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About Us

This website is dedicated to helping you organize the best Halloween parties, choose the best Halloween costumes or find out the best tricks to trick your friends, so once a year, this unique holiday to end up being a very memorable one.

We provide our clients with all kinds of costumes, from Disney princesses to very life-like animal costumes. We have children’s as well as adult costumes, and also couple costumes, in case you feel like being a fairytale couple, or, why not, a villain one.

The shopping experience on our site is interactive and fully secure, set to assure the best for our beloved clients, for this one very special time in the year.

We deliver everywhere on the globe, any time a year. But here’s a special tip, just for you: It’s better to order at least a few months earlier, because we have specials offers all the time, and the prices are lower immediately after Halloween, and also in summer and spring. There is a saying that advices you to buy a sledge in the summer, and cart in the winter. So follow this advice and visit our site any time of the year, you won’t regret.



When Christianity came to England and the rest of Europe, 1 November became a day dedicated to all those saints who didn't have a special day of their own. They performed a mass called 'All hallows mass' and the night before became known as All Hallows E'en and eventually Hallowe’en or Halloween. When the Romans conquered England, they merged Samhain with their own festivals, a harvest festival called Poloma, and a celebration for the dead called Feralia.

In Mexico, they celebrate El Dia de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead starting the evening of October 31.

It is thought that the colors orange and black became Halloween colors because orange is associated with harvests (Halloween marks the end of harvest) and black is associated with death.

Black cats were originally believed to protect witches' powers from negative forces. Did you know that a pumpkin is actually a squash, and comes from the same family as the cucumber? About 99% of pumpkins sold are used as Jack O' Lanterns at Halloween.