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Top 10 Halloween Costumes for Girls 2011

Oct 24, 2011

Halloween is the one time of year where you can live out your wildest fantasies – casting spells and swimming in the sea. With so many options, how will you ever choose? Luckily, the holiday is an annual event so if you see more than one costume you like, you can be that one next year! Get inspired by Kidzworld’s list of top 10 costumes for girls.

No. 10: Smurfette

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Katy Perry brought Smurfette into the 21st Century in the new 2011 movie The Smurfs. Show your support by wearing blue.

No. 9: Snow White

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With two Snow White movies set to be released soon, this Disney heroine is the talk of the town. Just don’t bite into any poisonous apples.

No. 8: Red Riding Hood

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Amanda Seyfried showed the darker side of this fairytale character in the 2011 thriller film. Throw on a red cape and show your own mysterious side.

No. 7: Cheerio cheerleader

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Gleek out in this cheerleader costume inspired by Glee’s Cheerios. Your night should be full of song and dance unless you run into Sue Sylvester.

No. 6: Princess Peach

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Mario’s maiden in distress comes alive on Halloween. Find your own Mario (or Bowser) and navigate the pipes of your town.

No. 5: Mermaid

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Whether you’re a fan of Ariel or just want to have fins, you can’t deny a mermaid’s magical qualities. Experience life under the sea with a dazzling seashell getup.

No. 4: Cupcake

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Indulge your sweet side this Halloween in an adorable cupcake costume. Just make sure no one tries to take a bite!

No. 3: Witch

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Cast a spell or ride a broom? Both witchy acts are possible on this spookiest of nights.

No. 2: Pirate

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Go digging for treasure or battle on the open seas in a fun and fishy pirate outfit. Happy hunting!

No. 1: Rainbow Bright

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Embrace your colorful side as Rainbow Bright. This animated character was rarely seen without her white horse, so you may need to find yourself a companion.

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