Best Halloween Costume Shops

Halloween is coming and although it is still a few weeks away, now is the time to get a jump on the crowds and snag a costume for your wee one before the pickings become too slim. We’ve searched the city and found the five best places to shop for kids’ costumes this year. All you have to do is get your little one to decide which costume they want (good luck with that!).

Kids Costumes
At Kids Costumes, you will be able to find just about any costume your child desires. Conveniently located near Eglinton on Mt. Pleasant, this store is a veritable goldmine of costumes for the young and slightly older (toddler to age 12). From fairies and lady bugs to wizards and pirates, they have it all.  
539 Mt. Pleasant Road, Toronto
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Disney Store
With the widest selection of authentic, licensed Disney merchandise available, you are sure to find your child’s fantasy costume here. Elsa, Peter Pan, Rapunzel, Captain Jack Sparrow, Woody, Tinker Belle, Captain America, Buzz Lightyear, Minnie the Mouse, and Snow White; all of their best friends are here, including the Disney Princesses.
Multiple Locations in the GTA
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Value Village
With a huge selection of costumes, accessories, and home décor, they will make sure you get what your kiddies want this year without breaking the bank. With new, gently used and used costumes, accessories, and clothing the ‘VV Boutique’ is the perfect place to shop for Halloween costumes.
Multiple Locations in the GTA
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Old Navy
We already know we love their clothes, so why not indulge in their line of kids’ costumes? Their costumes are warm, comfy, and machine washable. Since you’re heading there to buy jeans and fleece pull-overs already, might as well get one of their oh-so-cute Halloween costumes at the same time.
Multiple Locations in the GTA
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Pottery Barn Kids
In-store or on-line, Pottery Barn Kids has costumes, treat bags, décor, gifts, and books to make all of your kids’ Halloween dreams come true. From one-eyed monsters to cupcakes, they have intricate and interesting costumes.
Multiple Locations in the GTA
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What’s your favourite store to buy your kids’ Halloween costumes?

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