Best Place to Play Dress-Up 

Performance Studios

There are few simple childhood pleasures that stick with you through adulthood, and playing dress-up is by far the funnest. Ignore Performance Studio's left wing—slutty fill-in-the-blank bagged costumes are for high schoolers and bored housewives. Head to the right for the real stuff: They've got antebellum gowns, flapper fringe and enough '60s party dresses to make Betty Draper swoon. The gentlemen can sample military garb and cowboys-and-Indians sets before they settle on their play date costume. We suggest bringing a friend and trying on the wigs—those lovely, trashy wigs. And just because it's not Halloween doesn't mean you still can't rent—why not be a Regency lady for your next book club meeting? Seven-year-old you would be proud. Ashley Spurgeon

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