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Advantagessturdy flaps, thick paper suitable for toddlers, lovely rhyming book with great pictures and text

Disadvantageskids get too big for it after a while.

...with a fancy dress costume flap, which is then followed by an illustration of a farmyard animal that looks like a 'normal' animal that a child should recognise. When I say normal, I mean an illustrated cartoon animal, not a picture of an animal. For each animal's costume, there is firstly a paragraph of 4 lines of rhyming text. Each one starts with 'There's a party at the farmyard', before saying something...

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Advantageslooks great

Disadvantagesgaping back, moustache isn't reusable

...For my son?s sixth birthday I had said he could have a fancy dress party at home and he decided he wanted to have a bit of a Mario brothers theme going on with his cake and decorations so of course it made sense that he would dress up as Mario too! I browsed the internet to look for a costume for him and ended up purchasing the Mario costume for boys which I think cost me around £15 for a medium...

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AdvantagesSexy, stretchy

DisadvantagesTutu is scratchy

...designed their dresses perfectly for this. Although it is a little lose, it's not really noticeable at all. My friend who is a UK size 6 also tried this dress on and it didn't even look that bad on her (though noticeably baggy at the back). Fancy dress size guides are usually horribly inaccurate but they seemed to have got it spot on with this range. From my own experience, I'd say that if you're unsure...

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