This is a useful
competition for the holiday as children love dressing up and getting into
character. My boys do not bring out
their fancy dress clothes as much as they used too, but there was a time when
they were always putting some combination or another on and them parading
around or heading off on an adventure together.
It is great fun seeing
what they come up, especially as they tended not to wear one complete costume
but rather bits from a few together (think cowboy hat, Super Mario gloves, a
police jacket and train conductor trousers and you have some idea of their
The voucher would give
you plenty of choice, allfancydress.com
stock a wide range of outfits with plenty to appeal to all ages. It always helps to have a few in standby
ready to pull out for World Book Day or similar, I am not the kind of mum that
can glimpse at some material and magically make an amazing outfit from it! So I tend to always search online for
whatever my boys need to dress up as, we have had a reindeer, a camel, Where’s
Wally, a sea-worthy pirate and many more over the years.
Fortunately there is
always ample choice on the Internet so the fact I am hopeless at costume making
has gone unnoticed so far. It does not
feel like I am cheating, I get a big sense of satisfaction shopping around and
getting a good deal for whatever I am buying, just because I did not
painstakingly sew every button on does not make my boys look any less adorable
when the order finally arrives.
Although hats off to you if you can make your own costumes (part of me
might just envy you a teeny bit!).
We also always make a
big deal with Halloween costumes for the boys usually; here they are one year
looking super cute.
I wonder what I can
find for them this year, I quite like the Ghostbuster costume, perhaps when they are ready to be introduced to the film they will enjoy wearing one of those.
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