I’ve been looking at Halloween costume ideas for babies. Our younger daughter will experience her first Halloween this year. So, it’s led to questions about what to do for Halloween.
There are lots of cute options out there, but the baby dragon Halloween costumes just make me smile for some reason. I think it’s all the bright colors that are used in the costumes. There’s no denying that these costumes are cute but the brightness really makes them stand out—and look a lot more dragon-like.
The Baby Dinky Halloween Costume
My favorite of all the dragon costumes available is this Baby Dinky one. It’s bright blue, which is one of the colors I think of when someone mentions dragon to me (purple is the other).
InCharacter Baby Dinky Dragon Costume, Teal/Green, Small (6 – 12 Months)
This costume has a zipper but still has poppers at the bottom. Diaper changes will be easy enough. The feet come off the costume too, so your child can crawl around with or without the dragon feet. These feet are slip resistant, which is important for my little one as she’s getting to the walking stage.
Danny the Dragon Costume
My second favorite is the Danny the Dragon costume. It’s technically meant to be for boys, but I don’t give in to all that gender-specific clothing. My little girl often finds herself in blue truck onesies and Batman vests! My elder daughter still loves some of the “boy’s” clothes in the shops. They get what fits them, what is practical for them, and what they like (as they get older, of course). So, I’m going to ignore the whole “boy” labelling on this costume.
Princess Paradise Baby Boys Danny The Dragon, Blue, 0/6 Months
On another positive note, the costume is warm and will keep any baby wrapped up all snug when it comes to the colder nights.
Darlin’ Dragon Baby Halloween Costume
I like to give people a choice in their Halloween costume ideas. This one isn’t one of my favorites but it is cute. It has that storybook style look to the dragon’s face, so looks a lot more suitable for babies than some of the others.
One thing that is great about this is that the hood, wings, and tail all detach from the costume. If your baby is fed up or it’s time to go to bed, they can sleep away in the costume without any risk. The booties also remove to avoid overheating.
Darlin Dragon Baby Halloween Costume 6-12 Months
More Baby Dragon Halloween Costumes
Just to make sure you have plenty of choice when it comes to your baby dragons, here’s a look at a few more ideas for costumes.
I love the first one. This may be the one for this year. I have found slightly larger sizes, so it may be something to do next year when my daughter is toddling around a lot more.
What do you think about the baby dragon Halloween costumes? Are they for you?