Halloween Costumes – Your Own Trademark for the Special Night

On October 31st you have to dress up. For this special night we want to help you to look scary and horrible. Trends for 2012: A big “Thank you” goes to the great movies Avengers, Spider-Man and Batman this year, because they made superhero costumes very popular this Halloween. But don’t be surprised if you see another Hulk at a Halloween party. If there is a multi-coloured wig from the last year in your wardrobe you can prepare a costume like a pop star, e.g. Lady Gaga or Katy Perry. If you don’t like these two options, don’t fear, because zombies are always a great idea. 🙂 Stores: Here are some stores where you can get a scary costume (Please note: Some of them open just for the Halloween season. So follow the links, call them and check their hours.) For Adults: Creepers Dufferin Mall (900 Dufferin St., Toront Seduction (577 Yonge St., Toronto) Monster Halloween Blowout (170 Spadina Ave., Toronto) Hollywood Costumes (7718 Yonge St., Thornhill) Malabar (14 McCaul St., Toronto) Amazing Party & Costume (923 Oxford St., Etobicoke) Spirit Halloween (3302 Dufferin St., Toronto) Theatrix Costume House (165 Geary Ave. 2nd floor, Toronto) For Kids: Party City (39 Orfus Rd.) Real Canadian Superstore (locations across Toronto) Costume Witch (975 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto) Candy’s Costume Shop (511 Mount Pleasant Rd., Toronto) Kids Costumes (539 Mount Pleasant Rd., Toronto) It’s My Party (423 Danforth Ave., Toronto) Vintage Costumes: If you want to buy some cheap but a good quality costumes, or if you just need a special accessory for your costume, a vintage or second hand store is a great idea. 69 Vintage Collective (1207 Bloor St West, Toronto) Black Market Vintage (256a Queen West, Toronto) Courage My Love (14 Kensington Ave., Toronto) Value Village (locations across Toronto) Reflections … Read more