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Skeleton Costume for Infants Toddlers
Skeleton Costume for Infants Toddlers
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Baby/Toddler Skeleton Costume

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Item #RU885990
Items Included
  • Romper
  • Headpiece
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester
  • Black fleece romper w/ printed bone designs
  • Fits with Hook and Loop fastener along the back
  • Stretchable footies that cover your child's shoes
  • Hoodie headpiece with skull design
  • Cooler than a zombie
Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Infant (6-12 Months) Ages 6-12 months 6-12 months
Infant (6-12 Months) Child Size Coming Soon Coming Soon
Infant (6-12 Months) Torso 16" 41cm
Infant (6-12 Months) Length (to ankle) 23 1/2" 60cm
Infant (6-12 Months) Chest 22" 56cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Toddler (1-2) Ages 1-2 yrs 1-2 yrs
Toddler (1-2) Child Size 2-4 2-4
Toddler (1-2) Torso 17" 43cm
Toddler (1-2) Length (to ankle) 26" 66cm
Toddler (1-2) Chest 24" 61cm
Product Description


Skeletons get a bad rep. Sure, skeletons in the movies are usually evil. But it's not their fault! Most of the time they've been raised from the dead by an evil wizard or shaman, and they didn't even have a say in the matter. We would be grumpy too if you woke us up from a 200-year nap, we are crabby if you wake us up from a 20-minute nap! We think that if people just stopped for a second and tried to look at it from a skeleton's point of view, they would understand. 

What's even more ironic about everyone's fear of skeletons is the fact that everyone has one! So, while you are running away from a skeleton, it's just one skeleton chasing another. Your skeleton just happens to have a little more meat on the bones. 


That's why we have come out with this costume: To combat people's fear of skeletons. And what better way to do so than by with a super cute costume? By putting this costume on a toddler, we are forcing people to reconsider the stereotypes they hold about skeletons. They'll be wearing a black romper that has white detailing made to look like bones! While these bones are not anatomically correct, they do look adorable! Over this, they'll be wearing a hood with a little skull on top of it, finishing out the last of their skeleton. Their feet will be in attached booties, but their hands will be free, meaning they can still grab as much candy as they want while out trick or treating! 


We hope this has helped you to see that skeletons aren't so bad. They are just like you and me, they're just a few hundred years ahead of us! 

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