Pink Ninja Girls Costume!
It’s what’s in. So, my oldest is quite the fashionista, even while picking out her Halloween costume.
She loves all that is pretty and pink but, she also loves costumes that are “cool”, fun and powerful.
When Costume Discounters offered to send me a costume to review, I let my daughter pick out what she wanted to be this year.
They had a vast and diverse selection of girls costumes and it took her a very long time to decide what she wanted to be. She went from wanting to be a Disney Princess to a pirate. But, she ended up choosing the Dragon Ninja costume which is pink AND awesome!
The costume is pretty wicked I must say and exactly as pictured on the package. The best part would be the material, it isn’t that thin sometimes see-through material most costumes are made from. Rather the material is stretchy, smooth and silky and durable.
The attention to detail is quite apparent and the fit is fantastic. It’s as if it was tailored for Gabriella. The only thing is that the headpiece is too small and doesn’t fit her but, it’s because my daughter is very petite and fits into smaller sizes. Prior to ordering, I took her measurements and the costume fit perfectly. Though, I didn’t take a measurement for the headband so, with a bit of modification, it will still fit her. Ordering online has been accurate for me and I will definitely continue doing so.
Without further adieu, here is Gabs showing off her costume!
So my baby is ready to do some ninja moves and kicks and with a layer and tights, will still be warm to go out trick-or-treating. I added some weapons (not included) and she was ready to go. I have to say this actually one of my favorite costumes so far, my baby picked a kick-butt costume!
What are your kids being this year?
Are you sticking to homemade, store-bought or purchase online?
Let me know, til then, cheers m’deres!
Nancy Polanco is a freelance journalist, lifestyle content creator, and editor of Whispered Inspirations. She is a proud Mom to Gabby and Michaela and partner and best friend to Darasak. Having worked as part of a health care team for almost a decade, Nancy is happy to be back to her passion. She is a contributor to the Huffington Post, TODAY’s Parents, and an Oprah Magazine Brand Ambassador.