Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for kids as not only do they get to go on cheeky little trick or treating adventures but they get to let their imaginations run loose and dress up! With Halloween becoming increasingly popular every year, costume ranges are expanding and ideas are endless. Read on for the most popular choices and become inspired with our brand new costumes
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The days are getting darker and spookier for Halloween is just around the corner which means there are lots of frightfully exciting things to look forward to. If you fear you’re too old for trick or treating or have little ones that are too young to stay out all night long then fear not. There are plenty of fun ways in which you can still get involved with this spooktacular season. Whether you want to do something chilled and relaxed with your kids or you wish to fully dress up and join the madness, here are our top 5 suggestions for you.
Our favourite time of year is just around the corner! That’s right it’s almost Halloween and with the date falling smack bang in the middle of the week, it’s an excuse to celebrate on both weekends either side (and all week if we wish, I mean do we really need an excuse haha).
What we do need however is a costume or two, after all isn’t that the whole point of Halloween in the first place!
To help you plan ahead and stay ahead of the game, we have compiled the top trending costumes for this year and it’s looking like the trend is gearing towards film and television characters.
Oktoberfest is the world’s largest Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair), which takes place annually in Munich running from mid to late September until the first week of October. The original event was held in 1810, however, over the years it has gradually turned into a world worldwide phenomenon celebrating Bavarian Culture and beer of course. This means lots of fancy dress fun so read on for some fun costume suggestions.
Freshers’ Week is around the corner, and although it’s universally called Freshers’ Week, it’s more like 2 weeks of non-stop partying, meeting new people and dressing up! That’s right Freshers’ week is known for themed parties and fancy dress clubbing. We know it’s like to be a student and living on a shoestring budget ain’t always easy, so we have decided to put together some great fancy dress buys for under £15. No matter what the theme we have something for you so there’s absolutely no excuse why you shouldn’t get involved. Here are some of our favourite bargain costume ideas.