Toddler Pirate Costumes
Toddler pirate costumes are absolutely adorable! Aye mate! Your child will have fun sailing the neighborhood seas on Halloween dressed as pirate looking for treasure. Treasures they will find and a chest full of memories you will create when they walk the plank up to each house asking for treats in their toddler’s pirate costume!
One great thing about toddler’s pirate costumesis they are available for boys and girls. Many children are taken aback by the history and myths surrounding pirates. The recent movie releases of pirate stories have added to their mystique and appeal. Both boys and girls are infatuated with them as the availability of toddler pirate costumes confirms. Though most of the costumes for girls are created around dresses, don’t be surprised if your little lass doesn’t ask for a costume that is a bit more like a rogue.
Of course the little girl pirate costumes are very cute. Sweet little dresses usually create the outfit. Generally the hems will be jagged as if they had been torn by rough days at sea. Often there are skull and crossbones as part of the material patterns and many parts are made of nautically striped material as well. Bandanas worn like a skullcap are made to match the dress. Tights can be worn with these dresses if it’s a bit chilly on Halloween night.
For toddler boys, the kid pirate costumes range from first mates to captains. The scoundrel’s costume for toddlers comes with black patched pants and a sailor’s white shirt that has a vest attached. These costumes also come with a waist sash and a bandana that is worn on the head. Placed correctly, there is a skull and crossbones insignia that shows on the front of the bandana after it is tied on the head.
Your lad or lass may prefer to be the captain but there is just as much fun being a buccaneer. Certain buccaneer costumes come in styles for both boys and girls so if you have more than one toddler that you will be sailing with this Halloween, you can dress them in similar fashion. It may be fun for you to keep the kids dressed as the deckhands and you wear your own captain outfit. For sure, everyone will know who’s in charge of the crew!
You can buy several props to go along with toddler pirate costumes. Of course pirates swords are plentiful, but they may not be the best choice; just in fun, someone could accidently get hurt with one. So, unless you can make sure they keep their sabers sheathed, you might want to look into other options. A fun idea is to give the pirates a small treasure chest to carry instead. That way, when they go up to a neighbor’s house shouting their threatening, “trick or treat”, your neighbors can toss the goodies right into the booty trunk.
The toddler pirate costumes are very cute. They are so much fun to wear your child may insist on wearing the costume for more than Halloween. Children often love to “pretend play” pirates so this is one costume you can really get your money’s worth out each time it gets used for playing. Now that’s a real buried treasure!