Bring to life a time when early Mayflower settlers and Native Americans met and interacted for the first time with realistic Thanksgiving costumes. At Candy Apple Costumes, you'll find a Thanksgiving costume to suit every type of historical scenario. Whatever you have in mind is possible, whether it's a costume party you're attending as a family, you're looking to cast a school play or you're just having fun.
Browse our collection to find a girls' or boys' pilgrim costume that includes everything needed to instantly look the part. Also find different styles of pilgrim's costumes for adult men and women. Our vast selection includes Native American costumes and frontier costumes. You can even prance around in a turkey costume!
We also have sexy outfits, in case your definition of fun goes a bit further. Plus sizes are also available, in case that's a concern. Also, as you shop, check each sizing chart, because these will not be the same across the board.
Of course, we also carry a full range of accessories, because you can't be without those. Shop for bonnets, hats, shoe buckles, feather headdresses, tomahawks, headdresses and a whole lot more. Once you view our top-quality Thanksgiving wares and reasonable prices, you'll quickly see there's no need to look elsewhere.
The famous "first Thanksgiving" was a three-day feast to celebrate the Pilgrims' first successful harvest at Plymouth colony in the fall of 1621. They shared their harvest feast with the visiting Chief Massasoit and his party of Wampanoag. But this event didn't become widely known until more than 200 years later, when a historian discovered a colonist's letter about it. Novelist and columnist Sarah Hale campaigned for 17 years to make it a national holiday until President Lincoln set the date as the last Thursday in November (later changed to the fourth Thursday).