- Pair of Booties
- 100% polyester velour fabric
- Jumpsuit has zipper at center back
- Tail sewn to back of suit
- Soft pink udder has stuffed nipples
- Hood has stuffed horns & ears on top
- Booties have rib knit cuffs, foam soles
- Hood has hook & loop fastener under chin
- Exclusively, made by us!
|18 Months||Sleeve Length||12"||30cm|
|18 Months||Jumpsuit Length||28"||71cm|
|4T||Sleeve Length||14 1/2"||37cm|
Old MacDonald Had a Trend
You know how some things just inexplicably become a thing in kid culture? One year, a fairytale theme is all the rage, and the next, it's something totally different, like ninjas. Then there was that weird year (or three) where every kid wanted to belong to a tundra-esque kingdom with a talking snowman. Well, here's something better, an evergreen trend that lasts and lasts and lasts throughout time, with no trendiness required: animals. Kids never tire of cute animals. Picture books are full of 'em for a reason! Movies make 'em talk because that's what the kiddos demand. So this year, don't give into the trends—opt for something cute, classic, and comfortable; something that's bound to be more than a flash in the pan!
But alas, this Toddler Cow Costume is so darn charming, that it accidentally started its own trend! Now, everyone in your child's class is coming dressed as chickens, pigs, ducks, horses, and sheep! Ah well, it's better to be a trendsetter than a trend follower, right? Don't have a cow about it.
This darling look has a black and white spotted jumpsuit as its base, with a zipper in the back. The tail is sewn on, as is the pink stuffed udder. The hood boasts stuffed horns and cute cow ears, and the booties have foam soles which help while your kiddo hoofs it to school. The whole costume comes together without a lot of fuss, which is more than you can say for some of those themes from years past!
Just remember, kids' trends are fleeting, while classics and timelessness go together like cookies and milk! It's better to invest in a costume choice that will delight your child for years to come. And you must admit, the class photos of all those little barnyard animals is pretty darling, huh? You could even call it, "Udder-ly adorable!"
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