Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Top Ten Book Characters Who I Would Totally Want (My Daughter) To Be For Halloween

I'm participating in today's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week's prompt is:

Top Ten Book Characters Who I Would Totally Want (My Daughter) To Be For Halloween

So, the original prompt was to tell which characters you would dress up as yourself.  I have nothing against dressing up for Halloween, but pint-sized costumes are just so much cuter.  Wouldn't you agree?  So I did this week's list with my almost two-year-old in mind.  (Though these would all work with adults as well.)

Mary Poppins costume
Hello, gorgeous dress that I would probably dress my daughter in just to go to the grocery store.

The 25 Best & Totally Unique Halloween Costume Ideas for Baby
Hilarious.  Though this would only work for warmer climates.

Madeline Costume for Halloween
I die.  It looks fairly simple to make too, at least compared to some other costumes.

Amazing bookish Halloween costumes for children: the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland.
A little girl with a big personality could have so much fun with this.

best halloween costume ever
Voldemort is kind of creepy, but I bet this costume would get a lot of love from Potter fans.

So cute! Little Mermaid Tutu Halloween Costume
Seashells are unnecessary when the rest of your costume is this adorable.

Amelia Bedelia costume 24 cute & creative costumes inspired by kids’ books | BabyCenter Blog
The flowers make this whole look.

Hobbit, Lord of the RIngs | 17 Awesome Literary Halloween Costumes
If you look closely you can see fur glued to his flip flops.  THAT'S dedication.

16 Literally Awesome Book-Inspired Halloween Costumes
I actually considered Olivia when choosing a costume for my daughter.  I didn't go with it, largely because I couldn't totally imagine it.  Seeing this makes me wish I had checked Pinterest first.

Kids & Living History..... YES!  :)
Because that is just hilarious.


Don't have a Halloween costume yet, but like the idea of dressing up?  Here's a great chart to help you figure it out, bookish style:
Find Your Character: browse Bookish's Halloween character costume guide now!
(All images via Pinterest)

6 comments:

  1. Cute! A couple of those would be fairly easy to put together.

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    1. Totally! The easier, the better, in my opinion anyway.

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  2. Crazy coincidence. That picture of Madeline was actually taken by one of my best friends Erica- that's her daughter Annika. She put it online and it went viral- it's now all over pinterest. So funny to see it on here... world colliding!!! Love it.

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    1. Ha! I love it when worlds collide. It really is a great costume, props to your friend.

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  3. Hahaha, these are so cute! I especially love kiddy Frodo and kiddy Dobby. That Queen of Hearts looks awesome too. And I love the chart at the bottom of your post. That's brilliant.

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    1. Thanks! I had so much fun pulling these together. :)

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