Moana Outfit For Baby

Baby Girl Moana Fancy Dress Romper Sister Matching Ruffle Lace Outfits Costume.Brand New and High Quality.Material: PolyesterGender: GirlsOccasion: Birthday, Christmas and New Year Party,or other FestivalSeason: Spring, Summer, Autumn or WinterAge: 3 Years, 4 Years, 5 Years or 6 Years

Baby Girl Moana Fancy Dress Romper Sister Matching Ruffle Lace Outfits Costume is an adorable children’s dress up costume. It has a variety of functions and its puffy sleeves are very beautiful.

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Baby Moana costume includes a romper and headpiece. Romper has short sleeves and an attached overlay. It comes with coordinating headpiece and is 100% polyester.

This Moana Romper is made of high quality material,soft and comfortable to wear.

Boys and girls will both enjoy this gorgeous outfit. Moana is a fantastic Disney princess, who’s only 12 years old, but she’s fearless and smart. She knows what’s important in life and isn’t afraid to stand up for others. This outfit has been designed to offer comfort and movement whilst maintaining the look of a real Disney princess outfit.

How to Dress Up as Moana

DIY Moana Costume EssentialsFor the top, you can use any red shirt (t-shirt, tube top, tank top). Pair it with a flowy hula skirt and tie a red sash around the hips. Your Moana costume is already coming together! You can also opt for an official Heart of Te Fiti necklace.

Moana came out nearly three years ago, but the movie and Moana is still a fan fave: its wonderful Disney soundtrack (hello, Lin-Manuel Miranda!), its vivid representation of Polynesian culture, and its atypical storyline enchants fans. Moana is a brave hero who gets chosen to go on a mission in order to save her village. So, it’s no surprise that many young girls want to dress up as the character for Halloween.

But parents, be careful. Always remember that what might not seem offensive to you, could be taken the wrong way by someone else. Kids wanting to dress up as their favorite character is harmless, but when it comes to dressing up as characters from cultures other than your own, there’s a right way and wrong way to do it. This means no face painting or making your child’s skin appear darker.

And while it might be easier to purchase a store-bought costume (this one is still available on Amazon!), making your own can be a lot more fun. There are a few different ways to go about a DIY Moana costume, whether you’re looking to achieve a really easy version of the costume or you want to go above and beyond.

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Hula Skirt
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For the top, you can use any red shirt (t-shirt, tube top, tank top). Pair it with a flowy hula skirt and tie a red sash around the hips. Your Moana costume is already coming together! You can also opt for an official Heart of Te Fiti necklace.

To take your costume to the next level, grab these additional accessories:

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Black Fabric Paint
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Tiny Shells
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Girls' Hawaiian Half Sarong
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  1. Paint Polynesian tribal patterns on the red strapless shirt with black fabric paint to re-create the design worn by Moana. We know this is easier said than done, so it might help to use a tribal template, like the one from Etsy shown above.
  2. Use a hot glue gun to attach a band of tiny seashells across the top of the shirt: just make sure you don’t layer on so much that it weighs down the fabric!
  3. Recreate Moana’s hula skirt by wrapping a kids’ sarong over the hula skirt, letting the grass peep through. Finish by tying on a red sash.

No matter how much crafting you put into your child’s Moana costume, they’ll have the best time trick-or-treating this Halloween.

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