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Value: $40

Ends November 29, 2019.

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Discover the wonders of costume play at Suitables where youngsters suit up and power their imagination. Six (6) winners will get to play and imagine with Suitable costumes!

Cute and comfy best describe these striking slip-over-your-head outfits. Every Suitable is very light with designs weighing between 2 to about 4 lbs including any electronics and batteries. The soft stretch straps make them very comfortable to wear, report both kids and parents!

With pretend-play costumes from Suitables like the Diesel Train or Space Cruiser, parents just don’t buy a costume but have children help build a striking cardboard one! Imagine the pride when the neighbors’ ask, “Where did you get that Airplane? Train? Bulldozer?” The answer, of course, is “I made it!”

“Our unique corrugated cardboard costumes are fun and easy to build and even more fun to play in,” explains Suitables President & Lead Designer Mike Goedde. “Whether you're looking for a unique costume for Halloween, birthday party, or a role play adventure anytime at home – there's simply nothing like it anywhere else! Every one of our costumes is innovative, environmentally friendly and recyclable.”

Online orders from the Suitables site include free shipping! The helpful site explains how to measure your child for the right fit. Then be sure to click on their informative how-to YouTube videos. Ready to explore 10 imaginative ideas? Start with space exploration, a hot topic this year with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Consider a pretend play outfit that’s out-of-this-world!

All are safety-tested for ages 3+ because of small parts, but kids age 2 and older can enjoy. 

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