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What better way to celebrate Mexican culture than with great drinks, food, and costumes! Browse our selection of Cinco de Mayo costumes for fun and festive ideas for your fiesta. Find sombreros and dresses for your Cinco de Mayo celebration.
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Sexy Pinata Costume new 1
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Mighty Matador Mens Costume
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Matador Costume
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Flirty Mariachi Women's Costume
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Adult Mens Mariachi Costume
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Adult Pinata Costume
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Tapatio: Adult Tapatio Man Costume
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Women's La Matadora Costume
Sale - 15%
Plus Size Sexy Pinata Costume
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Adult Pinata Party Costume
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Adult Mascot Burrito Costume
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Taco Costume
Taco Bell Womens Verde Taco Bell Sauce Packet Cost
Clearance  - 75%
Beer Bottle Costume
Sale - 17%
Margarita Yellow/Yellow-Green Eyeglasses
Sale - 30% Made By Us
Cinco de Mayo Donkey Pinata Decoration
Sale - 28% Made By Us
Adult Black Fishnet Stockings
Sale - 38% Made By Us
Womens Black All Tied Up Costume Top Main
Sale - 50%
Women's Black Peasant Top new
Sale - 13%
Womens Red Tulle Petticoat
Sale - 20%
Mexican Serape Pet Costume
Clearance  - 65%
Women's Sheer Tie-Front Black Skirt
Sale - 35%
Black and Red Long Wavy Wig
Sale - 14% Made By Us
Red Lipstick
Sombrero & Bandana Pet Costume Set
Clearance  - 76%
Arc En Ciel Paradise Makeup AQ Prisma Blendset
Clearance  - 44%
Taco Dog Costume
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Delicious Burrito Dog Costume
Sale - 75%
Adult Chili Pepper Costume
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Exclusive Adult Mariachi Sombrero Costume Hat
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Latin Dancer Costume
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When most Americans are asked to name a Mexican holiday, chances are they'll say Cinco de Mayo. And they'll think that it's Mexico's independence day. And they would be wrong (or partly wrong) on both counts! Mexico's independence day is September 16th, not May 5th. And Cinco de Mayo is not a federal holiday in Mexico. (It is a state holiday in the Mexican state of Puebla.) It commemorates a battle won by Mexican forces at long odds against the French in 1862. When Mexican immigrants in California learned of the victory, they celebrated its anniversary.

So why is it the best-known Mexican holiday in the U.S.?  Because marketing and advertising people latched onto it as an occasion to sell beer and chips and salsa! Cinco de Mayo is now widely observed across the U.S. to celebrate Mexican food, culture, and heritage.

We have a selection of costumes that will add spice to your celebration. Wear a serape or a sombrero. Dress yourself or your dog as a taco. You could be a chili pepper or a wedge of lime. Or even a piñata. We have sizes and styles for the whole family.

¡Viva Mexico! Monster