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Sesame Street Costumes

You can tell anyone how to get to Sesame Street when you wear one of our silly and cozy Sesame Street costumes based on the classic TV characters. These are perfect for kids and adults alike and our line features many different sizes and styles. Any Sesame Street costume is going to include a mask and garments that will make the wearer look like one of the famous puppets, but some accessories can also improve the results. Consider tights and gloves to create a very convincing result.

Sesame Street - Frilly Cookie Monster Toddler / Child Costume
Retail Price: $44.00
Sale Price: $33.23

Sesame Street - Cookie Monster Infant/Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $50.00
Sale Price: $37.56

Sesame Street - The Count Adult Costume
Retail Price: $97.00
Sale Price: $72.79

Sesame Street - Frilly Big Bird Toddler / Child Costume
Retail Price: $44.00
Sale Price: $33.23

Sesame Street - Cookie Monster Sassy Female Adult Costume
Retail Price: $78.00
Sale Price: $58.25

Sesame Street - Oscar the Grouch Tween Costume
Retail Price: $68.00
Sale Price: $50.93

Sesame Street - Frilly Elmo Toddler / Child Costume
Retail Price: $44.00
Sale Price: $33.23

Big Bird Child Costume
Retail Price: $66.00
Sale Price: $49.84

Sesame Street Abby Cadabby Deluxe Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $64.00
Sale Price: $47.66

Sesame Street Abby Cadabby Infant/Toddler/Child Costume
Retail Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $31.43

Sesame Street Bert Teen Costume
Retail Price: $98.00
Sale Price: $73.46

Sesame Street Cookie Monster Adult Costume
Retail Price: $125.00
Sale Price: $93.39

Big Bird Tween Costume
Retail Price: $65.00
Sale Price: $48.50

Big Bird Classic Toddler/Child Costume
Retail Price: $53.00
Sale Price: $40.09

Cookie Monster Child/Tween Costume
Retail Price: $66.00
Sale Price: $49.84

Sesame Street Elmo Teen Costume
Retail Price: $110.00
Sale Price: $82.66

Sesame Street - Oscar the Grouch Child Costume
Retail Price: $70.00
Sale Price: $52.32

Sesame Street - Big Bird Male Adult Costume
Retail Price: $97.00
Sale Price: $72.79

Sesame Street Ernie Adult Costume
Retail Price: $84.00
Sale Price: $62.69

Sesame Street - Big Bird Sassy Female Adult Costume
Retail Price: $78.00
Sale Price: $58.25

Sesame Street -  Oscar Ladies Adult Costume
Retail Price: $113.00
Sale Price: $84.94

Sesame Street - Elmo Sassy Female Adult Costume
Retail Price: $85.00
Sale Price: $63.71

Sesame Street - Big Bird Female Adult Costume
Retail Price: $145.00
Sale Price: $108.67

Sesame Street Elmo Plush Deluxe Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $58.00
Sale Price: $43.33

Sesame Street Ernie Teen Costume
Retail Price: $116.00
Sale Price: $86.89

Sesame Street Oscar the Grouch Teen Costume
Retail Price: $134.00
Sale Price: $100.21

Sesame Street Cookie Monster Teen Costume
Retail Price: $125.00
Sale Price: $93.41

Can you imagine that while walking down the street, you pause, and suddenly step into a phone booth and make an appearance flashing a creative outfit. Halloween or any festival can be only one day that it's good to be someone you're not. You can make out to be whoever you would like to be, and nobody thinks twice about it.

Transforming into an individual you would love to be is exactly what Halloween is centred on. A Count costume will provide you with the improvement you require. For those who want to enjoy daily life on the wild side, the Sesame Street costume is certain to draw out the devil in you.

Just what do you expect in a halloween outfit? Do you hope to be a really skilled primrose yellow-colored bird and educate youngsters useful lessons? Our rockin' party outfits will offer you spice, aspirations, and fun times. And prepared for a Face Painting Makeup Disguise Stix to go with your party outfit? Our site has a vast selection of accessories, from shoes to headwear to wands to lightsabres to.....well, you name it.


Did You Know?

  • Sesame Street: Big Bird, an 8-foot-tall yellow bird, lives in a large nest on an abandoned lot adjacent to 123 Sesame Street, located behind the building's trash heap. A regular visitor to Big Bird is his best friend Mr. Snuffleupagus, or Snuffy as everyone calls him.
  • Sesame Street: According to the 2004 edition of "The Guinness Book of World Records 2004," the show holds the record for Most Popular Children's Educational Program, having been shown in 180 countries.
  • Sesame Street: Unfortunately, some classic Muppets have been canned over the years for interesting reasons. Don Music, the piano player who would bang his head against the piano in frustration, had to be discontinued when kids at home started doing the same thing. Harvey Kneeslapper was discontinued because his signature laugh was too much of a strain on Frank Oz's vocal cords. Roosevelt Franklin, arguably one of the first breakthrough Sesame Street Muppets, had to go as he was considered to be a negative cultural stereotype (he was the only African American Muppet at the time and was seen mostly in detention after school). Professor Hastings, a teacher whose lectures were so dull that he'd put himself to sleep while he was giving them, was discontinued - because he was too dull. Some of these banned segments continued to air on the Canadian version for some time after they were removed from the US show.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Fuzzy Dice - Take two square boxes, cut holes for head and arms and cover with felt in the color of your choice. Add dots. Connect together with cord or rope.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Bag Lady - show off an old skirt with "long johns" underneath and several old shirts tucked sloppily into the waistband. Sport a stuffed bra around your waist to simulate a saggy chest. Sport one boot and one shoe. Slip on two different old gloves and an old hat. Use make-up to dirty your skin and clothes. Carry plastic shopping bags filled with junk. If possible push a shopping cart.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Anna Nicole Smith and Out of date Man in a Wheelchair - Anna has on a lengthy, blond wig, a low-cut sleeveless dress, and, if necessary, a stuffed bra. The out of date man has wrinkles drawn on his face, sprays his hair gray or has on a greyish comb-over wig, a light tee, and slacks rather high up on his waist. The man sits in a wheelchair and Anna wheels him about.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Alphabet Soup - Dress in scarlet or black colored orange clothes. Cut letters out of design cardboards and fix them all over your body. Make a giant spoon out of aluminum-foil-covered cardboard and carry it with you.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Beauty Queen - put on a long gown, rhinestone crown, lengthy gloves and high heels. Make a banner saying "Miss America" (or whichever country/city/etc. You'd like). Hold a bouquet of flowers.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Cell Phone - slip on all charcoal garments and stick buttons made out of felt. Make an antenna out of foam or cardboard and attach it to your shoulder.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Anchormen - Dress as Ron Burgundy, and so forth. Inside the video "Anchorman," Everybody should put on 70's business suits, with wide lapels, flared pant legs, etc.
  • DIY Costume Idea: 52-Card Pick-Up - sport darkish garments. Attach a complete card deck all over (this party costume works when you are single!).
  • Halloween Trivia: As mass-marketed newspapers and other numerous mass media continued to promote a wonderful Halloween celebration, Halloween became a bona fide North American holiday in the Nineteen twenties that was an economic advantage for firms and candy producers alike.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Candyland - dress in a cute wear the Candyland game theme colors (pastel a toddler pink and green). The more stripes and ruffles, the better! Fix lollypops, candy canes, gum drops, licorice, and so on. To your clothing, shoes, jewelry, and so on. Slip on dazzling colorful make-up, hair and halloween acoutrements.
  • Halloween Trivia: Many Protestant Christian believers observe Halloween as Reformation Day, a day to recollect the Protestant Reformation, alongside All Hallow´┐Żs Eve or separately from it. Oftentimes, "Gathering Fairs" or "Reformation Celebrations" tend to be held, in which young boys and girls dress up as characters from the Bible or Reformers.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Carton of Franzia Wine (Functional) - Look for a carton that is large enough to fit over your torso. Slash gaps for your forearms, legs and head. Enlarge the artwork from a Franzia wine carton onto posterboard and fix it to the carton. Now, take away the bag of wine from an actual carton of Franzia wine, and duct tape it to the inside of your costume, poking a whole thru the front so the spout can fit through. Added bonus to this costume: you never have to run to the other room for a drink, you can refill your glass from your functioning tap!

The net is an awesome gift buying vehicle for party ensembles and acoutrements. Why be ineffective going to physical stores when just the perfect variety is at your fingertips - and will be mailed to your house! By the way, today's highlighted collections are: a Bert costume and an Ernie costume. You can be anything you desire for hallow's eve or that unique halloween shindig - so "go for it"!