3 Trick or Treat worthy Resources for Kids’ Halloween Costumes!

Are you ready for another year of trick or treating with your kids?

Ready or not, the costume hunt is definitely underway. The decision process is never easy. Especially when your little one might still be too young to decide for herself! And let’s be honest: who’s got the time to sit down, design and sew a whole outfit in time for the 31st?

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So where to go for ideas for the perfect costume for your little ghoul?

If you’re hoping to provide your kids with something original, have a look at these 3 helpful sites to narrow down your search:

  • For cheap and easy concepts, Value Village has dozens of creative ideas on their website for Mom, Dad, boys, girls and even the family pet!
  • Parenting.com has listed more than 35 DIY costume ideas for kids this year on their website, each involving common household items so you don’t have to spend a dime or sew a stitch.
  • If you’re feeling ambitious, the queen of house and home, Martha Stewart, has listed some very unique and detailed kids’ costume ideas on her website.

You might have finally found the perfect costume, got it home from the store, and be disappointed to find it needs a bit of a sizing adjustment for your growing ghoul. Swing by any Browns location and one of our expert seamstresses or tailors can hem or re-size any fabric – no matter how detailed.

Have a safe and happy Halloween with your family!

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