There is something magical about costumes. Children put them on and are instantly transformed into another creature. Adults wear them to parties, for performances, to comic cons and, uh, for other purposes. No judgment. Costume Craze has an entire section called "Sexy Costumes." Ironically, Costume Craze got its start focusing on the opposite end of the costume spectrum. The company, founded in 2001 by Matthew Maloney, was originally called "Matthew's Robes" and sold monks robes. Later, presumably after discovering that selling only monks robes does not lead to a steady influx of repeat customers, the company expanded its offerings and transformed into Costume Craze. Today, costume lovers of all ages, genders and species can search through Costume Craze's thousands of offerings and discover why dressing up doesn't have to start and end on Halloween. Oh, in the interest of full disclosure, it's important to clarify that the "species" part of the previous sentence is a bit of an exaggeration. The company does sell dog costumes, but no costumes for other animals. And the dog's owner would probably be the one doing the searching. While Costume Craze uses impressive software, it has yet to be adapted for use by canines.