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Fancy Dress - dread it

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jamese Tue 07-Jun-05 17:49:47

It has happended - I have to sort out a fancy dress costume for my DD and she is only 18 months! I was hoping that I could avoid until she was at least 10!!! So what does a cool/hip 18 month old wear to a fancy dress obstical race then??? and where do I buy it from (most fancy dress I have seen in town is from 3 yrs) and no before you ask - NO WAY will I be making it....

MarsLady Tue 07-Jun-05 17:51:13

A fairy dress! Woolies, Next, Toy shop. A nice pretty short dress, won't get in her way, she will look angelic and she can have a wand!

Mud Tue 07-Jun-05 17:53:13

just buy her some wings from elc (£5) and put her in a pretty dress and hey presto a fairy

Tommy Tue 07-Jun-05 18:03:51

the good thing about this age is that they have no idea what fancy dress is so you can out them in anything. y DSs went to a Kings and Queens party a few months ago. My Mum made a couple of cloaks for them our of v cheap material I bought and they made the crowns at the party. The week after they went to a fancy dress party and both went as..... kings! Exactly the same outfits - they didn't give a monkeys as long as there was cake

flobbleflobble Tue 07-Jun-05 18:20:02

Woolies is 8great8 for fancy dress!

soyabean Tue 07-Jun-05 18:27:46

How about going conceptual like all green clothes: a pea, or all orange: a carrot?..Well it should be easy! My ds2 was a pumpkin at Halloween when he was about 6 months: orange tshirt and geen tights. Extremely cute!

006 Tue 07-Jun-05 18:31:37

Woolworths have fab all in one babygro thing as faux ballerina for £10. Can you tell I want to buy one!

bubblerock Tue 07-Jun-05 20:20:26

Have a look at Lupin71's items for sale - there's a gorgeous cream dress that would look great with a wand and wings, it's on the for sale board,But heres a link for you

There's some beautiful girlie things on their, unfortunately I only have DS's

charleepeters Tue 07-Jun-05 20:34:06

asda have loads of kids costumes and tesco to x

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