Boy Halloween Costumes
We know what it's like to search all over the city for boy Halloween costumes. With so many different costume ideas out there, you'd think there would be a better selection in the department stores. But there's no need to drive yourself crazy looking for costumes for boys. We've got them all here. Do your boys like Star Wars? We've got it. Power Rangers? They're here, too. We have such an enormous selection of scary, funny, and other popular costumes, you'll never need to look anywhere else.
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Do your child want to feel more fired up? Their costume can help your child achieve it. Costumes help your child bring out deeper parts of themself. Looking for something to have on for their next costume shindig that suits just your child's personality? The kids halloween costume
is one to satisfy all of their wants. And in a Monsters Wolfman ensemble
, they're always flying high. When you wake up in the morning, I just know you daydream about trying something quite different, or venturing just outside their safety zone. Go ahead and take guesswork out of putting on a costume. Search for a Musketeer Sword
that will blow your child's friends away. We've got various add-ons, from some Fantom Fangs
to some Square Santa Glasses
, so you can perfect their realistic look.
Did You Know?
- Historical Costuming: By the mid-fourteenth century there were laws to control who wore what jewelry, and knights were not permitted to sport rings.
- DIY Costume Idea: Dopey - You'll need a lengthy droopy coat (usually Dopey has on a yellowish-green colored overcoat). The coat ought to drag on the floor a bit, and the sleeves needs to hang past your hands. Hold the coat closed together with a dark-colored belt. Dress in a matching scarf about your neck. After that make a floppy pointed hat out of purple felt. The best way to make Dopey's jumbo ears is to slash them out of flesh-colored foam and fix these to the hat. Or you can buy ears from a halloween costume shop. Color your nose slight crimson and include a pinkish blush to your cheeks.
- DIY Costume Idea: Crypt Keeper - If you're not going to sport a disguise, afterward grab a hairless cap and attach some scraggly whitened hair to the back and sides. Cover your skin with brown cosmetics, with charcoal around the eyes and on the nose. Black out a few of your teeth. Have on an old-fashioned tuxedo (roll it in the dirt first).
- DIY Costume Idea: Alien in Disguise - show off a trench coat or a lengthy coat. Make some faux antennae out of Styrofoam balls, pipe cleaners, plus a headband. Optional: don mock alien hands.
- DIY Costume Idea: Cleaning Lady - put on ragged clothes together with a bandana at your head. Show off a belt with cleaning supplies and messy rags attached. Hold a bucket. Make your face and hands look filthy with make-up or real dirt.
- DIY Costume Idea: Dr. Evil and Mini-Me - impressive outfit for a dad and his son. Both have on all-gray high-collared suits and hairless caps. Go walking about with your pinkies at the corners of your mouths.
- DIY Costume Idea: Brown Chicken, Brown Cow - One of you puts on a chicken costume, the other person has on a cow costume (dye both of them brown first). Now just practice singing your 70's adult film music... "bow chicka bow wow."
- DIY Costume Idea: DJ and Dancer - The D.J. Might wear club garments along with a microphone head set. The Dancer is wearing neon baggy slacks, tightly fitted tee, a pacifier, glow sticks, glow necklaces, an unwanted rainbow hooded zipped-up sweatshirt, a toddler pink eye shadow, whitened sneakers, and kiddie hair clips.
We hold many hundreds of costumes for kids
for you to choose from, in various sizes and themes. Just remember, this will be the perfect costume you will use many times at costume parties, or perhaps to surprise folks at standard parties! Pick up your child's party outfit this moment when they're still available!