Goblins, witches, fairies, are all on their way for the October Halloween season. Are you in need of a neat Halloween costume for the upcoming Halloween festivities? If so, you’ll surely be able to find a costume at one of the three following local stores in Little Rock, Arkansas, so grab your wallet and venture out for a day of shopping:
Garden Ridge. Stop in at Garden Ridge, located at 11801 Chenal Parkway in Little Rock, Arkansas. This store is located in one of the busiest parts of town, so don’t ruin your visit by trying to go during the five o’clock rush hour. Visit during an off time and allow yourself some time to linger.
Garden Ridge in Little Rock has a generous section of the store to Halloween. You can pick up a variety of costumes, and this is the place to go for an adult costume. Too, you can buy a variety of decorations to complete your Halloween festivities. Once you finish your Halloween costume shopping, walk on over to Mimi’s Café, located just across from the store.
Michael’s Arts and Crafts. Don’t forget to shop at Michael’s Arts & Crafts, located at 4126 East McCain Boulevard in North Little Rock, Arkansas. If you need to visit more than one store, you can also visit the location at 11400 West Markham Street in Little Rock. Either store can help you with your Halloween costume needs.
This serves as the perfect place for a person who wants to make his/her own Halloween costume. This terrific store sells just about any type of arts and crafts items that you would need for such an activity, so what are you waiting for. Head on over to Michael’s Arts and Crafts to get your Halloween costume-making stuff today.
Cracker Barrel. An easy place to find a Halloween costume for your baby or toddler is the Cracker Barrel General Store, located at 3101 Springhill Drive in North Little Rock, Arkansas. This store offers some really cute baby and toddler costumes that can be used more than once. Even so, know that you will pay a pretty penny for such a costume.
*Don’t forget about putting together your own costume. This is always a viable option if you need a costume for Halloween, but don’t have a lot of money to put into it. You can pick up such items as old clothing, suspenders, and a straw hat at a local garage sale. You can then use these items to dress as a scarecrow for Halloween.
You can sometimes pick up an old prom dress for a few bucks. You can pair the old prom dress with some funky tennis shoes and make a magic wand and a foil crown. You’ll then be ready to celebrate Halloween as a fairy godmother. The best part is that you’ll have a durable, reusable costume for a portion of the price that you’d pay for a traditional costume.