Weekly Top 5: Halloween Part III: Where To Buy Your Last-Minute Costumes

Happy Half-Assed Halloween!

1. Cappel’s has five locations, but their Race Street costume annex is where you’ll find the best selection of masks, costumes, face paint, and other Halloween costume accessories. cappelsinc.com

2. Costume Castle in Loveland has discounted packaged kids costumes for sale as well as plenty of costume rental options for adults. Want to dress up as Nefertiti…or a hamburger? They can hook you up. costumecastle.com

3. Schenz Theatrical Supply offers costume rental as well as wigs, beards, makeup, and hats. schenz.com/framedex.html

4. Talk of the Town sells a well-curated array of vintage pieces from the ’20s-’80s and a seemingly endless supply of costumes and accessories to rent, including jewelry. talkofthetowncincy.com

5. St. Vincent de Paul on Beechmont Avenue in Mt. Washington has a nice selection of second-hand kids costumes and Halloween spirit wear, as well as a rotating stock of gently used clothes, shoes, and hats, formal wear, handbags, and accessories. svdpcincinnati.org

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