HALLOWEEN is just round the corner.
These are the must-have costume ideas for your babies and kids in 2017 – and how to recreate the look from as little as £3.99.
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We’re all obsessed with Halloween costumes, with more than 200 MILLION ideas now pinned on picture sharing site Pinterest.
And, here in Britain, our interest is only growing – with 60 per cent more snaps being shared this year, compared to last.
So what are the top trending Halloween costumes this year? According to Pinterest:
- Bert and Mary Poppins (+365% year on year)
- Cabbage Patch Kids (+300%)
- Heinz Ketchup and Mustard (+300%)
- Eddy and Patsy from Ab Fab (+170%)
- Pandas (+145%)
- Unicorns (+110%)
- Mimes (+100%)
- Candy Floss (+100%)
- Oompa Loompas (+50%)
- Alice In Wonderland (+45%)
- Stranger Things (+40%)
Where you can buy a cheap Halloween costume for your kids?
It’s good news for shoppers on a budget, as the supermarket price war seems to have extended to Halloween costumes this year.
Aldi’s costumes are all priced at just £3.99, while Lidl’s are a purse-pleasing £4.99.
Primark’s outfits start at a fiver, and you can pick up a costume in Tesco for £9, in George at Asda for £7 or in Sainsbury’s for £8.
What are some other Halloween costume ideas for babies?
If you’re looking to get creative and stand out from the crowd, these are some baby costumes you can recreate at home.
All you need is a onesie, some face paint – and a few key accessories.
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