Okay, we know it's August, but it's never too early to start planning for the best holiday of the year: Halloween! With Halloween parties already being scheduled, and Trick or Treat on Bish’s Street planned for Wednesday, October 31st, you need a Halloween costume and you need it fast. With a little creativity and luck you can still put together a great Halloween costume on short notice right here in Twin Falls. Here are our top five shops to cobble together a great Halloween costume this year.

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    252 Cheney Drive West, Twin Falls

    Wal-Mart always has a great selection of costumes for adults and kids, plus all the accessories you need to really trick out your costume. The nice thing about Wal-Mart is that after you’re done costume shopping you can head over to toys, check out electronics, and get that winter coat you’ve been thinking about and something for dinner. And we know you’ve been eyeing that adult Ninja Turtle costume.

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    306 Blue Lakes Blvd North and 1732 Washington St N, Twin Falls

    I usually think of Walgreen’s in the middle of the night when I’m sick and I need Nyquil or cough drops, but they have a great selection of Halloween costume goodies as well. Think of it this way: see what you’re wearing? Stop in to Walgreen's and grab some fangs and fake blood and VOILA you’re a vampire or a zombie.

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    Halloween City

    Our seasonal costume shop, Halloween City specializes in everything Halloween. They don't usually open until a bit closer to Halloween. Been trying to find that perfect pink tutu to complete your fairy princess outfit? You’ll probably find it here.

    Halloween City
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    257 Main Avenue West, Twin Falls

    They say you can’t party without Poindexter’s, and I would agree. Serving the Greater Twin Falls Are since 1999, Poindexter’s has what you need for Halloween from the right costume to that perfect accessory. Plus if you don’t want to sink the cash into owning a costume, you can rent one from Poindexter’s.

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    The D.I.

    722 Cheney Drive, Twin Falls

    Deseret Industries, known to locals as ‘The D.I.”, is great for do-it-yourself costume building. Grab a bridesmaid dress, mess it up a bit and add fake blood, and you’re Stephen King’s 'Carrie.' Or pick up a whole new outfit on the cheap, run it over in the driveway a few times, add fake blood, and you’re a zombie. The ideas are only limited by your imagination.

    The D.I.