|Amy Katsumoto and I|
|Bryson and I last year.|
Bryson and I looked on Amazon this year and it's almost $100 for our costumes, so Amy Katsumoto (my godmother) and I went to Savers in Kalihi to look for a cheaper costume. The princes costumes there we're as nice as I thought they were going to be. So we decided to look around the rest of the store.
I found a whole bunch of really cute stuff. Well I found a kings crown and I was thinking about just buying so I can walk around my house in my underwear. My godmother found a gypsy hat and I told her to buy it just so that she can walk around her house and weird out her husband.
So this year I still have no idea what I'm going to do. Well actually I totally went off topic on what I wanted to talk about. Savers in Kalihi was my main focus - this is why I can't be a journalist I'd make everything super personal. Kalihi Savers has some really cute things for Halloween. Well actually it's more of Odds and Ends - not really full length put together costumes.
For example: they have many wigs, skirts, pieces of costumes. If I were to try and explain it Halloween supplies at Savers is more of a À la carte selection. Not quite the main entree. The organization of the store though tries to make it not so much of bundled mess of costume supplies. Like where the 'wings' are - there would be puffy skirts, magical wands, sparkly hats, and where the pirate hats are there would be things like swards, hook hands, etc. you know the things that you would need to be a pirate.
I think that's how Savers gets it's money from costume sells, cause it's nothing used - all of the Halloween supplies are brand new! I think it costs more for you to buy each part separate that's bad for the customer but in a sense great for Savers, that's an excellent strategy.
SO end of story I was unable to find my Halloween costume at Savers in Kalihi. Would recommend though. Hope to you see your Halloween pics! Send some to me or tag me on instagram @hikariyama_torao http://instagram.com/hikariyama_torao