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MNSSHP - Dress code

yummum08
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MNSSHP - Dress code

Hi all,

We are planning on going to this but have bought children scary Halloween outfits. in England normally they are scary. Then it clicked....doh trigger lol. It's a not so scary party!

It's says no offensive costumes so am guessing a headless ghoul, the joker, scary jester and evil clown are offensive? We were thinking no masks and we might be ok?

What do you wear when you go?

This maybe a silly post!

Thanks

Laura

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1. Re: MNSSHP - Dress code

"no-so-scary"

yes, would skip the costumes you mentioned assuming they are masks. while you'll see a variety of costumes, and perhaps a few "scary" themed ones, for kids, think along the lines of princesses and super heros. maybe trade masks for friendlier face paint or nothing at all. you really don't want to be wearing a mask anyway.

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2. Re: MNSSHP - Dress code

Those costumes sound like they would fall into the offensive category. We don't wear masks and neither do our kids. And our costumes are more Disney characters,Superheros like Batman,even famous NYC buildings like the Empire State Building but ghouls and evil clowns?Halloween is supposed to be fun not terrifying so I would just make it a fun clown and a ghost.

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