Though Halloween will look differently in most cities and towns this year, it doesn't mean we can't find fun ways to celebrate with our minis. With all the life pivots that 2020 has brought us, thought you might appreciate a few simple Mommy + Me DIY options—using stylish pieces that you'll want to wear long after All Hallows' Eve!
Between balancing the complex school calendar (virtual or not or somewhere in between) there is absolutely zero time for you to deal with a fussy, uncomfortable costume. Create a comfortable and picture perfect moment with your mini in one of our 6 costume ideas!
To create our easy Cookie MOMSTER costume, simply add a home made googly eyes (courtesy of construction paper and a sharpie) and a few BURU accessories (all linked below) to our Side Zip Turtleneck Dress in Blue. Depending on the size of your crew, you can toss in one of more chocolate chip "cookies". We linked our favorite store-bought versions to make it extra easy for you!
Go with a super fun and bold look this year in our Hot Pink Teagan Tiered Skirt topped with a signature Carmen Miranda fruit filled headpiece! Mom of one? Throw a pineapple one piece suit on that cutie and call it a day! Mom to many? Dress them all as a different fruit to match what you're sporting up top in your basket. All pieces and accessories linked below!
Celebrate was a circus this year has been by creating your own mini version. Top of our Elephant Print shirtdress with an Elephant Ears Headband, our Mére pin and some silver boots. Dress your crew as a ring master and/or baby lion to complete the look.
PIECE OF ARTWORK
Showcase what a masterpiece of a mom you are in our Brushstroke Day Gown with your mini-me artiste by your side! Head to your garage to use that picture frame that broke 2 years ago but still hasn't been repaired (ha ha!) or click the links below to snag one to complete the look. Also linking a darling paint palette if you have more that one kiddo to dress-up.
Think pink (which is just perfect for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, right?) as a Pink Panther Mama with a mini Inspector Closeau. These super minimal and easy to create costumes are just what an overwhelmed mama needs this year!
GLINDA THE GOOD WITCH
Perhaps Glenda the Good "Mom" is what we should have called this ensemble! Follow the yellow brick road to your quarantine crew this year and relish in the beauty of "10 houses or less". Next year you can make up for it! And in the meantime—less cavities perhaps? We've linked all pieces of the mommy + me look below, PLUS we added a boy's munchkin option as well for any #boymoms out there.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN, MAMAS!
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