart for $76.98+ (available in sizes medium and extra-large).

    10. A Jack Skellington costume for the Nightmare Before Christmas fan who hasn't stopped singing "This Is Halloween" since last October.,

    Promising review: "Amazing costume! My little girl wanted nothing more than to be Jack Skellington for Halloween because Nightmare Before Christmas is her favorite movie. I couldn't find this costume locally, so thankfully Amazon saved the day yet again. She is 6 years old, but very tall for her age and wears a size 8 in clothing. I wanted the costume to be roomy enough to wear warm clothing underneath, as our forecast indicated it would be very chilly Halloween night. I ordered a size 10/12 and it was absolutely perfect. She was the only Jack we saw that night and she got a ton of compliments. We were thrilled! The costume was your typical polyester one-piece, but the front is really very well designed and it doesn't look cheap at all. It easily accommodated leggings and a long sleeve shirt underneath." —rotabega

    Get it from Amazon for $24.42 (available in children's sizes S–L).

    11. A Buzz Lightyear costume that'll take your kid's love for Disney ~to infinity and beyond~ this Halloween.


    Promising review: "Got this for my 4-year-old grandson — he loves Toy Story. I got him the accessories to go with it too, the goggles, wings, etc. He absolutely loved it, he was so excited he wouldn't take it off. I think he wore it everyday for the first week. This was a year ago and he still loves it." —dasher

    Get it from Amazon for $18.50+ (available in sizes 3T–8).

    12. A Maleficent costume you can wear to both Halloween parties and the premiere of the movie this October — Angelina Jolie's cheekbones not included.,

    This costume doesn't come with Maleficent's staff, but you can snag a similar one here!

    Promising review: "I ordered a good while before Halloween just in case it didn't fit or something was wrong with it, but it was perfect. The horns looked amazing, they came fastened to a cardboard card. The dress has large openings behind the arms, I think it's meant for wings so they don't show on the front of the costume. The neckline is a soft foam. The foam was a little creased from packaging but nothing sitting on a hanger couldn't fix. Overall I'm very pleased." —Shelby

    Get it from Amazon for $32.42+ (available in sizes S–XL).

    13. A Little Mermaid outfit designed to look just like the one Ariel wears while wishing Prince Eric would kiss her in the row boat. Sha la la la la la don't be scared you better be prepared go on and... get this dress!

    Hot Topic

    Promising review: "Super comfortable and light. It has a great design and looks exactly like it does in picture. A perfect dress for a nice yet casual Ariel cosplay. Sizing chart was accurate for me as a small and fit perfectly." —Katie_Kat_Yo

    Get it from Hot Topic for $31.42 (available in sizes XS–XL, 2X–3X).

    14. A replica of Anna's coronation gown that'll definitely bring a smile to any little one's face as they twirl around gobbling up chocolate (just like Anna!) all night long.


    Promising review: "This dress is so beautiful and my 2.5-year old loves it. She has barely taken it off since Christmas, except to shower and that's only because we have to force her out of it. She walks everywhere saying, 'I'm Anna' or 'It's coronation day' and often sings 'Let It Go' at full volume. She fully believes she's Anna and her fun is the best present. I'm planning on buying different styles and a backup to this dress. I'm fully impressed by this dress!" —Danielle Sulzer

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99+ (available in sizes 3 years–8 years and 13 styles).

    15. And an Anna costume for adults so you and your mini-me can match for your annual Halloween bash.

    Party City

    This costume doesn't come with the matching wig, but I highly suggest investing. It's so realistic it even includes Anna's token white streak! You can also get it from Party City.

    Promising review: "I would definitely recommend this for anyone who wants to be Anna! It was made very well and looks almost identical, with great detail in the dress! Loved it!" —Party City Customer

    Get it from Party City for $49.99 (available in sizes S–M, XL).

    16. A Mickey onesie to help your little one ring in their first Halloween as an official member of the Mickey Mouse Club.


    Promising review: "We used this as our little one's first Halloween costume and it was just so cute we kept putting him in it as long as it fit! Good quality and the screen printing held up well." —Gillman

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99+ (available in sizes 3-9 months).

    17. Or a glow-in-the-dark Mickey skeleton romper, so cute no one will have a bone to pick with you about dressing your baby up in it.


    Promising review: "I absolutely love how cute the romper looks on my daughter and it fits absolutely perfectly! Love my purchase!" —Anonymous

    Get it from shopDisney for $17.46 (available in sizes 3–24 months).

    18. A Beast costume, perfect for any kiddo who frequently bounces back and forth between acting like royalty and a growling little monster.


    Promising review: "Love this costume I am from Wyoming so our Halloweens are cold and we have to pick costumes that will be warm and will fit clothes under them. This costume is just right for that!! It unzips in the front so it's easy-on/easy-off. Such a cute little costume" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in sizes 3–24 months).

    19. A Tinker Bell dress that'll give you a reason to make a glittery mess of yourself and your friends while shouting "faith, trust, pixie dust!" before tossing a handful of sparkles in their directions.


    Promising review: "This is probably the prettiest costume I've ever purchased! True to size and fabric has some stretch, which makes it very comfortable! A very well made costume. I am obsessed!!!" —CT

    Get it from Torrid for $64.90 (available in sizes 14–30).

    20. Or a classic Cinderella costume you'll take one glance at and decide you need to bibbidi boppity buy it.,

    Promising review: "This costume is beyond beautiful! I purchased it to wear to my 4-year-old niece’s princess birthday party. And let me say, it was ab-so-lute-ly PERFECT! My niece and her little toddler friends thought I was a real princess! Honestly, I felt like a real princess! The costume runs small, but I still gave 5 stars because it just looked so darn fabulous! It includes the headband and choker, but DOES NOT include gloves, so be sure to order the gloves to complete the look." —Kay Cray

    Get it from Amazon for $48.99+ (available in sizes XS–4X).

    21. A Snow White dress that'll make your very own princess look like ~the fairest of them all~


    Promising review: "I purchased the Snow White dress for my almost 3-year-old granddaughter. It fit her beautifully, and she is thrilled. It is well made and will last her until she outgrows it. I also purchased inexpensive yellow ballet slippers, and a Snow White DVD. Now, my little Snow White gets all dressed up in her beautiful dress to watch her movie. We are both beyond thrilled." —AOKAST

    Get it from Amazon for $10.29+ (available in sizes 18 months–6 years).

    22. Jasmine-inspired pajamas you can pair with sassy pants and a delicate headband for a super comfortable Halloween costume.

    Hanna Andersson

    Get them from Hanna Andersson: pajama set for $48 (available in children's sizes 2–16), pants for $59.99 (available in children's sizes S–L), headband for $14.99

    23. An Ariel mermaid costume you'll want to make ~part of your world~ for Halloween and playtime alike.


    Get it from Walmart for $40.79.

    24. A costume you'll find extra a-peeling because you can choose whether you want to apply the facial features of Mr. or Mrs. Potato Head!


    This costume comes with one potato suit (ears attached) and detachable facial features including Mr Potato Head's eyes, nose, mustache, mouth and Mrs. Potato Head's hat, eyes, nose, and lips.

    Get it from shopDisney for $44.95 (available in children's sizes XS–S).

    25. A Rey costume that'll make you feel like a total Star Wars badass. You can wear it to a Halloween party but also to a Comic Con–like event. Win-win!

    Promising review: "Couldn't have asked for a better last minute Halloween costume! Have been talking about being Rey all year long so decide to go for it. Was absolutely not disappointed. Sized up as other reviewer's have said, and for a curvy athletic girl it fits perfectly. " —conlch

    Get it from Amazon for $32.17+ (available in sizes XS–XL).

    26. Or a Darth Vader costume complete with sound effects to let all of your fellow trick-or-treaters know your little Sith Lord means business.


    This costume includes a suit, mask, gloves, a belt, and detachable cape. When you press the button on the belt you'll hear eight different Darth Vader phrases.

    Get it from shopDisney for $34.96+ (available in children's sizes 3–13).

    27. An Abu baby costume, so cute you won't even mind if he tries to steal your bracelet right off of you or refuses to share a loaf of bread.


    Get it from shopDisney for $24.46 (available in sizes 6–24 months).

    28. A Finding Dory costume you won't likely find yourself forgetting about anytime soon.


    Get it from Target for $11.99 (available in sizes 6–18 months).

    29. A Frozen-inspired Elsa dress that'll leave you feeling jealous of your kid because it's THAT beautiful. Let it go — it doesn't come in adult sizes ;),

    This stunning five-piece set comes with the dress, a set of gloves, a tiara, a magical wand, and an attachable braid.

    Promising review: "I absolutely adore this outfit! I bought this for my oldest, who turned five in February. She just HAD to have a Frozen themed party. The dress looked amazing. As she waltzed through the Chuck E. Cheese (in slow motion, at that) kids kept gasping and whispering 'Elsa!' She beamed the entire party. I call that a success! It's been 6 months and she still has the dress, wearing it around the house (and to the store, when she wears me down) and I am surprised at how durable it is. Excellent product. I highly recommend." —WonderMom

    Get it from Amazon for $22.95 (available in sizes 3–9 years).

    30. A Donald Duck costume you won't be able to help but ~quack~ up over while watching your toddler waddle from house to house asking for candy.


    Promising review: "It's wonderful. My daughter is two years old and fits perfectly in this. It's comes with a Donald head, Donald body, yellow pants, and yellow duck slippers. There is also diaper access through buttons." —paulj

    Get it from Amazon for $32.99+ (available in sizes 6–18 months).

    31. A Beauty and the Beast–inspired gown that'll make your kiddo look like the ~belle of the ball~ whether she's trick-or-treating or celebrating at school with her classmates.


    Promising review: " This dress detail is absolutely gorgeous for the price. The material is soft and it looks like a real little princess dress. I can't wait to gift this to my daughter for her upcoming birthday." —Elizabeth Berger

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in sizes 2–13 years and 8 other Disney Princess styles).

    32. A Tower of Terror Bellhop shirt you'll enjoy wearing to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party or around your neighborhood for an easy, but creative, costume.

    HappyDressUpDay / Etsy

    Get it from HappyDressUpDay on Etsy for $44.95+ (available in men's sizes XS-3X).

    33. And Hocus Pocus costumes, because what is Halloween if you can't run amok, amok, amok dressed like your favorite witches?!

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    Get them from Spirit Halloween: Sarah Sanderson, Winifred Sanderson, and Mary Sanderson for $49.99+ each (all available in sizes S–1X), Dani Dennison for $39.99 (available in kids sizes medium and large).

    You, explaining to your kids why you're already planning both of your Halloween costumes:

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