Create splendiferous, last minute, Roald Dahl character costumes with our easy, no sew dressing up ideas. Don’t get caught out for World Book Day. It’s easier than you think, to dress as a Roald Dahl character, if you delve into their wardrobes and follow our top tips.
World Book Day returns for its 20th year on March 2nd and school and nurseries across the country are encouraging kids to “Do Something Booky”. World Book Day is a worldwide celebration of authors, books, illustrators and most importantly reading so choose a book and get involved. We’ve got all the details of what happens on the day, competitions and vital World Book Day Costume ideas to ensure your child looks the part.
ZooHood launches World’s first animal twinsie (two person onesie) and its just in time for Valentine’s Day. Animal Onesies have been popular for years and now there’s a two person version that’s cool, cute, comfortable and cuddle enhancing. Who is your onesie soulmate?
Christmas is all about dressing up and dressing down. Its the norm dressing up for Christmas parties, dinner with friends, and nights out and then dressing down and relaxing in a pair of Pyjamas and a comfy pair of slippers in front of a Christmas movie. Kigurumis or animal onesies are the perfect attire for Christmas as they are super comfy all-in-ones that are just what you need when its cold outside and you want to stay warm. We've picked our favorite festive onesies that are perfect for Kigurumi Kristmas.
Christmas jumper day returns on December 16th and its once again time to wear a festive woolie for the day all in the name of charity. Christmas jumper day is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit and it helps raise vital funds for Save the Children. This year the Royals are winning the ugly jumper competition so far but the competition is only just starting. We've picked the best Christmas jumpers for this year so read on, take part and Win the Ugly Jumper Competition with our top picks.
October is always a busy month and this year has been no exception. Read on for our highlights of the month and next year why don’t you try them out.
Many believe that Halloween originated in Ireland over 2500 years ago when the Celts used to dress up in zombie style costumes and scare away the evil spirits. Fast forward to the present day, and dressing up as a Zombie for Halloween has never been more popular. With more Zombie movies and films this year than what could sink a ghost ship, we think Zombies are going to be big in 2016. Check out our top Zombie Fancy Dress ideas for couples.
It’s the second week in October which means that Halloween is just around the corner and it’s time to dress up in a spooky costume and scare everyone around. Halloween Morphsuits are becoming more and more popular each year; as these all-in-one Lycra jumpsuits make it easy to look terrifying. No need for make up and hours of preparation as you can unzip the suit and literally jump in. Morphsuits has a huge range of designs but before you buy, take a look at these awesome Black Morphsuit costume ideas for Halloween. They are all simple to create with a black morphsuit, a few accessories and some will power. Get inspired now and stand out at Halloween.
The annual Trick or Treat Run returns to Richmond Park on Sunday October 30th promising to really get you in the mood for Halloween. Forget Sunday morning hangovers and post Halloween party excuses. Brush the cobwebs off your trainers, gather your friends and family, and prepare to walk, run or jog around a spook-tastic course through Halloween zones and past pumpkin patches. Plus face a deliciously dastardly trick or treat decision when you reach the finish line before collecting your special medal and fill your goody bag with ghoulish treats.
Starting to receive Halloween party invites? Its that time of the year again and if your house is anything like ours, the kids start counting down from the start of October as they just love dressing up in a spooky Halloween costume and scaring the neighbours on trick or treat night. We embrace Halloween season because dressing up helps develop imagination and story telling capabilities. Plus, its a really good excuse to dress up and have fun.