Best LA Shops To Buy Your Halloween Costume
Halloween costumes come in all different shapes and sizes…and prices too. It doesn’t matter if you buy the prepackaged costume in the bag, rent something extravagant or make your own. All the matter is you figure out what you’re going to wear, and soon!
Good thing for you, LA is the costume capitol of the world. With Halloween just around the corner, you better get cracking on something to wear. Below is a list of some great shops to where you can put together your perfect costume.
Western Costume Halloween Store
11041 Vanowen St
North Hollywood, CA 91605
Not only does Western Costume have massive collection of Halloween costumes, they also rent out wardrobe to big budget movies and t.v. shows all year long. Featuring over 8 miles of costumes, if you can’t find what you need here, Halloween might not be your kind of holiday.
Hollywood Toys and Costumes
6600 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
If quick and easy if your way to shop, Hollywood Toys and Costumes is the way to go. They offer all sorts of pre-packaged costumes for kids and adults, ranging from SpongeBob Squarepants, to a sexy Eskimo.
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Fantasyland Costume Company
1118 W. 135th Street
Gardena, CA 90247
You might be the kind of Halloweener that likes to go heavy on the make-up and effects to make your costume stand out. Fantasyland in Gardena has you covered. Not only do they offer rentals and retail, but have a huge selection of wigs, masks, make-up and accessories.
2921 W Magnolia Blvd
Burbank, CA 91505
Are you the kind of person that would like to celebrate Halloween year round? If so, Halloween Town is your kind of store. They have a leg up on the competition by staying open all year long..
Want to pick out your costume, while giving back? Goodwill offers new and used costumes for men, women and children. You can even piece together something totally original, by browsing through their retail section.
Now that you know where to buy your costume, all you have to do is figure out what to wear. Let us know what you’re going as in the comment section below.
-AJ Gordon, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles