Friday, August 29, 2014

Storybook Dress up with Pure Costumes!

I have a hard time believing that it is already time to start thinking about Halloween and dressing up! At my oldest sons school, they require that they dress up as a character from a storybook and not anything particularly ghoulish! I've been lucky in the past and have been able to find some type of book to match who he wanted to be for Halloween. After all, there are Transformer and Mario Books readily available.
I personally love more classic Storybook Characters for dress up, so I have compiled this list of awesome Storybook Costume ideas for you to consider this year! You can find every costume at Pure Costumes this year! 






1. We all know Little Red Riding Hood, but what about her Toddler Wolf counterpart? How cute would it be to have a big sister dressed as Little Red Riding Hood and to have her little sibling as the Wolf? This would be an adorably cute, unique costume pair!








2. Harry Potter is probably a little more appropriate for older school aged children! I think that my seven year old would totally rock this look at his Costume Dance this year! You can even purchase the Classic Harry Potter Glasses to top this amazing costume off! 




3. While this year might be all about Frozen costumes and dressing up, very few little girls can resist dressing up as a traditional princess! This adorable Snow White costume is perfect for a girly girl at heart, and you can even purchase a similar costume for the adult girly girl too!





4. One of my favorites, the classic Raggedy Ann was big when I was a child but you rarely see her making an appearance as a costume, or for dress up now. I think we need to make a comeback for Raggedy Ann and Andy! What do you think? 







5. Last but not least, lets not forget Alice in the Wonderland. This Classic Storybook provides soooo many awesome costume ideas from Alice herself, the Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts or even throw on a Rabbit Hat and call that good enough! 



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