Fairy costumes portray a wide array of magical little winged creatures such as Tinker Bell (Tinkerbell or Tink) and her fairy friends in Pixie Hallow which include Silvermist, Terence, Rosetta, Iridessa, Fawn and Vidia as well as a whole lot of other fairies including the Tooth Fairy, Woodland Fairy, Sugar Plum Fairy, Pixie Fairy, and so on.
We would hope that you will take the time to browse through our site and you will discover that we carry fairies costumes for sexy and plus size adult women and also for teen girls, toddler kids, and infant babies. All our fairy dresses and their accessories (fairy wings, fairy wands, fairy headpieces, shoes, stockings, etc.) are of the highest quality and all their prices are the lowest in the costume industry.
Please take a close look at the following which is also one of my personal favorite fairies Halloween costumes:
Green Foliage Fairy Child Costume
(Available in sizes to fit most girls between the ages of 7 and 10).
Whimsical, woodsy, spunky and cute — this outfit is sure to make your young girl very, very happy with her own looks and so will you.
This lovely Green Foliage Fairy Child Costume consists of a velvety green sleeveless top that features a flower arrangement at its neckline, an olive green skirt with a jagged hemline and an attached sheer olive green overskirt.
Also included with this adorable ensemble is a shimmering gold colored tie waistband that is embellished with flower arrangements and a pair of matching gold fairy wings.
Lovely, simply lovely!
Having spent some time on our site at Fairy Costumes.org, we hope that you’ve come to realize that shopping with us will result in top quality products for very reasonable prices.
Being four feet high and four feet wide, with eight fingers and toes, and living in dens and caves of wooded areas, Trolls may not be quite as striking as fairies but they possess just as much power and might. Actually, Trolls quite closely resemble ogres of England where they are called Troller’s Gill.
Likewise, a third group of troll-like creatures live in the Faroe Island, Orkney and Shetland where they are referred to as Trows and they too are thought to be descendants of the Vikings. On rare occasion, Trolls may be confused for fairies because some of them have wings and they love to frolic all through the night.