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Kids love dressing up and when better than Halloween. It's the time for fun and creativity and parents, love to find the perfect costume for their kids. Halloween comes once every year and parents know that children grow up fast. So, they go all out to find the best costume. Children love running around the neighborhood trick or treating in their Dracula or vampire outfits. Dressing up and pretending to be someone else adds that something extra to their joy.

Kids love dressing up and when better than Halloween. It's the time for fun and creativity and parents, love to find the perfect costume for their kids. Halloween comes once every year and parents know that children grow up fast. So, they go all out to find the best costume. Children love running around the neighborhood trick or treating in their Dracula or vampire outfits. Dressing up and pretending to be someone else adds that something extra to their joy.

While many kids' costumes are available in stores, making them at home can be fun. Imagination and expression helps a child to develop a healthy personality. Designing and choosing a costume provides a chance for the whole family to get creative together. Hero and fantasy themes are great choices for little ones. Dressed as furry creatures, younger children really look cute, and animal costumes and flower costumes are perennial favorites. A simple white hooded sweat suit paired up with socks and gloves with a few embellishments can be turned into a sheep, a bunny or a puppy. Cartoon characters, fairies and angels are as popular as Cinderella, Cleopatra and Barbie. For little boys, Darth Vader, Dracula, El Bandito, Harry Potter and of course men in uniform are always in demand.

Parents must ensure that their child's Halloween costume is safe as well. They are advised to see that the costume is flame resistant. It should not have large sleeves or billowing skirts that could catch fire if near a candle or other source of fire. Costumes should not be long to ensure that a child does not trip while walking. Parents are also advised to add reflective tape to their child's costume for visibility at night.

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