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ROAR! It's a Dragonsaurous

I recently received a Dragonsaurous Child Costume to review from Wholesale Halloween Costumes. Out of all the costumes I have written about for this company (Baby Skunk, Blonde Wig, and Little Lion), this one is my favorite by far! If you're looking for a costume for your baby or toddler for Halloween this year, this one is it.
Out of the package, the Dragonsaurous costume looks exactly as high quality as it does online. There is no need to iron it. The scales going down the tail and the teeth are a thick enough felt that they don't simply fall over like in lower quality costumes. The zipper works flawlessly. Everything is connected so you're not going to be searching the house frantically trying to find a part of the costume before trick-or-treating. I also love that this is a unisex costume. Boys and girls would both have fun roaring and stomping around is this costume, whether on Halloween or simply for playing dress-up.

Plus, it's super-cute!



I was especially impressed with the variety of colors and textures of the fabric. Despite being crammed into nearly too small packaging, none of the texture seemed affected in any way.



I was surprised to finally see a side view when I received this Dragonsaurous costume. It wasn't available on the website. Look - wings!


So that's why they call it a dragonsaurous instead of just a dinosaur!

 

Personally, I think the costume would be cuter without the little wings. They hadn't been shown online or mentioned in the product description, so they weren't what I had been expecting.

That said, what toddler costume isn't improved by the imaginary ability to fly? Wings crank the fun factor way up!

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