Restraint should never be an issue when it comes to choosing baby and toddler Halloween costumes, which provide a rare opportunity to dress your kid up as a sloth or a dragon or anything else your addled brain can dream up. The best baby Halloween costumes must, of course, be as cute and Instagrammable as humanly possible. Because after all, you have a limited amount of time to publicly humiliate your child by dressing them as a duck or a rhino. Once you’ve satisfied your aesthetic needs, make sure the costume is easy to put on and take off, for any inevitable diaper changes. And bonus points if the baby and toddler Halloween costume is warm.
Baby Halloween Costumes
Your little one will steal the show in this cute little romper. It features snaps for easy changing, and a soft knit fabric that will keep the baby extra warm during the cold weather.
This Train Engineer Baby Halloween Costume is all shades of cute. And you don't have to toss it into the attic right after Halloween. This costume comes complete with a red bandanna and a hat to match the grey overalls.
Your little sloth will win Instagram in this onesie with a faux fur hood.
This very sweet little costume features a furry brown and white jumpsuit, a tail, booties, and hood with attached ears and antlers.
Woof, there she is! Yes, parents, the cutest little baby Dalmatian costume. This cuddly little baby romper has the signature Dalmatian markings, and a hooded design that keeps your child warm.
Showcase your child's superpowers with this Wonder Woman costume, which comes with a satin elastic gold crown headband. Not only is this very topical, but this baby costume even comes with its own cape. As befitting a true superhero.
This adorable mouse hat dresses up a basic onesie and keeps babies warm. It can't get easier than that.
This is a baby sleep sack that's actually a perfect costume. This 100 percent cotton baby costume has a cap, foldover cuffs to prevent scratching, and a full zip front with snap closures for diaper changes.
Moooove over. This cow costume for babies is sweeter than warm milk. This cow costume is a romper with non-skid soles, inner leg closures, and a headpiece that's a-dairy-ble. Yes, we know it's lame. No, we can't help ourselves.
Toddler Halloween Costumes
Never say never. This full Peter Pan costume by Maisonette will bring your toddler one step closer to Neverland. The four-piece set comes complete with a top, stretch pants, faux leather belt, and a hat.
Abracadabra! It's Halloween magic with this toddler witch costume, which has a ragged hemline and cuffs, and a green striped apron with a matching green striped underskirt.
And for the girl going as a witch, complete her costume with this fabric doll called Luna.
Your kid will steal the show in this plush onesie toddler dalmatian costume. It comes in a range of sizes for kids ages 6 months through four years. So if you want to pull off a 101-dalmatian move with your entire family, you've got all that you need.
If a fiery red dragon is more your vibe, get this smokin' one that comes with snapped-closure legs, an attached tail, detachable wings and character hood.
This romper zips up for easy diaper changes, and once Halloween is over, turns into a fantastic playsuit or sleeper.
Just in time for the second installment of Frozen, we bring you this unspeakably cute Olaf Halloween costume. Have you ever seen a snowman this cute? No, really. The baby Olaf costume includes a jumpsuit and the character headpiece.
Your little one will steal the show with the blue and sequin-covered mermaid costume. Who needs legs when they've got fins.
Hrrmmm. A hit we predict this costume will be. It's Yoda, after all. Complete with the signature ears.
This fetching red costume consists of a lined, zippered jumpsuit with lobster claw arms and lobster legs; there's also a hood with antennae.
This metallic cape and headpiece will transform your child into the dragon of their dreams while enabling them to wear whatever clothes are most comfortable for trick or treating.
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