This post was edited on November 2, 2017 after its original posting date on October 12, 2014. Since Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is soon to be released and Elsa Frozen Halloween costumes continue to be popular, I wanted this article to have updated shopping links that are still active. Shopping for Halloween outfits has become as competitive as shopping for the best toys around Christmas time. This morning, I discovered that Elsa outfits were selling out quickly. I had to make a quick decision about how to dress my daughters for Halloween. Since the movie Frozen is a favorite, both of my daughters wanted to be a Frozen character. My older daughter Samantha asked that her younger sister, Georgiana, would dress up as Olaf. Instead of making my little girl dress up as a talking snowman, I found the cutest matching Elsa Frozen Halloween costumes at the Disney store at my local mall. To help parents looking for Elsa dresses, you can check out this list. Elsa Frozen Halloween Costumes: 5 Best Picks The Disney Store When this article was originally published, my daughters were wearing Elsa costumes that the Disney store sold, but those styles are not made anymore. Samantha wore the Cold Play Dress and Georgiana wore the silver Anna and Elsa Deluxe Party Dress. If you can find these styles on eBay, we really liked them. Currently, the Disney store sells the Elsa Costume for Kids. It looks a lot like the one Samantha wore, but the new style has a cape that the original did not have. I like the cape because it covers cold shoulders more than the original style did. Another style is the Elsa Deluxe Costume for Kids. With a fur neckline and thicker, satin fabric, this style is a comfortable and warm option. Party City As a less expensive option, check out the Girls Elsa Costume – Frozen from Party City. I like that the dress has straps on the shoulders to keep the sleeves up on the arms. It falls mid-way between the knee and ankle, which would make it easier to walk in than the longer Disney style. Chasing Fireflies Chasing Fireflies also updated its Elsa costumes in the past three years. You can get The Ultimate Collection Elsa Costume For Girls. This style has a higher neckline than some of the other styles. Similar to the Disney Elsa dress, this one also has long, sheer sleeves. Another option is Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Elsa Costume For Girls. With this soft velour gown, the fur trim and long sleeves will keep you warm in cold weather. It also has faux fur around the neckline. Miss Madelyn’s Bows One cute costumes for toddlers is the Frozen Inspired Elsa Tutu Dress by Miss Madelyn’s Bows on Etsy. Since many other costumes are made for young girls age three and up, the Frozen Inspired Elsa Tutu Dress is a great pick for younger girls. The layered tutu looks beautiful. You can layer the dress over a white tank top. The body of the dress is see-through as is. Target Target has the Frozen Girls’ Elsa Deluxe Costume, which falls below the knee and comes with a tiara. With snowflake details and a bright blue color, the dress has a sheer cape and a white neckline. For more Disney tips and costume advice, follow Theresa’s Reviews on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Youtube. 5 Responses Rebecca October 12, 2014 Great article, review and comparison of all these costumes! I’ll forward this to my daughter. Reply Melissa Matters October 12, 2014 Thanks for the reviews. We bought my daughter an Anna costume when all the Elsa ones were sold out but I might get her one for Christmas. Reply theresa October 12, 2014 Melissa: good idea! I’d love to see the Anna outfit. Do you guys like it? Reply Shere October 14, 2014 such a shame I “only”have a boy Reply Jaya Pandey October 16, 2014 That is really helpful. Makes my job a lot easier 😉 Thanks for all the research and sharing. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.