Excluding the heat, July is one of my favorite months of the year. My husband is home for the summer, and there is always something going on in Utah. Last night we watched 4+ big city fireworks shows from my backyard, and there are parades and festivals all month long.
To get in the spirit of things, I thought it would be fun to introduce all of you to some of the fun historical costumes available from Wholesale Halloween Costumes.
For the 4th -
In Utah we also have a state holiday on the 24th to celebrate when the first pioneers came to Utah. We're big on American History here and lots of people do reenactments, have balls, and even go on cross country treks to honor our state's settlers. So for the 24th -
I've seen a lot of pioneer costumes in my day. Most are home made and not very attractive or comfortable looking. I love the prairie lady costume because it looks fancier than most, but would still work for a variety of activities.
The costume has a full skirt so it does have a bit of netting, but it isn't restrictive at all.
To Buy - The Prairie Lady costume retails for just $37.90 at Wholesale Halloween Costumes and includes the bonnet, the belt, and the dress. It comes in a standard size and is made to fit bust 34-38 and waist 26-32. I'm pretty average in size and my measurements fall in the middle of both categories. When I tried the dress on it was a bit roomy, but fit well when I added the belt.
It's definitely worth checking out!
Unfortunately I don't have a way to take a picture of myself in the costume but will add one when I can get my husband to take one!
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