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Wherefore Art Thou, Romeo? (Halloween Costume for 2015)

Me, as Juliet

It's that time of year again when you should be thinking about costume choices for Halloween. It's always on my brain around the time that kids go back to school. It is probably my favorite holiday, only for the dress-up time. All day long you can choose to be whatever you want. 

Year after year, Costume Supercenter, is a great place to shop! Seriously, when I browse on there, it takes hours! With over 20,000 costumes to choose from, and accessories too, all at affordable prices. Check them out!


I love the Renaissance era, and Shakespeare. When I saw this Juliet costume, I knew what would be my Halloween costume for this year. 
After ordering my size, though I ordered a little bigger so if it's chilly I can wear clothes underneath, it arrived within 2 weeks. It was exactly what I had hoped it would be. It's beautiful, and the craftsmanship is exceptional for a slip-over-the-head dress. The burgundy is velvet. Oh, it feels so nice when you touch it. And the sleeves are shiny gold, almost like a mesh, but more flattering. The silk ribbons that tie the front are all adjustable too. Having a smaller chest, I did have to take that in some. Still is a well-made and beautiful costume! Honestly, I expect nothing less though. Every experience with this site has been great. Check out my other review below.

My review for Star Trek costume.

So be sure to visit their website, and even check out their Facebook for deals and ideas.


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  1. Nice! I haven't dressed up for Halloween in several years.

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  2. Nice! You can also wear this at a renaissance festival.

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