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Everyone can Be A Hero ;) Wholesale Costume Club Review


Super Girl got busted trying to fly ;)
It is hard to believe I am already talking about costumes! With holidays flying by one after another though Halloween will be here before we know it. Recently I was given the chance for a fun super hero costume review from Wholesale Costume Club.
I thought and thought who would get the most use out of being a superhero and instantly thought of my daughter. I figured when you have a little girl costumes aren't just for Halloween any more! Dress up is an every day part of life around here. Whether she is being a princess, ballerina or even a super hero she love costumes! What a better super hero to be then Super Girl of course :) She was so excited when she go this costume that she had to put it on as soon as she was finished with dinner. Flying all around at the speed of light she loved her new found powers that came with the costume. After about a week of use we needed to throw it in the washing machine. I was really please at how well it washed. Often I buy costumes and they do not hold up to being washed! For a one time costume that isn't a big deal but for something that my children are going to wear all the time it really does need to be able to hold up to the wear and tear. I really love this costume and its quality :) I love watching my daughter enjoy it even more!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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