Trying to find a Halloween costume for girls can be quite the adventure.
Every year for Halloween, my kids work my last nerve trying to decide which costume they’re going to pick.
They’re getting better at choosing earlier, though.
I mean, last year was practically painless.
We went to a Halloween store for my daughter, and I ordered a costume from Amazon for my son. Easy peasy.
This year is going to be different, though, and I already feel it.
Now that our children are able to (safely, with masks) go out trick-or-treating again, they’re back to their picky ways.
Start early if you’re going to make a costume
Both of my kids want to impress their friends, but the middle-schooler is especially focused on getting the most perfect costume ever.
A couple of years ago my daughter and I made the cutest costume ever. She was cotton candy!
It took us a couple of days to put everything together, and it fell apart by the end of the school day, but it was still totally worth it.
I’m not opposed to making a costume this year, but we’d have to start early.
If you’ve ever felt the pressure of an unfinished costume on a school night, at it’s bedtime on the night before Halloween, you understand why I feel this way!
Where to find Halloween Costumes for Kids
Of course you can always buy your kid’s Halloween costumes. There is no shame in pulling out your wallet to save a little time.
My best advice to you is to buy your costumes as soon as possible.
There is no worse place to be on Halloween Eve than in a big box store, fighting the crowd, trying to find any costume that will fit.
The best places to find costumes for kids are pretty much the same every year, but I also have a few of my secret spots on the list:
- Spirit Halloween
- Marshall’s \ TJ Maxx
- Drugstores like CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens
- Etsy (search Halloween costumes, order early)
- Goodwill (most stores will have a special section just for costumes)
- Carters (for smaller kids)
- Disney Store
Best Halloween Costumes for Girls 2021
James is still pretty easy. He’s a preschooler who still loves superheroes, so he’s happy with whatever.
Ayva is a different story altogether.
She is in middle-school, so that tracks as age appropriate!
She started thinking about her Halloween costume for this year while she was still had her costume on last year!
We’re about a month out from Halloween now. Ayva isn’t 100% sure what she’s going to be, but she’s pretty close to her decision.
There are a lot of good choices out there. Have your girl select the category she wants her costume from and go from there. Some categories she might choose from include:
-Characters from Books
-Television Show Characters
Here’s a list of Halloween costume ideas
I’ve been looking at the best Halloween costumes for girls for 2021 to help my daughter out.
I put most of these costumes in my Amazon shop. Check it out to get all of your Halloween costumes needs delivered quickly with Amazon Prime.