That means that it’s time to think about what costume you’ll want to wear this year and figure out where to get it.
There are definitely a couple of fun places in Nashville that you don’t want to miss!
The following tips should make your search for a Halloween costume in Nashville a bit easier…
The first place (having the most diverse selection) is Performance Studios on Church Street.
Unlike some other stores that carry Halloween costumes, Performance Studios carries these items year round. So, if you find yourself needing a costume for a New Year’s Eve theme party, this is the place to go!
If you’re looking for somewhere to find vintage retro clothing for your costume this year, visit Flashback (at 2204 Elliston Place, Nashville) or Pieces Vintage Clothing (at 211 Louise Avenue, Nashville). Actually, these 2 stores are very close, so make an afternoon of it and browse racks at both places.
News Flash! Bittner’s Formal Wear on West End also rents Halloween costumes, in addition to tuxedos and bridal wear of every style.
There are several Party City stores in the Nashville area. They carry lots of different costumes along with the party supplies you’ll need for Halloween entertaining.
For Disney-themed costumes, the best place to shop would at the Disney Store. There is a Disney Store Outlet at the Opry Mills Mall in Nashville. Plus, you can find costumes for infants, kids, and adults online, as well.
TIP: If you plan to order your Halloween costumes or accessories online, do it soon to make sure you receive them on time!
See how to use a real chef’s hat, jacket, and pants to make your own Chef Halloween costume this year.
Hint: you can buy everything you need at the GFS restaurant supply store in Cool Springs!
Of course, you don’t have to take it to the extreme as shown here, but you can still have fun with a chef’s costume if you think outside-the-box a little.
I live in Brentwood, Tennessee and write about fun things to see & do there. I also enjoy using rubber stamps and scrapbooking materials to make my own cards. I use Stampin’ Up products for a lot of my handmade cards.