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#Halloween Costume Accessories from Wholesale @CostumeClub



Halloween is almost here! Do you have your costume ready? Our family loves Halloween and we have always made a big deal about dressing up. This year is no exception, even though the only kids left at home are 15 and 16.


Oliver has decided to be an Old West Gambler and Josie is going to be a female Musketeer. One of the hardest parts of putting together a costume is the accessories that go with the outfit. What Musketeer outfit is complete without the big feather plume and what kind of Old West Gambler doesn't have a cowboy hat? Luckily for us, we have options like Wholesale Costume Club to complete our costumes in style. Costume hats can be hard to find and it's even harder to find good quality ones at the right price. The selection and prices at WholesaleCostumeClub are hard to beat!




We were sent a Buccaneer Tricorn Hat for adults to review and couldn't be happier with the quality of the hat. It is not flimsy or cheap looking and is sewn rather than glued together. The hat has elastic sewn into the hat so that it will stay put and not move around. The gold trim and big plume really add to the hat. The Buccaneer Hat sells for $11.96 at the member price which I think is fantastic! This hat could also be used for a pirate costume, a colonial soldier costume and of course, a Musketeer costume.




So this Halloween, don't forget the little details to make your costumes authentic. Trust me, it really adds to the costume's appeal. If you'd like to learn more about Wholesale Costume Club, you can visit their site at http://www.wholesalecostumeclub.com/ and connect with them on Twitter and Facebook.


Happy Halloween!!

FTC Disclosure: We received a sample of the above reviewed product to facilitate this article. No other compensation was received. All opinions are those of the owners and editors of Artsy Chaos.

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