6 Fancy dress looks that your kid should have

We all know what fancy dress means to kids. I remember my time when our school hosted this competition every year and so many students came up with the unique ideas that would get them to be the winner. The whole idea of holding or organizing fancy dress competition is not only to build up the confidence among the little ones but let them think out of the box when it comes to picking their kids fashion dresses.

No matter what you choose to be, the fun part is that you either rent the dress from a shop or get it made specifically in order to make sure that there’s no other piece anywhere else.

Thinking about being out-of-the-box, these fancy dress looks will certainly amaze you and give you a heads up for the next fancy dress competition.

1. Traffic signal

boy wearing traffic signal outfit

Sounds easy?? Well, it is and it is quite unusual too. All you need is black chart paper and red, green and yellow colored papers which can be cut out in the best way. Stick all the circular cut-outs of the colored papers and stick on the chart paper in a way that traffic signals are. Now, you can make your child wear any kids fashion dress in the color black on which he/she can wear the same. What would be better is that you have a lengthy chart paper with a cut-out in the center that can be hanged around your child’s neck. This way, it won’t come off and your kid will also stay comfortable.

2. Barbie Doll

girl in tutu dress

The younger girls have always been quite fascinated with Barbie dolls and how they dressed up. It was more like a girls beauty pageant Not only this, the different versions of the doll had taken the world by its craze. Whether it was the holiday barbie or the tea party version. You can choose to be Bella Swan or Rapunzel or any other sorts with the girls frocks or any baby girl dresses party wear which suits your sunshine.

With all the drapes, layers, charming colors and alluring appeal, your daughter will shine among the others.

3. State representative

kids in south indian outfit

You might have seen a lot of girls being Mother India with the tricolor sarees and all the makeup. What you can do to bring in some innovation is – you can choose a state and dress your little one according to that. Whether it is a “Punjabi kudi” (a girl from Punjab) or a tiny “Sardar ji” (a young man with a turban). Likewise, you can even try your boy to be a Tamilian with lungi and shirt and so much more. With all the ethnic dresses for them available online, you have all the options.

4. He-man


You might have heard a lot about the newer superheroes like Spiderman, Batman, and more, but have you heard of He-Man?? Probably you and I know who he was because he was the hero of our era. Though the muscular superhero wore not a lot of clothes, you can pick a whole dress for your munchkin with the muscles and accessories on the same.

5. Pumpkin

kid in pumpkin outfit

With Halloween around the corner, pumpkin or what we call as Jack-O’-Lantern would be a great idea for your kid. With chart paper cut-outs glued on cardboard and painted to be like a pumpkin, all you’d need is a pumpkin top or hat to top of the look. Green colored pants would be the ideal outfit that you boy/girl can wear to compliment the orange.

6. Tarzan or princess of Jungle

Kid in targen outfit

All you need is a skin colored boys t-shirt with chart paper cut-out as Tarzan’s skirt. For the jungle princess, you need to collect big leaves from the nearby plants (original or fake) and a body suit (brown color). You can fix them in a way that the kids look like they belong to the jungle and not the city.

Which character would you want your child to be??

Author: Foreverkidz

We at Foreverkidz believe in standing out instead of fitting in. We provide a collection of trendy and refreshing kidswear which gives your child an opportunity to stand out in the crowd. The inventory includes girls wear, boys wear, ethnic wear, infant clothing and accessories.

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