When it comes to Halloween costumes for your baby, it’s all about balancing irresistible cuteness and absolute comfort. We’ve combed the web, read reviews, and spent hours on social media to find some of the comfiest, cutest, and coolest baby Halloween costumes available right now.
They may not be able to walk or talk yet, but all eyes will be on them when they wear one of these super cute baby costumes. No matter how your child is going to celebrate the holiday — trick or treat, trunk to trunk, or just hanging out at home — they’ll be the cutest guest in attendance. (And since they can’t eat their candy yet, it’s all yours!)
Whether you want to dress them up as their favorite cartoon character or their favorite fruit (or somewhere in between), we have your baby’s first Halloween covered. As for the candy hangover? We suggest naptime and water.
Baby Yoda has taken over the hearts of everyone, and you can definitely expect that adorable little face to be a hit this Halloween. The robe and hat construction make it super comfy for your little spooky sweetie, too.
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Real question, how would giraffes wear a scarf? Up by their jaw, or down by their chest? In this costume you can rest assured that your little animal will be toasty warm and have no need of a scarf.
Imagine how utterly edible this costume would be if you paired it with a vampire pacifier? Little Dracula out for his treats. And we can be honest, for breastfeeding parents, babies can feel a bit vampirish.
The costume is soft, easy to wear, and warm enough with the hood that you could probably get away with a simple base layer underneath.
If you haven’t heard (but who hasn’t?), The Lion King has gotten a total makeover. While the film does the work of converting this generation of little ones into “Hakuna Matata” mantra lovers, you can give your little fan a head start with this lion costume. With a mane like this one, your babe is totally Mufasa.
Elvis has left the building, and he’s stealing hearts one nap at a time. You know your baby can hit those high notes (thanks to all that screaming and hollering), so dress him up like the King to really tap into those vocal cords.
Guac is extra, and so is your baby. This adorable avocado costume is a must for millennial parents, featuring a leaf-topped hood and a round brown pit at the belly that really accents baby’s chubby tum.
Tim Burton fans will love this simple, yet adorable Jack Skellington costume that looks like it came straight from Halloween Town.
The one-piece features a zippered front for easy dressing, while a cozy embroidered cap will keep little ears warm on a chilly October night.
Kiss this cute frog, and he might just turn into a prince! As if you needed another reason to smooch those chubby cheeks.
Your happy baby will have so much fun hopping around in this cozy jumpsuit, featuring a funny frog-faced hood with an attached crown, plus skid-resistant foot covers for added safety.
While we aren’t sure if the original Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is actually supposed to be cute or absolutely frightening, we do know that your baby dressed as him will be so cute it’ll break the internet.
Complete with the sweet little cap and sailor bib, how can you be afraid of something so scrumptiously adorbs?
If your little one could choose any power, what would it be? Flying? Going invisible? Or making their puffy cereals reappear after they’re done eating them? Let them channel their inner superhero with the baby Jack-Jack costume complete with the cute little mask.
Forget Toby, Andrew, and Tom, your baby is now the cutest, best Spider-Man that there ever was. The two-piece set is basically pajamas, and if your baby doesn’t love the mask, it’s not needed. Their cute little face is plenty enough. We suggest pairing them with a pair of cozy socks or red slippers.
If you have a family Tiger King costume up your sleeve, this fluffy, hooded baby tiger costume is an absolute must for your little cub. Made of super soft flannel, your tiny tiger will be warm while trick or treating.
After the holiday, you can pop this in the wash and your baby can use it for dressing up after Halloween.