Get Ready for Halloween with Disney Adaptive Costumes

by | Oct 7, 2022 | Magic at Home, News Outside the Parks

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These Disney adaptive costumes feature openings and closures that make them easy to use for all play this Halloween…

Everyone deserves to celebrate Halloween in style, and Disney’s Adaptive Roleplay costumes aim to help people with disabilities have fun with outfits that accommodate their needs. 

The company just revealed its line for 2022, and it includes three new items — a Jasmine adaptive costume for kids, a Buzz Lightyear wheelchair cover set, and a Woody adaptive costume for kids. 

See A Whole New World

Jasmine Adaptive Costume Disneys Aladdin

Jasmine adaptive costume features openings at the back and a discreet flap in the front center.

For the child who loves Disney Princesses, the new adaptive Jasmine costume will make their day. While it has features to help children of all abilities feel comfortable as they wear it, the costume is visually indistinguishable from the other version for sale on shopDisney, down to the sequined bodice and flounces along the pant legs.

If your child uses a wheelchair, shopDisney also offers a Magic Carpet wheelchair wrap to complete the look.

Hidden in the costume’s details are self-stick fabric for front entry, a flap opening in the bodice for tube access, an opening at the waist for a dialysis pouch, and an interior pant opening.

To Infinity And Beyond

Disney Toy Story Woody Buzz Lightyear Wheelchair Cover

Buzz Lightyear Wheelchair cover by Disguise.

If your child wants to head to the stars as Buzz Lightyear, Disney has an existing adaptive costume ready. For 2022, they have added a spaceship wheelchair cover set to complete the look. 

To be totally clear, the set looks like the Buzz Lightyear spaceship box from the Toy Story movies, not the version from this year’s Lightyear movie.

The kit comes with hook and loop tabs to attach to the wheelchair and support bars to hold the piece that comes up to create the spaceship look near the face.

Don’t Forget Woody

Disney Toy Story Woody Adaptive costume

This Woody costume has special adaptive openings and self-stick fabric closures.

You can’t think about Buzz Lightyear without also thinking of Woody, and now there’s a Disney adaptive costume for that as well. It’s perfect for trick-or-treating with friends dressed as other Toy Story characters.

Your child will look great in this costume whether seated or standing, and it features similar hidden features as the Jasmine costume, including self-stick closures and tube openings. There are also covers to make any pair of shoes look like cowboy boots. 

More Options Online

Disney Mr Incredible Adaptive Costume

This costume features an opening at back and a discreet front opening with a flap.

These three adaptive costumes are just the new ones for 2022. If you visit shopDisney, you’ll see other options like an Incredibles 2 super suit, a Black Panther suit, an Elsa dress from Frozen 2 (the one she wears as the fifth spirit), and a Mandalorian costume.

Disney Marvel Black Panther Adaptive Costume

This Black Panther costume features an opening at the back and discreet front opening with a flap.

If you or your child uses a wheelchair, definitely check out the cover sets on shopDisney. The one to turn a wheelchair into Cinderella’s coach is so detailed, and the Mandalorian spaceship actually lights up.

Disney Cinderella Coach Wheelchair Cover

Built to last even past midnight.

Whether you’ve snagged a prized ticket to Mickey’s Halloween Party or you’re getting ready for a trunk-or-treat event, consider these costumes to help your child arrive in style. 

Written by Rebecca Bernard

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Rebecca Bernard works in the automotive industry by day, but by night you can find her with a crazy far-off look and her nose stuck in a book. Some of her favorite childhood memories were made at Walt Disney World, and she can’t wait to visit again to grow her Disney Pin Trading collection.
Rebecca Bernard

Written by Rebecca Bernard

Rebecca Bernard works in the automotive industry by day, but by night you can find her with a crazy far-off look and her nose stuck in a book. Some of her favorite childhood memories were made at Walt Disney World, and she can’t wait to visit again to grow her Disney Pin Trading collection.