While Halloween may still be a few months away, we all know that those department stores started throwing up decorations and putting out displays the day of Independence Day. With that in mind, the spirit of the day is starting to build and those overachievers are undoubtedly looking for the best costumes of the year. Knowing the day will be here sooner than we know it, here are some of the best kid costumes you might consider for your child this year.
No, not that kind of child predator! This cute little guy doesn’t look like he is ready to follow in the family tradition quite yet, but don’t underestimate him. Once he grows up, he’ll be quite the hunter.
Monsters Inc. was one of the funnest cartoons for children, so if you have a little girl that loves the movie, why not let her live it? This exceptional costume is sure to make your little princess the talk of the town. She’ll have plenty of opportunities to dress as an actual princess years later; for now, let her enjoy this one.
Instead of having them dress up as their favorite cartoons, you can also have them dress up as some of your favorite heroes instead. This Zelda and Link ensemble is a great way to go for those who have a boy and girl to dress.
Since Pokemon is so huge right now, why not make sure your kids are ready this year by adding in some Halloween flare focused on being the very best? Costumes like this one are sure to make those other trainers jealous, and as they walk around playing Pokemon GO, they’ll be happy they have a new outfit to wear.
Of course, you don’t want your children running around the neighborhood unsupervised, so why not work on ways to make sure you can tag along that will match their outfit? With this Peter Pan and Shadow combo, you can’t go wrong.
Of course, if you really want to make sure your kid sticks out this year, you probably want to make the costume yourself Some of the best costumes, including those pictured here, are actually made by hand. With that in mind, you might want to invest in a sewing machine and some classes to help get your started. When the project fails, you can always run to Party City the day of and buy whatever boring costume they have left. Bet you aren’t making fun of your neighbor for cosplaying every year to Comic Con now, are you?