Look spooktacular at Magic Kingdom with these Disney-inspired Halloween costumes
Though Halloween looks a bit different this year, guests of all ages at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom will be able to dress up in their best costumes and join the spooktacular fun starting Sept. 15. From super heroes to princess and pirates, HalloweenCostumes.com has an exclusive selection of different Disney characters to choose from.
By Kayleen Padron
For this jolly holiday, Mary Poppins would be a great option. Going with a significant other? Guests can chimney sweep the night away in a Bert costume.
Feeling like a princess? All guests need is their favorite book and this costume to transform themselves into Belle. This park-friendly Cinderella Dress will make any guest the talk of the ball – and what is Cinderella without her Fairy Godmother?
Heroines also have exclusive costumes online as well. Esmeralda and Mulan may not be princesses, but these Disney ladies are loved by all. Sassy Megara and Merida are exclusively available online as well.
Lest we forget the hunky Disney princes! Stroll the streets of Agrabah in this Aladdin costume, or get ready to join the human world with Prince Eric. Guests can also go from zero to hero in this Hercules costume!
For smaller guests that like warm hugs, this Olaf costume is sure to melt hearts. Elsa and Anna can join in on the flurry of fun, and don’t forget about Kristoff!
Of course, the real stars of Halloween are the Disney Villains. No one dresses up like Gaston in this costume. Millennial guests will definitely recognize this throwback Disney Channel villain, Shego. Of course, the fairest of all villains is the Evil Queen herself.
Costumes from other favorite franchises like Descendants, The Incredibles and Marvel are also available, just make sure the costume follows park guidelines.
Along with the regular guidelines of face masks and social distancing, there are rules as to what kind of costumes guests are allowed to wear. Costumes that surround the body are strongly discouraged and may subject any guest to additional screening (sorry to all the Buzz Lightyear and Darth Vader fans). Costumes can’t reach or drag on the ground, so if the Elsa dress reaches the floor, you’ll have to let it go.
Much to Edna Mode’s disdain, capes can be worn as long as they don’t go below the waist. And no costume masks are allowed for guests over the age of 14. Guests age 13 and under can wear a mask as long as it does not cover the entire face and eyes are visible. For more information on Walt Disney World’s costume regulations, click here.
Which of these Halloween costumes were your favorite? Do you have plans to dress up as a Disney character this Halloween? Let us know in the comments!