Mad Hatter Costume Review

I never thought I’d be getting a Mad Hatter costume in July, but I did.  Surprisingly, it will be used in the next month. Costumes are not just for Halloween, even for tweens. My daughter Sammi always liked to dress up when we visit Disney World, but in the past few years her interest has waned. She feels that most of the costumes she used to wear are too childish for her.

The Mad Hatter Costume For Child from Costume Discounters made my daughter and me very happy. It is a black dress with a big green bow, pink short sleeves and petticoat and colorful tea cup appliques. The dress  fits perfectly. The pink huge hat is adorable. It has the cute factor written all over it.

My daughter Sammi is looking forward to wearing this to Disney in August to celebrate the Alice in Wonderland movie. Although this is “girly” she truly likes it. After trying it on, she wore it around the house today and was dancing around. Even a 11 year old can take a Girls Halloween Costume and use it for dress up play!

This Mad Hatter Costume is well made, easy to put on and take off, comfortable and unique. The hat was squashed in the package, but opened up without a wrinkle. The price is only $23.97 and the retail value is $39.99. Costume Discounters’ Mad Hatter Costume was great deal.

This post was written for Family Review Network & Costume Discounters who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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