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Frozen Costumes

Halloween is fast approaching and over here, the night before, a few of us might be wondering which black clothes we have that would pass off as a witch costume. If they are lucky, we may buy a cheap costume for the kids from the supermarket….

It isn’t quite the same in America. You aren’t limited to ghosts, zombies, devils and witches; Halloween means dressing up in any manner you please, regardless of whether it has anything at all to do with the spooky season. My Khaleesi costume (from Game of Thrones fame) is still a best-seller at this time of year and of course, with inspiration from this year’s films, I just had to make a Queen Elsa from Frozen costume!

Looking around Etsy, there are some great outfits from arguably the best Disney film so far. Here are a few of my favourites:

Ana Costume

Ana Costume

 

 

This beautiful princess Ana costume is by CaitsBoutique and do several other replica costumes so is worth a look.

Halloween is no time to be demure either, from what I can tell from this side of the pond. Why should a snowman costume stand in the way from dressing up sexy?

 

Sexy Olaf costume

Sexy Olaf costume

 

 

This excuse for an Olaf costume can be found at TutuHot!

However, I do think it should be worn with this fantastic hood creation:

 

Olaf costume

Olaf costume

 

 

Found at DesignsbyAlison and is a bargain price too.

And one for the guys:

 

Frozen costume

Frozen costume

 

 

Here’s a Kristoff style tunic by royalty4kids.

 

 

 

 

Find at OshunCreations.

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