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Where To Shop Plus Size Halloween Costumes In 2016

Its that time of year again where there is starting to be a chill in the air and everything has turned pumpkin. And yes it is already October, unbelievable am I right? If you are a Halloween fiend you probably already have your costume all planned out or purchase. But I know there are a lot of people who love it but just don’t plan ahead like that. Where my procrastinators at? Don’t worry, I am a chronic procrastinator when it comes to most things, so I have your back.

Today I wanted to share some places you can find plus size costumes and accessories, and some of my favorite option that they have. I will try and share any coupon codes available for the individual stores. I will link to both the websites main pages and the recommended product pages.

1. Spirit Halloween

Spirit Halloween offers a limited selection of both men and women’s plus size costumes. They do have quite a few coupon codes.

Available Coupon Codes

  • Exclusive Savings at Spirit Halloween! Take 25% Off 1 item with code DONTLEAVE25. Terms apply. Limited time offer. Shop Halloween costumes, décor & more! Expires 11-02-16
  • Take 25% Off Already Reduced Sale Items at Spirit Halloween! Code CLEAR25. Limited time offer. Shop adult & kids Halloween costumes, Halloween décor & more! Expires 11-02-16
  •  Free Shipping orders $30+ at Spirit Halloween! Code SHIPIT4U. Limited time offer. Shop Halloween costumes, decorations & more! Expires 11-01-16
  •  Take $10 Off orders $65+, $20 Off $100+, $30 Off $150+ or $50 Off $200+ at Spirit Halloween! Code HIGHTIER. Terms apply. limited time offer. Shop costumes, décor & more! Expires 11-02-16
  •  Take $5 Off orders $30+, $10 Off $50+ or $25 Off $100+ at Spirit Halloween! Code TIER2016A. Exclusions apply. Limited time offer. Shop costumes, décor & more! Expires 11-01-16

 

Adult Orange Prisoner Plus Size Costume – …

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Price: $34.99

 

Adult Supergirl Plus Size Costume – Supergirl

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Price: $54.99

 

2. Ashley Stewart

They have limited supplies of various women’s plus size costumes. Many seem to sell out as soon as they get them. They have a couple of coupon codes.

  •  Curvy Cash is happening till 10-03-16
  •  Get 25% off your full price purchase with code NEW25, expires 10-03-16
  •  Receive $5 off your $15 purchase when you signup for Ashley Stewart text messages!
  •  35% Off on Full Price Purchase with code ASOCT35 expires 10-03-16

Sexy Maid Plus Size CostumeSexy Maid Plus Size Costume

Flaunt your curves in this sexy plus size maid costume featuring a faux leather peplum dress.

$69.50

 

3. Amazon’s Halloween Shop

Amazon’s Halloween shop has a pretty decent selection of plus size costumes that come from a lot of different stores and brands. The link above should take you directly to the plus size listings. There are no coupon codes that I am aware of, but here are some f my favorite costumes available.

Leg Avenue Disney Plus-Size 2Pc. Classic Snow White Costume Dress and Bow Head Piece


California Costumes Women’s Plus Size Olympic Goddess Costume


Elope Womens Storybook Waldo Where’S Wenda Kit Theme Party Halloween Costume


NonEcho Women’s Halloween Novelty Costume Miss Edward Scissorhands Adult

 

Each of these places also have way more options from so many more stores. Of course when it comes to costumes sizing can be difficult. Sizes don’t always accommodate everyone either. If you find this is the case for you or you find it hard to bite the bullet on paying for something you will only wear once, you might consider going a different direction. No, I am not going to suggest you sew your costume. Something I have done many times is invest in items, real clothing items that is, that I love but you can work into a costume.

Just to give you a quick idea, I really put very little thought in this, just to show you how easy it can be. Say you wanted to be a ballerina. Try these:

Society Plus 5 Layer Tutu

A Five Layer Tutu from Society Plus like this one in blush is perfect. The Champagne or the White color would work equally as well.

Pair it with this WearAll Women’s Plus Size Plain Stretch Bodysuit in white.

Just add a tiara and a pair of ballet slippers and your all done. Want to make it a more intricate, or soft colors aren’t your thing. Turn it into either the black or white swan from swan lake with just a few different accessories. Your imagination is the limit and you don’t have to be tied to the “costume” section just because you can’t sew.

Let me know in comments below what you plan to be this Halloween or if you want to suggest additional places for ladies to shop. I will try and update this over the next couple of weeks as I find new places to buy costumes.

 

 

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Looks From Week Two Of #AllDressApril

All Dress April

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This is a summary of the looks I wore during week two of the fashion challenge called All Dress April. You can see the original post about the challenge Here or check out The Looks From Week One.

Sorry I am so behind on these guys. I thought I would have more time on vacation to blog, but as it turned out I really had no time to myself at all. We were all go all the time two weekends straight in a row, with only a couple of days in between. But I am in the process of catching things up, I have a couple of other blog post that will be going up in the next couple of days.

On with the Dresses from week two. As with last time I will link anything that is still available to purchase, or alternatively anything I feel is a close alternative from the brand.

Day 8

Look For Day 8 of All Dress AprilWe had a very sudden and drastic cold spurt hit us. We went from 80 to 40 overnight. I really had to pull things out of my closet an throw it together as I don’t have a lot of cold weather dresses and skirts.

Both the cardigan and top are from City Chic. The cardigan is no longer available, however the top is still available in a couple of colors. It is available in a red called Siren and a very very light gray called Slate.

The skirt and leggings are from Torrid. The leggings are no longer available, but they have a pair of open skin leggings that would work for the same kind of idea. They have the Skull Open Stitch Leggings. And this isn’t the same Denim Skirt, but it is very similar.

The shoes are Skechers. They are the Relaxed Fit: Savvy – Dressed Up. If you are like me and float between a C and D width and have a hard time finding flats to fit you because of that, I highly recommend you check out Sketchers line of shoes. Plus they have the added benefit of being super comfy with memory foam insoles.

 

Day 9

Steampunk Look from Day 9 of All Dress April

This was from the first day of the 2016 International Steampunk Symposium. I am still working on this costume a bit, but getting close to where I want it. Lets start from the shoes up.

Boots are from Steve Madden Troopa Boots. These are the original ones that fold over and snap in different positions. They are no longer available retail that I know of, but the other versions can be found on places like Amazon.

I am wearing three skirts in this picture. They are layered and all different lengths. The longest one is a dark chocolate brown and it is from Dressbarn. The next longest is black and it is from a brand called Magic. You can find this brand in various places, I know they sometimes sell it on ModCloth. The third and shortest skirt is also black but muli-layered and it is from Torrid. Unfortunately none of these skirts are still available, and I don’t really see anything similar available.

The bronze body suit is from Fashion to Figure, and it is no longer available, nor do they have anything similar.

The corset is from Daisy Corsets. I bought mine on Zulily. I have a post coming up soon specifically about the con, I will try and add other possible options of where to buy them when I post that one.

The accessories will be covered in the post about the con, so look for that post if you are into steampunk, cosplay, or just love costuming.

 

Day 10

Steampunk look for Day 10 of All Dress April

This was the second, and last, day we were at the International Steampunk Symposium. If you have followed my blog for anytime, you may remember most of this outfit from last years trip to the con. Rather than link everything for this one, you can check out last years post Plus Size Steampunk Fashion – Or How I Became A Unicorn Queen if you are interested in how to get any of these items.

The only thing that has really changed in this costume is the corset. This one is also from Daisy corsets, and like the last one I got it from Zulily. I will also give more info on my upcoming post.

The lace top: Spindoctor

Skirt: Hips and Curves

Shoes: (even though you can’t see it here) Hush Puppies

 

Day 11

I had another down day and had to skip wearing a dress this day.

 

Day 12

Look for Day 12 of All Dress April

This was another of those super casual days for me where I was just running errands.

This is a maxi dress from eShakti a couple of years ago. I haven’t seen this design pop back up, though I don’t check their site that often. But I snagged it super cheap off the clearance rack because it was a return item.

 

Day 13

Had a second day this time I did not do a dress. I was busy packing to leave again.

 

Day 14

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We were on the road to vacation. So this was another comfortable maxi dress day for me. This one is from One World. I got this one a couple of years ago. They are sold a lot of places where I live. I know Macy’s carries this brand though. And while its too late to get this exact design, this brand always has comfortable maxis and similar designs with various vivid colors.

 

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