Ghostbusters? Deadpool? Get your Halloween costume at this Downtown store

Renee Schaefer and her husband Curtis Sigretto co-owners of three Halloween Express franchise stores in Palm Beach County at their 7,000 sq ft. Downtown at the Gardens facility Thursday Oct. 01, 2015, in Palm Beach Gardens. Sigretto president of Halloween Express, a nationwide company with 140 stores, started the company in 1989. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

Renee Schaefer and her husband Curtis Sigretto are co-owners of three Halloween Express franchise stores in Palm Beach County. They’re pictured at their 7,000 sq ft. Downtown at the Gardens facility Thursday Oct. 01, 2015, in Palm Beach Gardens. Sigretto, president of the nationwide company with 140 stores, started the company in 1989. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

You’ve had your first pumpkin spice latte for the season or you’re craving one. Now it’s time pick out your Halloween costume before all the good ones are taken.

Halloween Express has opened in the former Cabo Flats across from Yard House at Downtown at the Gardens, 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. The store selling children’s and adults’ Halloween costumes and party supplies is a returning seasonal attraction.

Tequesta resident Curtis Sigretto is president of Halloween Express, which has about 140 franchises in 35 states. He and Renee Schaefer, his wife, also own halloweenexpress.com. They hosted former Palm Beach Post reporter Carlos Frías for a fashion show of the most popular adult Halloween costumes last year.

You can view it, with video, here.

The original Cabo Flats location in Palm Beach Gardens closed last May, amid plans to open in Jupiter and at CityPlace in West Palm Beach. Nothing has replaced it on a permanent basis.

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