Tuesday, October 11, 2011

pottery barn kids halloween costume review

By Jennifer (Double Duty Mommy) at 11:09 AM
My oldest daughter is going to be 7 years old next month and believe me I've done my fair share of princess costume buying. Each year she's been some type of princess/fairy. This year M has decided to change it up and I'm kinda glad she did. Of course my Princess looks gorgeous as Tinkerbell, Snow White and Belle but to me that gets old after a while.

This year Pottery Barn Kids sent us their Puffy Unicorn costume because M fell in love instantly (high pitched screeches and all) when she saw it.

I mean just look how cute!! She loves the costume and matching treat bag (now sold out so it's not on the website anymore) because she has been obsessed with unicorns lately.

What I love, besides the cuteness? The quality of this costume is unlike any other. This three-dimensional costume is stuffed with polyester padding and sewn of fleece with cotton lining for warmth and comfort. The body suit and headpiece have Velcro closure so costume is easy to put on and take off. The headpiece is a little big (seriously it fits my head perfectly) but M hasn't complained about it and I know that she can grow into it.

One thing I have to mention about the construction of the headpiece is the attention to detail in the horn. It doesn't fall over or droop like I would except any other cheap costume to do. It stands straight up like it is suppose to.

This really is the softest costume I've ever felt and even though it's dry-clean only we love it.

Pottery Barn Kids seriously makes the most adorable baby costumes ever so I'm kinda sad I didn't look to them before getting K's costume.
How cute is this cupcake baby?!

If you're in the market for a Halloween costume for your kid then look to Pottery Barn Kids! They aren't the cheapest costumes around but you definitely get what you pay for and I know we can use this next year so it would be worth the $54.00, now on sale for $39.99 price tag. How many times have you purchased a cheap costume then complained about the quality? I know I have that's for sure, but this year, I wont be doing that... at least for M's costume.

Disclosure: I was sent the product(s) free of charge by the company or PR representative. It has been used solely for the purpose of this honest review. The views are strictly 100% my own. Receiving the product did not influence me to produce a positive review.

2 commented:

Marcie W. on October 11, 2011 at 7:53 PM said...

I love her costume! Unique & adorable :)

Bianca Roman on October 15, 2011 at 6:58 AM said...

Her unicorn costume is too cute!!! and who doesn't love a cupcake baby!

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