can be seen as very different in the Mexican culture. While the same creepy
vibe is present, Dias de Las Muertas, or Day of the Dead as we know it to be,
represents spending time with your deceased loved ones one last time.
Day of the Dead Costumes & Accessories
There is a sense of beauty in this, actually. We like to celebrate this holiday with an array of sugar skulls and frilly gear at Costume Discounters. The holiday is celebrated on midnight during the first day of November, and we can totally thank Mexican Illustrator, Jose Guadalupe Posada, who drew all the symbolic items we know Day of the Dead to be about today. So, get ready to dance the night away with only the best sugar skulls painted on your faces and embrace your loved ones on this special, creepy night.