If you’re not into DIY costumes, it can be hard to find good ones to fit. The packaged ones in those pop-up Halloween shops are usually “one size fits all,” where “all” is smaller than a size 6. Even when they have “plus size” options, they’re rarely larger than a 12.
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The weekend before Halloween is the traditional time when adults get dressed up and go to parties. Actual Halloween is for the kiddies.
Halloween is not a big deal to me. At all. Yet somehow I manage to stress over costumes every year. My favorite costumes have been my She-Ra Princess of Power outfit from kindergarten and the year I went as a functioning box of wine (it was an engineering marvel and made me VERY popular at the party).
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