Articles tagged with: Halloween Costume
One of the best costumes I have seen, especially for this age group. It’s good quality fabric, well stitched, a suitable character and a very, very reasonable price. It’s also warm enough to be worn at the end of October without a cardigan or jumper which I think is quite important if you are trying to achieve a ‘look’ for your baby.
A great dressing up set, which really appealed to Maxi (my non dressing up boy) and Mini who is always someone and somewhere else. Mini especially liked it as he is very in to Merlin and Knights. It is very easy to pop on ad n off and has taken much abuse and is not the worse for it.
The Asda Glow in the Dark Skeleton Costume is a cheap outfit that does what it says on the box. It might have been more exciting with a few accessories, but you can always buy those separately. We certainly found it very practical to wear it’s good value for money.
The Woolworths Vampire Costume is a budget buy with a lot for your money, but by no means the most spectacular costume I’ve seen and the quality is very disappointing. The pointy-eared headpiece and the cape are definitely the highlights of the set. But that’s only if you can persuade your toddler to keep them on!
I can’t think of any little girl who wouldn’t want one of these fluffy, original creations, the Halloween Pumpkin Tutu is the perfect present for any Princess or pumpkin worth their tutu and you’ll struggle to get them dressed into anything else!
I’d definitely recommend The Adsa Pumpkin Fancy Dress Outfit if you’re looking for an outfit for a 2 year old or under. You’ll get lots of growing room and it’s certainly cute enough to make your little one the star of the night! I also felt it was great value for money for the price.
The Tesco Skeleton Kids Halloween Costume is really great value for money outfit and more substantial than some supermarket offerings. Definitely my favourite from the Tesco range this year.