As we get closer to October 31st, the most important question on everyone's mind is "who (or what) am I going to be for Halloween?" Here are the best places to get you or your kiddos all dressed up for the occasion.

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    Spirit Halloween

    2935 East 2nd Street

    Spirit Halloween is back in the big location, right next to Hobby Lobby. They have a huge selection, whether you’re looking for adult or children’s costumes. They are a seasonal store, but they are now open, 7 days a week! The added plus to shopping here is, even if you can’t find it in the store, you can also shop on their website.

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    Party America

    4336 E. 2nd St

    Party America is Casper’s year round party supply store. They have an excellent supply of costumes, but they also have everything else you need to make this Halloween unforgettable. They also have website to get those items you may not be able to find in store.

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    Hot Topic

    Eastridge Mall, 601 SE Wyoming Blvd, Space #1274

    Hot Topic surprisingly has a decent selection of costumes as well as a lot of Halloween-esque accessories. Located in the mall for your convenience, they also have website for that good ole at home shopping experience.

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    Eastridge Mall, 601 SE Wyoming Blvd

    Spencer is also located in the Eastridge Mall. They have some pretty awesome costumes, but they are definitely geared more towards the grown and sexy crowd. Be prepared for the more provocative stuff here. They also have a website for your shopping pleasure.

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    Walmart, Target & Kmart

    If you're looking to save a few greenbacks, especially if you have more than one munchkin to suit up, any one of these retail stables is a good bet. You may not be able to find some of the obscure costumes, but the favorites (super heroes, cartoon characters, etc.) will be easy enough to find.