I am ready for Halloween. I have already started decorating my house, I've got a freezer full of chocolate, my apple-picking date is set, and I've started putting our costumes together. Small problem with that one: my daughter keeps changing her mind. One minute she wants to be Peik Lin from Crazy Rich Asians, the next minute she wants to be a zombie. Now she wants to be a UniKitty Princess. What even is that? Thankfully, princess dresses are still all the rage, and they're front and center at the line of Halloween costumes at Sam's Club, so that only leaves me to figure out how to combine a horn and furry ears, I suppose.
The variety of the costumes available to Sam's Club shoppers this year is huge. They've got everything from the ever-popular inflatable dinosaur costumes to huge, whole head mascot-style masks that blow away the competition. Sam's Club is bringing their A game this year by assuring that every costume they offer is detailed and easy for parents. While you may of course add more accessories as you see fit, these costumes really don't need them. The princess dresses are full of ruffles and rhinestones, and outfits like their Ninja Turtle costumes come complete with belt and weapons, which is a load off for parents everywhere.