Does your young child have glasses? Are they worried that their glasses just won’t fit their Halloween costume this year? If so, why not create a Halloween costume that is catered around their glasses? From Clark Kent to Harry Potter, there are several Halloween costumes that you can create for your child that go with their glasses and will make them embrace their overall aesthetic. Read on to learn more.
Everybody loves Superman, but nobody is quite as cool as the Superman that we know by day: Clark Kent. Dress your little girl or boy up as this Superhero by day in a Clark Kent costume complete with glasses. Simply get a suit in their size from the local thrift store and place a Superman T-shirt underneath. Then, unbutton their dress shirt so that the T-shirt shows through as if Clark Kent is going to take off his suit in order to transform into Superman. Whether your child is a boy or a girl, this costume is sure to be a big hit.
2. Velma Dinkley
“Scooby Dooby Doo!” Nobody loves Scooby Doo quite as much as little kids. As a fun and exciting adventure cartoon, your child will love dressing up like Velma Dinkley, one of Scooby’s best friends. To create this look, get an orange turtleneck dress, a brown wig with bangs, and top off the entire ensemble with your child’s favorite glasses. Not only is this costume a bit more on the creative side but it is also a great way for your little one to sport their glasses all night long.
3. Harry Potter
Take your son or daughter into the wizarding world of Harry Potter by having them dress up as Harry Potter themselves. This popular costume can easily be found online or you can create it yourself by purchasing a robe and scarf. The best part about the costume? The glasses of course! Simply take a piece of masking tape and wrap it around the bridge of the glasses in order to make it look like they are broken— this finishing touch (along with a scar) will make your child look like the real deal.
Your child doesn’t have to feel bummed out by their glasses this Halloween season. In fact, by choosing one of the fun characters above, your child can have fun while wearing their glasses. To learn more about vision health, contact Dr. Steve Thom’s office today!