Happy autumn everyone! Tis the season for; beautiful colors, cooler weather, cinnamon and pumpkin spice, and of course Halloween; which is why we are going to look at costumes today. Pets, Kids, and Adults love to dress up for Halloween (okay, so maybe some of the pets don’t love it, but you know we all love to see them in costume). Let’s start with our furry friends!
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Next, we will take a look at some of the popular children’s costumes this year! The go to’s are always super hero’s and princesses, but there are a few here to help mix it up a bit. My son’s favorite is the Jurassic world dinosaur costume. He seen this one in action last year, and it was hilarious to watch this kid walk down the street.
Finally, we will look at some adult costumes. We will start with the less scary, as some of the later pictures may be too scary for young children (or adults who dislike clowns and zombies).
I hope this post has inspired you to think about which character you’d like to portray this Halloween!
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