It’s the time of year where everything transforms with pumpkin-spice flavors and families head off to orchards to pick apples, choose pumpkins, and purchase donuts and cider. And why not? Whatever brings you joy. Don’t let anyone shame you for that spiced latte from Starbucks. It’s the little pleasures that make life worth living day by day. While we’re talking about autumn and all its pleasures, can we talk about one of my holiday favorites? Seeing little children dressed up as a beloved superhero or princess just makes my heart happy.
Once you and the kids decide on what the big Halloween costume is for this year, don’t forget fun fall-themed everyday outfits, too. October only comes once a year.
- First of all, these twirl dresses for girls at Presley Couture are perfect. For that everyday fall feeling, I love this rust orange polka dot twirl. Can’t you hear the crunch of leaves under your feet, feel the chill in the air, and smell pie baking? Oh, I can.
- But take a closer look at this dress collection for your Halloween costumes, too. A red polka dot twirl dress is a sublime base for your little Minnie Mouse. A black gown is a great start for your little witch, and it has pockets! Because all witches should have pockets to hold her spells.
The leopard print would make a lovely cat outfit. Best of all, remove the accessories and any of these dresses would work wonderfully for many other occasions.
Mommy and Me
- For a simple costume for your little one, these cute matching mommy and baby clothes are a perfect Halloween treat. For instance, avocado and toast make a great pairing. Best of all, you choose who gets to be the toast and who’s the avocado!
Another great set is the sundae shirt with the cherry on top tee. Add green tights for your toddler’s stem and a quilting batting whipped cream creation for your topping. This is a fun costume duo, but the tees can also be worn every day and not just on the holiday. Just ditch the whipping cream hat when it’s not All Hallow’s Eve.
We’ve covered some outstanding outfits for your preschoolers, but don’t forget their feet! For instance, I can’t resist these Halloween ballet slippers. Let your toddler wear these cuties all through October. They’ll love them.
They’re perfect for so many costumes, but they’re also just fun for your little ones to wear around town. Get into the spirit of the holiday with some cute accessories like these shoes, but don’t be afraid of some witchy tights or a jack-o-lantern necklace. Make the most of the holiday all month long!
Pick up some extras for the grown-ups, too. It’ll make the memories that much sweeter if the whole family is into the season. A skeleton tie? Broomstick earrings? Yes, please!
Have fun and a happy Halloween!
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