Role play stimulates your child’s imagination and plays an important role in developing social skills. Young children can learn practical skills and how to co-operate and share with others. From vets and astronauts to a school crossing patrol officer, our costumes start from as little as £10.95 + P&P, so feed their imagination!
If you’re looking for new costume ideas for a birthday party why not take a look at our new World Wrestling Entertainment™ costumes, including John Cena, The Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin starting from £19.95!
Hunting for Easter eggs has become a firm favourite for families at Easter time, so why not make it an extra special time and dress your little ones up? Maybe a rabbit or a chick, then again the more likely option in our house would be a Mutant Ninja Turtle. Whatever the costume, Happy Easter from all of us at … Continue reading
We know how difficult it can be trying to find the perfect costume for your Book Day celebration. Whether you are looking for something a bit ‘outside the box’ or you need to stick to a theme, we have put together a fantastic A-Z guide of our literary favourites. Don’t forget to share your costume ideas with us on the … Continue reading
The aim of World Book Day is to encourage children to enjoy the world of books and reading. Most schools mark it by asking children to dress up, so why not celebrate it by dressing up as your favourite book character (my son said he wanted to dress up as a book, hmmnn). Who’s your child’s favourite character? Our best … Continue reading
World Book Day – we have one of the widest selections of Book Day costumes with new additions coming in everyday. If your school is celebrating Book Day then we can help you with some fancy dress inspiration! We stock a huge variety of well-loved Book Day characters such as Willy Wonka™, Harry Potter™, Cat In The Hat™, Alice in … Continue reading
When the rain starts to pour, it can be difficult to keep the kids entertained. It’s not until the weather turns bad that you realise just how much you rely on it to have fun, particularly if you have smaller children who get bored easily. The great outdoors is full of entertainment in the most unlikely places and sometimes being … Continue reading
Diary Date: World Book Day – March 6 2014. Did you know World Book Day is organised by UNESCO to promote reading, publishing and copyright. The first Book Day took place in 1995. Which is your child’s favourite book character?
KIGU™ Onesies – See the latest ‘must-have’ onesies from Japan. Kigurumis are Japanese animal costumes that are really fun to wear!!
And a great hat!