Has your dog recently found her betrothed? Want to stage a doggy wedding in your own backyard? Even if the answer is no to both of those questions, I found a seriously cute dog Halloween costume at a great price. Get the East Side Collection Yappily Ever After wedding dress for dogs, regularly $23.99, now $6.72 and free shipping if you have Prime.
I have to admit, I do dress my dog up for Halloween and I can't say I do it because of the kids as I've been doing it before kids.I had never bought my dog their own Halloween costume, instead going the DIY route, but with the low prices I'm seeing on dog costumes at Amazon in their Halloween pet store, I think my little Miss Ruby is getting her own costume along with the kids.
This doggy wedding dress includes a dress and an adjustable headpiece and is said to be comfortable.
This dress would also work great if your dog is your flower girl. Mine would have been ours if we hadn't had a destination wedding. There are tuxes for the groom, but they are a bit more money than the wedding dress. It is refreshing to see that since the bride is usually the one with all the expenses! ;)
There are various sizes available in this dress and the 8-inch (the smallest) is the $6.72 price point. The 10-inch is $9.49, but the 12-inch and larger price goes up quite a bit to $20.02 and up to $33.59 for the 24-inch. I'd love to see a Rottweiler in a wedding dress.
If a wedding dress isn't how you wanted to dress your dog up this year, how about Superman? This small Supermancostume is sold by a secondary seller with free shipping and is $7.10, regularly $35.99. Extra large is only $10.24 and all of the sizes are listed by measurements, which are shown, although they suggest getting a larger size than what you've measured.
I'm also quite loving this sailor costumefor cats or dogs that was $43.24 and sells for $5.56 with free shipping from a secondary seller. But, there is no way I would try to get this on my cats as they would probably rip my arms off!
Bargainmoosers, how many of you dress up your pets at Halloween?