Saturday, July 31, 2010

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Review: Costume Discounters Halloween Costumes for Couples

When you think of adult costumes for couples, you probably envision some of the most famous couples in history, such as Cleopatra and Marc Anthony, Romeo and Juliet, or even Fred and Wilma. So, you may not be prepared for what you are about to see.

Every year on Halloween, we take our children trick-or-treating at our local mall. And every year, my husband and I say that next year we should definitely do costumes for Halloween ourselves. After all this time, we finally have costumes this year. It will either be lots of fun for our children or they will be utterly embarrassed and will not want to walk next to their parents. Whichever it turns out to be, it will still be quite fun for my husband and myself.


Since neither of us are feeling confident enough to wear form-fitting costumes, we chose this Bacon & Eggs Couples Costume. Each costume pretty much covers everything for both of us and has ties in the back for an adjustable fit. There were a small number of wrinkles on the costumes because they come folded up together in one package. The instructions suggest hanging them up on plastic hangers and steaming the wrinkles out. Both costumes are filled with foam, so they keep their shape pretty well, but still remain flexible and comfortable. I do suggest that you wear a crew neck shirt beneath the Egg Costume because I found the top edge to be a little scratchy.

To view the full selection of couples costumes available from Costume Discounters, visit CostumeDiscounters.com . This retailer is so confident about their online prices that they offer a Low Price Guarantee. For a limited time, you can receive Free Ground Shipping on your order of $70 or more when you use Code: 70FREE1 at checkout. You can also learn more about Costume Discounters on Facebook and Twitter.


Thank you to Costume Discounters for sending us a sample product free of charge to base this review upon. This article was written as part of a campaign for the Family Review Network.