20 Adorable Halloween Costume Ideas for Babies and Toddlers
You're never too young to get in on the Halloween fun (or to have your parents do it for you). We've found darling ideas for our little ones of all ages, from newborns to toddlers.
Dressing up your kiddos for Halloween is just as much for the parents as it is for the child — especially when they're under the age of three. Show off your little one's cuteness with these adorable costumes that are easy to put on and, most importantly, super comfy to wear. Plus, they'll be the perfect addition to their dress-up arsenal well after the ghost and goblin decor comes down.
For your little stinker, grab this adorable skunk costume. A furry white stripe starts at the tip of the head and goes down the tail for the characteristic telltale of the creature. Paint a little black dot for a nose and slip the two-piece costume over a black shirt and leggings to complete the look.
This original ramen costume design is hand-pressed onto a soft, 100-percent cotton bodysuit that's made to last. Plus, the limited-edition ramen hat is handmade with yarn and adorned with felt carrots, onions and egg bits to complete the yummy look.
Lions, and tigers, and bears – oh my! Outfit your little one in a customized Dorothy Gale costume that's all things sparkly and sweet. Etsy shop LilyandMaxCo crafts a three-piece Wizard of Oz-inspired set with a personalized romper, an elastic, sequin-bow headband and red sequin shoes to match.
This organic cotton zip-up sleeper feels just like a pair of comfy PJs but also doubles as an adorable costume. Pair the sleeper with this cotton cap topped in antennae for a complete costume that works just as well for trick-or-treating as it does for bedtime.
Turn your little one into a bright pink flamingo with this supersoft jumpsuit. Made from hypoallergenic fabrics and fully lined, your baby will stay comfy and warm for as long as they can keep their eyes open. Pair it with a pair of pink leggings or tights to complete the look.
This toothy sea creature is ready for a candy trek. The walrus costume is designed out of a whirled chenille, the same fabric used to make lightweight baby blankets, so it's ultra-soft to the touch, and inside, the outfit is filled with a cooling fiberfill that keeps your toddler comfortable.
Dress up your girl in the "We Can Do It!" spirit with a costume inspired by World War II icon Rosie the Riveter. The denim jumpsuit has an embroidered name patch and is paired with a red-and-white polka dot headband. Because, yes, she can.
Easy to slip on over their favorite outfit, this How to Train Your Dragon costume pairs a fleece cape that mimics the wings and tail of a dragon with an adorable yellow-eyed dragon hat. This fun and comfy costume will be perfect for dress-up long after the trick-or-treating is over.
Not every toddler is going to wear a full-on costume, so a comfy shirt and leggings with a little extra detail strike the perfect balance. Pretty and simple, this emperor moth costume slides over your tot's shoulder like a backpack and is made from lightweight taffeta.
Dress up your little monster as an actual monster for this Halloween. The one-piece costume is easy to pull on and has fun details, such as three-dimensional eyes, horns and teeth. Add playful green face paint (if your toddler will stay still long enough) to finish off the transformation.
Whether you simply love the furry creatures from Endor or are dressing up the whole gang in Star Wars attire, this baby Ewok costume is a win. The furry bodysuit combines with a soft, draped cowl to create the teddy bear-like beings from Return of the Jedi.