Did your little monster start planning his Halloween costume back in July— when he spotted them at Costco—and has already changed his mind ten times? Yay, ours too. Before you head out in search of the perfect getup, click through the gallery to see our favorite shops that sell pint-sized costumes guaranteed to scare up some serious candy this Halloween.

For the Whole Family: Party @ Display & Costume

With three locations—Seattle, Everett and Issaquah—Party @ Display & Costume specializes in spooktacular Halloween costumes for the whole family as well everything you’ll need for your Halloween bash. The flagship store in the Northgate neighborhood is by far the largest of the three locations and carries a robust selection of costumes for babes, toddlers and older kids. Costume sizes range from extra small to extra large and include a large assortment of licensed costumes (think Disney, Star Wars and Marvel, DC). The stores also carry masks, wigs, hats, make-up and accessories as well as items to design your own Halloween getup.

Good to Know: Party @ Display & Costume takes decorating seriously and some of the décor (zombies, vampires and other things that go bump in the night) might be a little scary for little ones – yet super-duper cool for big kids. Costume prices range from $12 to $55.

11201 Roosevelt Way N.E.
Seattle, Wa 98125

5209 Evergreen Way
Everett, Wa 98203

6000 E. Lake Sammamish Pkwy. S.E., Suite B
Issaquah, Wa 98029

Online: displaycostume.com

photo: Party @ Display & Costume via Yelp

  • For the Whole Family: Party @ Display & Costume
  • For a Huge Selection: Champion Party Supply
  • For DIY Options: Satsuma Designs
  • For the Wild & Wacky: Archie McPhee
  • For the Latest and Greatest: Party City
  • For Unique Treasures: Value Village
  • For the Cuteness Factor: Gymboree
  • For Online Shopping: Costume City
  • For Kids, Pumpkins & Pets: Spirit Halloween
  • For Consignment Deals: Hand-Me-Downs
  • For No-Fuss Fun: Old Navy

Did we miss your favorite costume shop? We’d love to hear about it in the Comments below!

— Kristina Moy

feature photo courtesy of Sasha Weiler