Let’s Wrap 2020 with a Halloween Contest!
Even though your Halloween plans may look different this year, that doesn’t mean you should cancel costumes, too. Now more than ever, we need to see adorable babies in their equally adorable costumes.
Once again, we’re launching our Halloween costume contest with some amazing prizes for three lucky little u winners. If last year’s contest was any indicator, we can’t wait to see what you crazy-creative parents have up your sleeves! [contest rules below]
Don’t forget to show us how you’re staying safe this year with your masks. If you need some help, we scoured the web to get your wheels spinning on cute-as-can-be costumes with matching face masks. Check out the ideas below.
Wishing everyone ghoul’ luck and, a super safe and just as fun Halloween of 2020!
How to enter:
1. Take a photo of your little one dressed in costume.
2. Post it on instagram using #littleunicorncostumecontest2020
3. Submit photos anytime from October 28th until November 1st.
THREE lucky winners will receive Little U shop credit to use on littleunicorn.com:
Monster prize - $300 shop credit
Wicked-good prize - $200 shop credit
Not So Bat prize - $100 shop credit
Winners will be announced on Instagram and by email on November 2nd.
We can’t wait to see all the adorable costumes!
For the Animal Lover
These masks by WhatAnimalToday are adorable and come in matching sets. Choose from a rabbit, fox, tiger, puppy, lion — and more. Add ears or a tail, and their costume is complete! For younger kids, try Cubcoats adorable masks that double as a wristlet or Old Navy’s Critter masks for animals and dinosaur options,
For the DIYer
If crafting is your thing, try these fun and silly face masks your kids will enjoy making and wearing! Includes a cat, butterfly, monster and beard face. Or try these patterns from NatashaArtDolls
For coordinated costumes
Already have a great costume, just need a little inspiration? Kidsroomhouse offers simple suggestions for common costumes like sharks, cats, princesses and more.
Primary for the win!
Your one stop shop for costume essentials, plus tons of adorable costume inspiration—some that includes mask too! Who said zombies couldn’t be cute?
First the mask, then the costume.
If masks are the essential part of your costume, try one of these character-inspired masks. These are a great starting point for the rest of the costume. Then add neutral items like leggings, plain shirts, headbands, etc.
For simple costumes
Sometimes simple is best. Try The Mom Friend’s simple costume ideas that work perfectly with a mask!
In the end, if you can’t find a mask that fits your costume just right, it’s 2020—any mask will do.