Little Red Riding Hood Costume

I have partnered with Costume Discounters to facilitate this review. All oponions are as always, 100% my own.

I am so excited for Halloween this year. Besides taking a trip back home to spend it with my mom, I finally got the kids to agree on a matching theme. I fully realize the 9 year old is just humoring me and his sister, but he has agreed to be the Big Bad Wolf. And you can’t have the Big Bad Wolf without Little Red Riding Hood.

Little Red Riding Hood Costume

When searching for the perfect Halloween costume, my first stop is always Costume Discounters. They have such a huge selection of costumes at amazing prices. When I saw their fairy tale costume section, I knew they would have exactly what I was looking for.

This sweet costume is a fun take on the classic Red Riding Hood look. It features an adorable tutu skirt that is perfect for my little princess. We paired it with black leggings, black mary jane shoes and an adorable basket we found at Hobby Lobby.

The one piece dress has a white peasant top under a red corset-like bodice that has front laces, black trim, and black ribbon bows with white polka dots. The skirt is pleated black with red trim and has a ruffly layer underneath. The capelette is red with black trim and a black lace so it can tie around the neck. It has a large red hood as well.

Little Red Riding Hood Costume

The costume fits true to size. Little Miss is 4 years old but really tall. She wears a 5T and this fits perfectly. I already know we are going to get lots of dress up time with this costume long after Halloween is over. The best part is this costume costs just under $40.

Without breaking the bank, you can find a costume that is sure to make your little one thrilled.

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Little Red Riding Hood Costume

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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world! Comments or questions? Talk to me on Facebook or Twitter or sign up for our RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.