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14 Well-Stocked Shops for Scoring Halloween Costumes in LA

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If your first priority this Halloween was penciling in your party plans, now's the time to check your costume sitch. For those not going for the "this-was-all-that-was-left" look, there are officially 10 days left to raid LA's still-stocked Halloween shops. Chop, chop!

Whether you're hunting for a barely-there number, a show-stopping Renaissance stunner, grab-and-go bags, or head-to-toe animal outfits, below are 14 of LA's best shops for finding your perfect Halloween look. See them in A to Z order below and feel free to comment if your favorites are missing from the list.

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Aahs! Westwood

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In addition to gifts, novelties, and party supplies, Aahs! in Westwood is brimming with all sorts of costumes for the season. Its sister retailer, Halloween Club, also offers endless options at its many warehouse locations, including two open-year-round Superstores in Montebello and La Mirada. [Photo]

Halloween Adventure Superstore

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This spot has everything you could possibly need for a seriously spooky look. We're talking masks, makeup, all-in-one packages, pumpkin carving kits, and creepy home decorations. [Photo]

Halloween Time Superstore

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From Disney princess dresses to superhero attire to funny costumes, this spot has a wide variety of options. Nab a different costume for every Halloween party on your list. [Photo]

Halloween Town Costumes

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This Halloween shopping staple has not one, but three stores open on the same street. There's Halloween Town (2921 W. Magnolia Blvd.) that's open year-round and filled with props and decor. Open only seasonally, there's Halloween Town Costumes with all the costumes and accessories you'll need and the all-new Halloween Town Kids shop (3013 W. Magnolia Blvd.) with costumes for little ones, pets, and much more. [Photo]

Hollywood Toys & Costumes

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Just like Halloween Town in Burbank, this spot is open year-round and is just dying to dress you up in their array of terrifying costumes. Their life-like masks and incredibly intricate options are worthy of exploring, especially if you have an endless budget. [ Photo]

Ozzie Dots

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Vintage costume spot Ozzie Dots is your one-stop shop for all your costume needs. The store is stocked with everything from costumes to hats, wigs, mustaches, eyelashes, beards, tutus, makeup, and much more. [Photo]

Spirit Halloween Store - Beverly

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This Spirit Halloween store on Beverly Boulevard is just one of the chain's many, many spots in the city. Go here to find budget-friendly costumes for the whole family.

StarMakers Costumes & Parties

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This cute costume shop stocks all kinds of popular picks including Alice in Wonderland, Marilyn Monroe, and Minnie Mouse. It also has a great selection of couple costumes. Think Sonny and Cher, Cleopatra and Marc Anthony, and many more. [Photo]

Ursula's Costumes

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Specializing in top-notch costume rentals, Ursula's Costumes can help you transform into just about anything, from furry mascots to food items to pop culture icons. [Photo]

Western Costume Company

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From Cinderella to Frankenstein, Western Costume Company boasts a big variety of rental costumes from major movies. Rental prices range from $45 to $325. Into it? Get there asap to score the best picks for Halloween. [Photo]

Adele's of Hollywood

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This Tinseltown go-to has been outfitting partygoers both big and small for every holiday, from Superman to Santa and beyond. Brimming with tons of grab-and-go costume options for kids and adults, expect to find cute couple sets like "bacon and eggs" alongside famous movie characters and much more. Rentals—think elaborate Renaissance gowns, furry animal outfits, and other handmade costumes—are also available by the week for $65 to $250, depending on the quality of the item. [Photo]

The Costume Shoppe

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This Glendale costume rental warehouse is filled with theatrical and character get-ups, from Disney faves like the Mad Hatter to Day of the Dead masks to Darth Vader and creepy-chic Venetian ball outfits. Rentals range from $45 to $125; scope out the store's Facebook page for extended holiday hours and more from their impressive selection. [Photo]

Junk for Joy

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This wacky wonderland on Burbank's vintage-happy Magnolia Boulevard stocks more than your average packaged flapper kit. Find everything from cheesy Halloween vests to $10 kids costumes to accoutrements for every type of chic or scary look. [Photo]

Trashy Lingerie

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If your idea of getting dressed for Halloween is "not much," head this Victoria's Secret Angel-faved WeHo lingerie haven for your sexy costumes. Channel your inner policewoman, cowgirl, or uh, Jolly Rancher with their bargain buys (many are on sale for under $50) or pick up their one-of-a-kind designs, which you can see in-store or online by emailing randy@trashy.com to set up a FaceTime or Skype appointment (Trashy no longer posts custom-made looks on its site due to copycats). [Photo]

Aahs! Westwood

In addition to gifts, novelties, and party supplies, Aahs! in Westwood is brimming with all sorts of costumes for the season. Its sister retailer, Halloween Club, also offers endless options at its many warehouse locations, including two open-year-round Superstores in Montebello and La Mirada. [Photo]

Halloween Adventure Superstore

This spot has everything you could possibly need for a seriously spooky look. We're talking masks, makeup, all-in-one packages, pumpkin carving kits, and creepy home decorations. [Photo]

Halloween Time Superstore

From Disney princess dresses to superhero attire to funny costumes, this spot has a wide variety of options. Nab a different costume for every Halloween party on your list. [Photo]

Halloween Town Costumes

This Halloween shopping staple has not one, but three stores open on the same street. There's Halloween Town (2921 W. Magnolia Blvd.) that's open year-round and filled with props and decor. Open only seasonally, there's Halloween Town Costumes with all the costumes and accessories you'll need and the all-new Halloween Town Kids shop (3013 W. Magnolia Blvd.) with costumes for little ones, pets, and much more. [Photo]

Hollywood Toys & Costumes

Just like Halloween Town in Burbank, this spot is open year-round and is just dying to dress you up in their array of terrifying costumes. Their life-like masks and incredibly intricate options are worthy of exploring, especially if you have an endless budget. [ Photo]

Ozzie Dots

Vintage costume spot Ozzie Dots is your one-stop shop for all your costume needs. The store is stocked with everything from costumes to hats, wigs, mustaches, eyelashes, beards, tutus, makeup, and much more. [Photo]

Spirit Halloween Store - Beverly

This Spirit Halloween store on Beverly Boulevard is just one of the chain's many, many spots in the city. Go here to find budget-friendly costumes for the whole family.

StarMakers Costumes & Parties

This cute costume shop stocks all kinds of popular picks including Alice in Wonderland, Marilyn Monroe, and Minnie Mouse. It also has a great selection of couple costumes. Think Sonny and Cher, Cleopatra and Marc Anthony, and many more. [Photo]

Ursula's Costumes

Specializing in top-notch costume rentals, Ursula's Costumes can help you transform into just about anything, from furry mascots to food items to pop culture icons. [Photo]

Western Costume Company

From Cinderella to Frankenstein, Western Costume Company boasts a big variety of rental costumes from major movies. Rental prices range from $45 to $325. Into it? Get there asap to score the best picks for Halloween. [Photo]

Adele's of Hollywood

This Tinseltown go-to has been outfitting partygoers both big and small for every holiday, from Superman to Santa and beyond. Brimming with tons of grab-and-go costume options for kids and adults, expect to find cute couple sets like "bacon and eggs" alongside famous movie characters and much more. Rentals—think elaborate Renaissance gowns, furry animal outfits, and other handmade costumes—are also available by the week for $65 to $250, depending on the quality of the item. [Photo]

The Costume Shoppe

This Glendale costume rental warehouse is filled with theatrical and character get-ups, from Disney faves like the Mad Hatter to Day of the Dead masks to Darth Vader and creepy-chic Venetian ball outfits. Rentals range from $45 to $125; scope out the store's Facebook page for extended holiday hours and more from their impressive selection. [Photo]

Junk for Joy

This wacky wonderland on Burbank's vintage-happy Magnolia Boulevard stocks more than your average packaged flapper kit. Find everything from cheesy Halloween vests to $10 kids costumes to accoutrements for every type of chic or scary look. [Photo]

Trashy Lingerie

If your idea of getting dressed for Halloween is "not much," head this Victoria's Secret Angel-faved WeHo lingerie haven for your sexy costumes. Channel your inner policewoman, cowgirl, or uh, Jolly Rancher with their bargain buys (many are on sale for under $50) or pick up their one-of-a-kind designs, which you can see in-store or online by emailing randy@trashy.com to set up a FaceTime or Skype appointment (Trashy no longer posts custom-made looks on its site due to copycats). [Photo]