my3kiddos
 
 
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    December 9, 2009
  • Last Review
    December 9, 2009
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    4.5
 
 
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Darling dolly. Your little one will look precious in this vintage rag doll-inspired disguise. Costume includes red, white and blue dress with an attached lace-trimmed apron and matching bonnet with attached braids*. 2-piece set. Polyester. Hand wash. Does not include tights or shoes. *Please Note: Due to a style change by the manufacturer, the braids are not as thick as pictured.
 
Overall: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Reviewed by: my3kiddos
Title: So cute!!
Date:December 9, 2009
"I ordered this for my 5 year old daughter for Halloween. It was adorable! It runs a little smaller than I expected, but it fit her. The hat wouldn't stay on her head as is. I ended up following the advice of a previous review and removed part of the cotton filling from the hat and stitched it closed again. We painted her face and she wore the red and white striped tights. She received lots of compliments."
 
He's a bad to the bone head banger. He's woken up from his resting place to blow you away with this electric guitar solo. Costume includes a faux-leather jacket with a skull design on sleeves and an attached shirt with printed rib cage. Also includes a half cap-mask with hat and hair. 2-piece set. Does not include makeup for face and hands, guitar, pants, or boots.
 
Overall: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Reviewed by: my3kiddos
Title: Good costume...runs very small
Date:December 9, 2009
"I ordered this for my 7 year old son. He absolutely loved it. The shirt with attached jacket is really cute. It was exactly the look he wanted. However, it runs extremely small. I would order a size larger than you expect. I ended up pinning the back of the shirt closed because it was pulling too much and the velcro wouldn't stay fastened on its own. The hat with hair attached was great. The mask looked awesome. He had a little trouble seeing out of the left eye. The mask covers part of the child's eye. It looks really cool, but does prevent full vision. I ended up painting his face so when he got tired of the mask and removed it, his face still looked good. And while he had the mask on, you could see the makeup on the bottom of his face, so it worked. We also just added some fake blood and the guitar. He looked great and loved his costume."