Target Is Selling Halloween Costumes For Kids With Special Needs!

We may only be in July, but that's not stopping Target from bringing out the Halloween decorations and costumes already!

One thing that Target is stepping up their game with is the kid's costumes because they are adding a line of costumes for kids with special needs.

There's two options for kids who use wheel chairs one is a Princess Carriage and the other is a Pirate.

The Princess Carriage is $45 and has two panels that are painted gray, white, and purple to look like a royal carriage.

According to Target, it hooks up to the child's wheel chair using a "hook-and-loop closures for a secure fit."

The princess dress itself is $20 and is sold separately.

The pirate costume turns your wheelchair into a pirate ship and has ocean patterned wheels.

The pirate outfit is $25 and is sold separately.

Besides the costumes for children with wheelchair needs, there's also costumes for those with unique sensory needs.

There's a shark costume and a unicorn costume that includes a “flat seams and no tags for an ultra-comfy feel.”

The costumes also has detachable parts and hidden openings so that the children can move around easily and feel comfortable

The shark and unicorn costumes are $25 for toddlers and $30 for kids.

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