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Costume SuperCenter Review

I can’t believe that summer is almost over. Hasn’t quite sunk in since we are homeschooling Jahnna this year and Colby won’t go back to school until after his brain surgery next week. With school starting I took the kids school shopping and saw Halloween decorations in the store already. Riley was excited but Jahnna was unimpressed. She is quite happy with the Halloween costume she has from The Costume Super Center. For once I am ahead of the game with one out of my three kids.

I was able to choose a costume from the hundreds available on the website. I thought about trying to find one for myself but I fell in love with all of the kids Halloween costumes. There was such a variety in the adult section and the kid sections. It was hard to choose just one to review. Lucky for them, it means I’ll be back for at least two other costumes before Halloween.

Jahnna chose the Juliet child costume. It is such a fun dress. Truly fitting for Romeo and Juliet. She loves the flowy arms and that the head piece has a veil behind it. She informed me that since she is 7 she is far too old for princess costumes this year but Juliet isn’t a princess. Of course I couldn’t help but roll my eyes at that statement.

Prices at the Costume Super Center are very comparable to other Halloween costumes. There is currently free shipping on orders over $40 with a code on the site. The selection was amazing and so much better than my usual last minute attempt to find a costume. The quality of the costume was good for the price. Jahnna will enjoy playing dress up in this dress for a long time after Halloween. If you want the best selection head on over there now before all the popular ones are sold out!

*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*


Erin is an Army wife and mom of two girls and one boy who lives in Utah. I love to read, blog, and be an advocate for childhood stroke survivors like her son.

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