It may still be summer, but we’re already thinking about Halloween!
The spooky season in the Disney parks is a favorite time of year for many — between the decor, special events, and seasonal treats, there’s a reason why the parks get so many visitors during the fall! If you’re looking to get a jumpstart on your Halloween costume shopping (or just have a little one who loves playing dress-up), we’ve got good news because NEW Disney Princess costumes have dropped online!
Halloween is going to be here before we know it, and if you’ve got a little one in your life who wants to dress up as a Disney Princess, we spotted some new costumes on shopDisney! First up is the Tiana Deluxe Costume for Kids. The gold and green coloring looks just like Tiana’s dress.
There’s also a gorgeous floral brooch detail to top it all off. You can get it now for $69.99.
Unfortunately, this next costume doesn’t come with a Fairy Godmother, but it is absolutely adorable. The Cinderella Deluxe Costume for Kids is $69.99.
It features Cinderella’s iconic blue color scheme and plenty of sparkles to make your little one stand out.
We also spotted a new Rapunzel Deluxe Costume for Kids online as well. It has puffy princess sleeves and shimmering ribbon details, plus a tulle underskirt and faux pearl accents!
At last your little one can see the light in this dress for $69.99.
We’re always keeping an eye out for the latest Disney merchandise, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for more!
Halloween isn’t the only exciting holiday in the Disney parks! Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is returning to Disney World later this year, and the EPCOT Festival of the Holidays is returning as well!
Disney hasn’t announced whether or not the Festival of the Holidays is coming back to Disney California Adventure this year, but we’ll keep an eye out for updates — so stay tuned.
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What’s your favorite season in the Disney parks? Let us know in the comments!