April 16, 2013

Star Wars Jedi Costume Review

  Disclosure -  I received a product to review from the company. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own

Bid's birthday is in less than 2 weeks, and she has it all planned.  We'll go to Jungle Jims with her cousins in the morning, and then we'll go back to our house for cake and ice cream and presents - all in costume.

The chance to review a Star Wars costume from costumesupercenter.com couldn't have come at a more perfect time.

My husband takes his Star Wars seriously, and knows more about Jedis than anyone else I know.  Because of this, I knew that I wanted to get a costume for him.  We looked around the site together, and decided to go classic with the Jedi costume and get a robe.

The Deluxe Jedi Robe Adult Costume is just that.   This robe is comprised of a heavy brown weave with an attached hood. It's a one size fits all costume and is large enough to fit over another costume..

It may seem a little strange that we wanted a robe when we don't have the rest of the costume.  But with the robe, we can turn any of the old costumes in our closet into something new and fantastic.

Now my husband is debating the merits of a Jedi Leprechaun, or a Jedi Potato for this years costume.  We don't actually have a potato costume, but he is pretty sure that he can make one out of cardboard.

To Buy - The Deluxe Jedi Robe Costume is available at costumesupercenter.com and retails for $39.99.  It's a great buy for any Star Wars lover in your life.

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  1. I want to see the Jedi leprechaun. Very versatile costume.

    slehan at juno dot com

  2. I think it's great that she knows what she wants, and wants everyone in costumes.

    slehan at juno dot com

  3. I like that you can make this costume into many different ones.

    slehan at juno dot com