Lots of little girls want to be a pretty princess for Halloween and who could blame them? You get to wear sparkly, fluffy, lovely things! While you can make your own princess costumes for Halloween, (more power to ya), if you’re like me you’re going to wind up buying a costume when reality hits you.
Rather than a plain, cheapo costume from a big box store I wanted to find some more unique options for my favorite little princess. I’ll bet you love these as much as I do.
Princess Costumes for Halloween
I’m in love with this tutu princess dress by Tutu Foxy. Bonus! it comes with its own Rapunzel hair.
Darling doesn’t even begin to describe this princess costume. It’s a creation of Harper Rose Boutique.
From Sweet Valentina comes this gold sequin dress that would make any little girl feel like the prettiest princess on the block.
If you have a Princess Belle fan in your house I’m sure she’ll win the Halloween costume contest in this satin & organza creation in yellow by Dip Designs.
Not only is this princess costume as darling as they come, you’ll receive a free dress for your little girl’s doll so they can trick-or-treat together! Get yours from Fairies Galore 2013.
Chameleon Girls understand that there are all kinds of princesses and Princess Leia is one of the best.
When I saw this dress from Chloe Michelle’s Closet, I gasped. It’s just beyond sweet, isn’t it? Can’t you imagine your little darling wearing it?
A princess can’t be expected to go out on Halloween without all the necessities. It’s just not done! 🙂
This princess crown by Top Hat Costume Company in white organza is precious and it’s only $20!
Princesses come in all shapes, sizes and ages, so Creations By Carey B designed this dainty tiara for the tiniest of princesses.
A princess needs her wand. That’s just common knowledge. Wire Princess has just the thing. No doubt your little sweetie will be the only one at the Halloween costume contest with a wand as pretty as this.
I hope your daughter’s Halloween costume is everything she dreams of and that she has an absolutely wonderful Halloween!
Sher Bailey is a writer in the Midwest who believes the power of humor, Mod Podge, and grandkids can fix most problems in life. You can find her at SherBailey.com.