8 Tips For Finding The Perfect Halloween Costumes For 2013

By | October 9, 2013 at 8:00 am | No comments | Costumes, Halloween

It is that time of year again. The time to start finding Halloween costumes for 2013. Everyone can participate. It just takes some insider tips to make the process easier and less stressful.

1. Buy from a reputable company

There are many costume providers in the marketplace. Only choose those who take pride in providing excellent customer service, top-quality merchandise and a vast array of accessories. Reputable companies will only sell merchandise they can back up. Some may offer special promotions like buy-one, get one free deals to entice customers. Look for companies that offer free shipping to save you money.

2. Know your budget

Costumes come in all price ranges. You must know how much you can realistically spend on your outfit. Stick with this figure to protect our finances. Be sure to include accessories and additional items in the final figure. Additional items can be shoes, leg coverings and other products specifically not included in the costume package.

3. Know who needs costumes

All family members from pets to babies can wear Halloween costumes. Individuals in the plus-size range can choose from a wide selection of enticing outfits. Knowing who needs costumes before you start the buying process can save time, money and stress. Some companies may offer discounts for multi-purchase customers.

4. Check the clearance bin

Everyone loves a good sale. Find a company that has clearance sales. Usually there is nothing wrong with these outfits other than the fact the company simply couldn’t sell them. Selling these items at dirt-cheap prices is the perfect way to reduce inventory. This reduces taxes. Take advantage of this selling technique whenever possible.

5. Use your imagination

Halloween is the perfect time to bring out your inner persona. Imagine yourself as a certain character that offers something unique and alluring. Choose a character that matches your personality type. This will increase your comfort level. It will play a crucial role in creating your new persona. For instance, if you are a woman who has conservative tendencies, you may feel completely uncomfortable in a sexy costume that shows cleavage and leg. Your discomfort will easily be picked up by others. This in turn, will make them uncomfortable. Instead, choose a conservative-type costume that includes a full-length gown and minimal cleavage exposure.

6. Use your creativity

Creativity comes into play when finding the perfect costume. It involves taking the time to find the costume itself. Once you find the costume, you must complete the outfit. Wearing the main attire is simply not enough to complete the picture. You can have the best costume package around, but if you just wear it without the added accessories, you are not completing the transformation.

7. Do research

Research is an excellent way to find all that is available in the costuming industry. Go online to a popular site, like Halloween Mart, and take a look around. Check into costumes, prices, accessories and the like.

8. Use social media

Sometimes you may simply not know what costume is best for you. Your social media circles can provide valuable and impartial insight. Post questions to your online friends. Analyze the responses you receive. Impartial feedback can give you the support you need to carry off your desired character.

The process of finding the perfect Halloween costume can seem overwhelming and confusing. Consulting with a trained professional can make the entire process easier.

About the Author

Carrie Sheerin

Carrie Sheerin has been involved in the retail costume industry for over 20 years. Originally trained as an expert neurosurgeon, Carrie visited Vegas one weekend and woke up wearing a pink rabbit costume. Her future direction clear, Carrie's main focus became providing the tools for fun and happiness worldwide.

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