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Starting to Think about Halloween Costumes? The Disney Store Gives us a Preview

6 September 2010 No Comment

We’ve been talking about Halloween decor that starting to pop up at both the Disneyland Resort and in Walt Disney World, well now the Disney Store is following suit with a trickle of spirited Halloween novelties, and even a preview into their 2010 Disney costume collection. Classic characters like Mickey & Minnie, Cinderella, Princess Jasmine, and Peter Pan are highlighted but some newcomers look to be making a promising start for both adults and children. A flurry of Disney costumes, accessories, and jewelry to turn Halloween night into a spooktacular affair are now up for your viewing on DisneyShopping.com, talk to your little pumpkins before the popular characters sell out.

For adults, the selection is still pretty slim. Maleficent – who’s made an appearance in their Halloween costume shop for years – is available as well as the adult versions of Mickey & Minnie. Newcomers are the Alice & Madhatter costumes inspired by Tim Burton’s version of the movie:

For children, the costume shop is already exploding with plenty of choices in costumes & accessories! Playing off the wild popularity of “Toy Story 3,” Jessie the Cowgirl, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and newcomer Rex are offered. On the little girl front, two versions of the bayou beauty Princess Tiana are available as well as a long-haired Rapunzel from Tangled costume. For the miniature superheroes in your family Marvel characters are also predictably going to be a popular choice; Iron Man & Spider-Man are swooping their way into the selection.

Check out some of the new offerings for children:

Disney Store Costume Shop

Photos copyright Disney

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