Recycled Halloween Costumes from ThredUP

Recycled Halloween Costumes from ThredUP

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Beth Callaghan
Oct 25, 2010

Halloween is only days away; are you still looking for a costume for your little one? ThredUP could be the answer. The clothing exchange site is hosting an online costume swap.

We've profiled ThredUP before because we love their concept. Now, they've upped their game with a brilliant way to recycle and reuse Halloween costumes. Throughout the month of October, you can list your own used, outgrown costumes and choose one that will fit in return. The service works like their regular clothing swap: sign up to offer your own old costume to someone (the site even sends you shipping boxes and will schedule home pick-up!), then find a costume you want for your child. You pay $5 plus shipping.

In just a quick search, we found a frog costume, a vampire, a chicken, a cheerleader, and a Power Ranger. Sizes go from infant through size 20, although you will find a much larger selection in smaller sizes.

Let ThredUP provide you with a last minute Halloween costume that's eco-friendly, to boot.

See all the selections at ThredUP.

(Image: Image by Flickr member juhansonin licensed for use under Creative Commons. Via Inhabitots.)

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