Celebrity Families Pick Their Halloween Costumes During Disney’s Halloween BOOtique Party

Still stuck on a Halloween costume? According to the National Retail Federation’s yearly top costume survey, Disney Store has the most popular styles, including princesses, Spider-Man and pirate costumes. They are also one of the main picks for celebs and their kids.

During a star studded event held at the Santa Monica Disney Store last week (September 22). Molly Ringwald, Kyle Richards, Joey Lawrence, and actress Candace Cameron shopped for their favorite Halloween costumes. Even Salma Hayek’s little girl Valentina came in to join the fun!

So.. what’s hot for 2011?

Girls are sure to love the new Limited Edition Rapunzel costume (only 2,000 available). Also remember the special royal event welcoming Rapunzel into the Royal Court that was held in London last week? In celebration of that event and to celebrate Disney Princess, Disney will be offering all 10 princess costumes with their matching accessories this year. Regardless of which princess your daughter favors, she’ll find a matching costume at the Disney Store for Halloween.

For the boys Spider-Man, Captain America, Jack Sparrow, Cars 2, Buzz Lightyear are popular picks. There are also some adorable options for toddlers and infants!

Disney Store is offering 40% off all of their costumes for a limited time so head on over before they sell out! I had such a hard time finding my daughter a Rapunzel dress last year because they were all sold out by the time I went to place my order.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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