Halloween costume selections seem to be unlimited. You can choose anythign from scary `witches` to the classic `spiderman`, but what are this year`s hottest sellers? "I think for kids this year, it`s lots of scary costumes. Wear wolfs, witches, and for girls, cinderella, sleeping beauty and princess`s are always popular," says Loftin`s employee Susan McGraw. Three year old, David Loftin, Jr., was `Batman` last year, so this year, he`s going as "Buzz Lightyear". Some people choose not to participate in the holiday, but David`s dad see`s no problem in letting his son celebrate. "It`s about the kids. If they have fun, then that`s what counts. There`s too much bad stuff out there now to say that something like this can render them," says Loftin. And kids aren`t the only ones dressing up. McGraw says she`s going to go as a "Saloon Girl". "I like all the frou frou", she says. Whether you are the scary "Grave Reeper" or the basic "Flapper", the costume selection seems to grow every year, which allows you to pick and choose. Deciding on your costume is only part of the process. Next you have to think of all the details. "There are tons of accessories, makeup, shoes, jewelry, and hats," says Loftin`s co-owner Susan Kirkland. From costumes, to decorations, Halloween is only nine days away. Make sure you are prepared for all types of trick or treaters. "There is no age limit for Halloween. We have people come in here that range from six months to adults," says McGraw. JANA JACOBS-REPORTER WDHN 18
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