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Burger King Costume

Who needs a clown when you've got the King? Our Burger King costumes are the coolest thing in fast food fashion this Halloween. Complete with regal face, crown, and royal robes, the only other thing you'll need to do to transform yourself into the King is stop in at your local Burger King and pick up a bag full of Whopper Juniors. Your Burger King costume comes with everything else you'll need. And best of all, ordering is even more convenient that the drive-thru.

Hot Dog Child Costume
Retail Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $31.20

Hot Dog Teen Costume
Retail Price: $46.00
Sale Price: $34.67

Burger King Deluxe Adult Costume
Retail Price: $113.00
Sale Price: $84.49

Hot Dog Bunting Costume
Retail Price: $24.00
Sale Price: $17.92

Taco Pet Food Dog Costume
Retail Price: $18.00
Sale Price: $13.73

Hot Dog  Deluxe Adult Costume
Retail Price: $77.00
Sale Price: $57.78

Hot Dog Pet Food Dog Costume
Retail Price: $18.00
Sale Price: $13.73

Hamburger Helper Hand Adult Costume
Retail Price: $108.00
Sale Price: $80.89

Hamburger Helper Hand Child Costume
Retail Price: $85.00
Sale Price: $63.55

Hot Dog Adult Costume
Retail Price: $246.00
Sale Price: $184.16

Hot Dog Bunting Infant Costume
Retail Price: $39.00
Sale Price: $28.88

Do you want to start feeling more powerful? A creative costume can help you achieve just that. Being dressed up in a new costume at least one evening a month may change your life for good.

There's nothing certain to bring the power of Halloween into your night such as the incredible Burger King outfit. Going in a gaggle justifies a motif. Wouldn't it be amazing for you to wander down the street all dressed in Burger King halloween outfits!

Do you remember how occasionally in a past life you may have dressed yourself in somebody else just for a day, were who you have always wanted to become, or even sauntered down the street with a spring in your step? You could possibly like to feel amazing all over again, and you can with one of these rockin' halloween ensembles. The perfect outfit is great, but it isn't until the final details are put on that you will really fit the part. Don't overlook a Giant Ruby Ring, a Black Disco Pants ensemble, and some Loafer Shoes.

Did You Know?

  • DIY Costume Idea: Q-Tip - Dress all in blue, and cover a cap and your shoes with cotton balls.
  • Halloween Trivia: The black kitty has oftentimes been connected with witches. It had been believed that the witch could quite possibly form change into a feline. Many others presumed the felines happen to be the soul of the deceased.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Blow Up Doll - slip on a flesh-colored body suit. Cut the blow-up valve off a beach ball or something similar, and attach it somewhere obvious. Dress in a bra and undergarments set around the bodysuit, and choose lip stick create a large crimson circle round your mouth.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Buddy Christ from Dogma - Dress your body in a light robe together with a scarlet sash over a smaller gold yellow-colored one hanging off one shoulder. Make a 6-inch diameter red heart with gold straw yellow sunbursts behind it and fashion it to your chest area. Don flip flops and lengthy wavy brown hair with beard. Don't forget false charm. Point and give a thumbs up while winking and smiling.
  • Halloween Trivia: Halloween is among the oldest, and is the second most popular, only to Christmas, United States. Halloween, as we enjoy it today, is the blending of more than a thousand years of national evolution.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Devil Disguised for an Angel - outfit your body as an angel with a whitened dress and wings. Don a devil's tail so that it comes out from beneath the back of the dress. Dress in some little horns at your head.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Edward and Bella from Twilight - Edward gels his hair into a side-swept faux-hawk, dusts glitter all over his biceps, and puts on a button-up shirt and trousers. Bella dresses up in long, black colored flowing hair, natural cosmetics with very light face powder, and plain but cute garments.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Andy Warhol - slip on shaggy blond hair with bangs and black roots about the temples. Darken your eyebrows. Slip on a charcoal turtleneck, skinny jeans and boots. Optional: hold a can of Campbell's tomato soup.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Custer - sport a union soldier uniform (azure slacks, azure jacket with brass buttons, knee high boots, etcetera.) Include on a big brimmed hat, cravat, and long white-colored riding gloves. Your own hair might be shoulder-length, with a mustache. Carry a sword.

The net is a superb gift buying tool for outfits and halloween acoutrements. Why be ineffective driving to a bunch of stores when just the right selection is at your fingertips - and will be brought to your door! Note, this will be the perfect costume you will use over and over at costume parties, or even to stun everyone at conventional parties! You'll uncover an awesome outfit for YOU or that special loved-one.