Sound the cute alarm! Suspenders and all, this knit fireman costume is a guaranteed to be the hottest costume on the block.
Buy it: $55, Etsy.com
Had enough of Elsa but still riding the Frozen wave? Mix things up with a Princess Anna costume. Sure, it’s not the first time in forever a little girl’s rocked a princess costume, but you can’t go wrong with a classic.
Buy it: $27, Etsy.com
Step aside, Superman and Captain America. Girl power starts early this Halloween.
Buy it: $20, PartyCity.com
Good for so much more than garden decor, gnomes make for easy costumes and instant laughs. Beards are absolutely essential.
Buy it: $13, Etsy.com
Who needs the other two little pigs when this one has cute covered all by herself? Plus, bubble suits like this one are warm, toasty and perfect for layering if you’re trick-or-treating gets chilly.
Buy it: $40, ToysRUs.com
It’s all in the details with this clever newborn costume, complete with embroidered eyes, crocheted paws and an attached tail and ears.
Buy it: $50, PartyCity.com
We are so onboard with this costume. The best part? Even after his conductor duties are done, those overalls can be worn again and again.
Buy it: $24, Etsy.com
It’s only right that your picky eater should masquerade as a food connoisseur—at least for a night, right?
Buy it: $39, Etsy.com
Let the wild rumpus start! This super-soft jumpsuit makes for the cutest monster Max.
Buy it: $35, PartyCity.com
While the very sleepy caterpillar might be a more appropriate title, this knit cocoon is perfect for a newborn.
Buy it: $43, Etsy.com
Festive and frilly, this pretty candy corn dress is even sweeter than the real thing—with no toothache or cavity worries for adults.
Buy it: $58, Etsy.com
This dragon costume is scary functional: Those wings are actually part of a blanket so your he can cozy up when the fire-breathing fun is over.
Buy it: $40, PartyCity.com