Archive of ‘girls halloween costumes’ category
|She’ll be a star in this Halloween costume!|
|A pretty pageant dress costume|
|Delightfully spooky ghosts!|
|Bee-utiful girls dress up clothes|
|Toddler Halloween Costumes|
|Baby Girl Costumes|
I know it’s a rather silly time of year to be discussing halloween costumes for girls, but let’s think outside the box for a minute: Costume usage does not need to be limited to one single night a year. Costumes are too much fun to be hidden away for 364 days out of every year! Why not have a spring costume party? Think how much fun your daughter and her friends could have dressing up in girls costumes for a sleepover.
I nearly bought a couple of baby girl costumes for a friend’s little girl yesterday, in the end I decided not to because she may have already outgrown those sizes. But these little tutu skirts with the matching headbands are so sweet, I just want to buy one for someone! *Sigh* T-4.5 months until my brother will be married and hopefully on his way to getting me an adorable little neice!
Have a happy Easter weekend!
I cannot even express to you how much I love Halloween. This year is going to be fantastic. My boyfriend’s band is throwing their annual Vampire Masquerade at a very nice club, which means I get to buy a very pretty dress, make a pretty mask, and wear lots of glitter and elaborate makeup. Fancy parties are like grown ups consolation prize for being too old to trick-or-treat anymore. We may not get free candy, but we do still get to play dress-up and we don’t have any curfew.
Here at Sophia’s Style, it’s all about the girls Halloween costumes! We have so many beautiful princess costumes, I’m jealous that I’m too big for all of them. So, if you ahven’t taken time to browse our girls dress up clothes, you should do it now. You’re missing out! And, costumes like these would cost almost twice as much at most stores- if you can even find them in any stores.
So, shop our beautiful girls costumes for your little girl, and find something she’ll love. Then, take some time to plan a fun Halloween for yourself after the trick-or-treating! So what if you don’t get free candy? You’re a grown up, you can do other cool stuff, and you can hire the a the high school girl next door to baby-sit (she’s too old to trick-or-treat and too young to go to a masquerade, so she should be available).
|Girl’s Halloween Costume|
Have you seen this gorgeous Belle costume?! This honestly makes me wish I was a kid again, I loved Beauty and the Beast! Belle was so awesome, she liked to read books, she totally ignored the big, arrogant jock guy, Gaston, and then she fell in love with the Beast instead. Fabulous story, great music, too.
If Belle isn’t your little girl’s favorite herione, not to worry, we have a huge selection of other princesses, mermaids and more, so you’ll find the perfect girl’s halloween costume or baby girls halloween costumes for your family.
It’s been awhile since I’ve had time to post activity ideas, but you’re in luck- because today I have three adorable Halloween ideas for your family and neighbors! I didn’t come up with these on my own, they’re courtesy of my wonderful office-neighbor, Jean.
Idea 1: Host a neighborhood safe party!
Serve chilli or soup, and request that each family in attendance bring a side dish. Set up classic Halloween games for the kids, like bobbing for apples. Require all the adults to bring a picture of themselves when they were little wearing a costume. Kids love to see photos of their parents as children, and the adults will have fun laughing about how cute and dorky everyone was!
Idea 2: Visit a local nursing home or retirement home (call first, of course) with the kids.
A lot of times, the people in these homes don’t get to see kids in Halloween costumes, so it’s a sweet way to brighten up their Halloween season. Bring “treats,” like large-print magazines and playing cards, and maybe hard candy.
Idea 3: If you live near a college or university, call and see if there’s something you can do for the freshman dormitories. A lot of those kids are away from home for the first time, and come the end of October, might be getting quite homesick. A little bag of Halloween treats made with love might really cheer them up.
Hopefully you’ll find those ideas useful! Don’t forget to check out Sophia’s Style when you start shopping for that perfect Halloween costume!
Happy October (tomorrow’s the 1st, so don’t forget to pay rent!)
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