Halloween is always special in our house (since I am lucky enough to have a 10/31 birthday), but this year it’s extra special since it’s a milestone birthday for me (I am turning the big 4-Oh). Every year I like to buy a set of matching Halloween sibling clothing for my kids from one of my favorite catalogues, CWDkids (“Cute Well-Dressed Kids”). Remember the tie-dyed Halloween clothing I got last year? And this year, I took extra special care choosing the outfits since the kids will be wearing them to my 40th birthday party.
CWDkids generously gave me the opportunity to review sibling Halloween outfits this year. Here’s what I chose:
Trick or Treat Dress ($39.50, sizes 4T-14). I love the hint-of-spooky in this screen-printed, silhouette A-line dress. Bonus: it has easy crewneck styling and is made from comfy organic cotton, both of which make it more likely that my sensory-sensitive daughter will wear it. And one warning: it runs small. Order a size (or two) up.
Boys’ Trick or Treat Tee ($29.50, sizes 4T-14/16) and Twill Pants ($29.50 or 2 for $52, sizes 2T-14) The trick-or-treat tee is screen-printed on front and back, and looks great paired with these pull-on, preshrunk cotton twill pants. S. got these in black to stay in the Halloween theme, but I think I’ll buy him some in other colors, too, since he prefers elastic-waist pants to jeans or pants with zippers.
Here are R. and S. trying out their new Halloween threads. S. (age 6) pronounced, “I think I like it. It’s just all about Halloween.” And R’s verdict on her dress: “It’s actually comfortable. I’ll wear it!” Phew!
Disclosure: I received two outfits from CWDkids.com for purposes of this review. I was not compensated for this post and all opinions expressed are, as always, antirely my own. Visit CWDKids.com for more Halloween clothing and accessories, and like its Facebook page for sneak peeks at upcoming lines and special discounts.