If you're a kid, the Second Tyme Around Shoppe has something for you. From Winnie-the-Pooh to cheerleaders, they've got the traditional costumes covered.
And if you're a kid, you should keep in mind some of the strange Halloween-related laws in effect around the country:
- In Dublin, Georgia, you can’t go out in public wearing a mask if you are under the age of 16.
- In Walnut Creek, California, a permit is required to go “trick or treating” if a mask or disguise is to be worn on a public street. You can get a permit from the town sheriff.
- In Alabama, no one may dress up like a priest, on Halloween or any other day. Also, you can’t wear a mustache when you are attending church on Halloween as it might make people laugh if it is amusing.
- In Hollywood, California, you can't use, sell, possess, or distribute silly string from 12:00 AM on October 31 until 12:00 PM November 1. You can be fined $1000 for just holding the can.