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What You'll Get
Last-minute Halloween costumes are always embarrassing, from wearing an orange T-shirt to smearing your chest with mayonnaise and telling people you're the mayonnaise man. Upgrade your dressing with this Groupon.
$12 for $25 Worth of Costumes, Accessories, and More
Ready yourself for Halloween with wigs ($24.95–$39.95), face and body paint ($4.95/bottle), eyelashes ($6.95–$9.95), and full costumes ($39.95–$69.95).
The Metro Boutique's colorful boutique dresses everyday people in extraordinary costumes. But unlike many stores of its kind, the stock isn't strictly seasonal—as a member of the National Costumers Association, the shop's dedication to dress-up keeps it in business all year round. The large selection of pieces for any ensemble are sure to turn heads, such as silver pants and mesh shirts for men and colored fishnets, leopard-print body suits, and sexy costume sets for ladies. To infuse costumes with realism, customers can select from a stock of local handmade belts and hats, steampunk-themed goggles, and Teddy Roosevelt's actual mustache.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 11, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Metro Boutique
You can transform into a circus ringleader, a Dia de los Muertos spirit, or a psychedelic flower child at any time of year thanks to the playful selection of costumes at Metro Boutique. As a member of the National Costumes Association, this female-owned boutique fills its racks with apparel and accessories by more than 67 designers, many of them local. The eclectic costumes for men and women range from sensual to spine-chilling. Accessories include Halloween prosthetics to convince others you're a zombie, and wigs that can help you escape a party that was broken up because someone saw a zombie. A selection of tutus features a rainbow-colored number that glows with LED lights, and a gallery of bright stockings is ready and waiting to be matched with vintage heels and go-go boots.