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Disguise releases new licensed lines for Halloween 2019

American dress-up company Disguise has launched a number of new licensed costume and accessory lines in time for Halloween 2019.

As the costume division of leading toy manufacturer, JAKKS Pacific, Disguise knows a thing or two about the most popular children’s brands and characters. It specialises in adapting them into fabulous dress-up innovations, allowing kids and adults alike to immerse themselves in their favourite character for the ultimate Halloween experience.

New costumes for the Halloween 2019 season include characters from global entertainment franchises such as Pokémon, Transformers, Frozen II, Toy Story 4, The Little Mermaid and Descendants 3.

Frozen II is of course one of the most highly-anticipated properties of recent years, and as such Disguise is particularly excited about its new Anna and Elsa costumes. Elsa’s dress features a regal glitter print and mini sequin detail as well as a detachable organza sparkly cape with a high-shine glitter print and satin belt. Anna’s colourful costume is a tea length dress with glitter print, sculpted neckline and a detachable cape.

Other costumes expected to do particularly well include the Transformers Bumblebee costume, which allows the wearer to change into a cool muscle car simply by crouching down.

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