Find the perfect police officer (law enforcement officer) costume for your kid for the next Carnival, Halloween or costume party. You will also find police costume accessories such as gun, handcuffs, sunglasses, cap and a badge to make the costume look even more authentic.
You can use these police costumes and accessories for Role Play. for Halloween dress up parties, Theme party costumes, Festivals, Carnival cosplay, School Play Costume, and more.
- 5 Pcs Police Role Play Set: Includes a cop helmet, police baton, police badge, handcuffs, and walkie talkies. For kids ages 3+ years.
- 14 Pcs Police Pretend Play Set: Inlcudes police hat, police vest, belt, police badge, real flashlight, gun, gun holder, grenade, knife, knife holder, handcuffs, night stick, and walkie talkie, best fit for ages 4-8.
The accessories are well made, the fabric is decent, and some of the pieces look a little bit too real. Now your toddler can pretend to be a real police officer, and pretend to save your house from the robbers.
- Find policeman costume. Costume includes policeman’s top, trousers, hat (and other accessories such as radio set).
- Find policewoman costume that you can wear with a skirt and high heeled boots.
- For the perfect FBI costume, remember to wear a black cap and a jacket that has a badge that clearly reads FBI.
- For the anti-riot police or special police force officer look, who is always ready for action, opt for a SWAT costume with a helmet, a big weapon and a bulletproof jacket.
- You even get zombie police costumes, especially for Halloween.
Every child dreams of becoming a law-enforcing agent someday. These costumes will help bring their dreams to life.
For C’s first Halloween three years ago, I was really excited to dress her up and take her Trick or Treating. Yes, she was only 4 months old at the time, and yes, I was going to consume every last piece of candy she collected (it was six pieces), but I still wanted to dress her up and take her out. I bought her this ridiculous chicken costume, and at the last minute decided that my husband and I should dress up with her. He’s a good sport. A couple of flannel shirts, Carhartt overalls, and a few bunches of hay later, and C was a chicken with her chicken-farmer parents.
It would have been much easier, and warmer, if I could have popped her into her Ergo carrier and gone from there. Wiggly babies, dressed as chickens are hard to carry around the neighborhood. I wish I had the forethought back then to just dress her up in the baby carrier. Now that my kids are too big to wear, I’ve had some great ideas on what I could dress them in that I can share with you. It’s also a bonus that a few of these can be made at the last minute if you’re a professional procrastinator, like myself.
- Bank Robber and Sack of Cash. So easy to do. You can wear a little bandit mask and a black bandana, or a ski mask, and wrap some fabric around your baby carrier. Draw a $ sign on the front, and perhaps a bit of green paper coming out of the top, and voila!
- Web and Spider. If your baby is very young and not quite to the “grabby” stage yet, you can cover yourself in faux spider web material, or a plain, white sheet if they are at the age where everything goes in the mouth. If you have a black carrier, your job is easier, but if not, just cover with some black felt. Then attach some little legs, and there you have it!
- Marsupials. Kangaroos, koalas, and any other mammal that carries their young in a pouch is an obvious choice when you’re carrying your baby in a pouch as well. Baby kangaroo costumes can be found at just about any Halloween costume retailer. For you, if you don’t happen to have a kangaroo costume laying around, a pair of bunny ears would get the point across.
- Momma bird with Nest. Not terribly tricky if you have a bird mask on hand. Get some decorative hay at your local craft store, divide into bunches, then tie around yourself and carrier to make a nest. Baby can either be a little chick, or a white beanie hat would make for a nice egg.
- Bear with Honeypot. This costume would be very cute, but would definitely require either costumes or a particularly crafty parent.
- Gardener with Flowerpot. Relatively easy. Dress yourself in a flannel shirt and a big, straw hat. Wrap baby in fabric that is close to a Terra Cotta color, and then put little fake flowers all around him/her.
- Cowboy and Horse. Not as tough as it sounds. All you need is a cowboy hat, and perhaps boots, and then a little costume like this that you can pull over your head. Yeehaw!
- Sushi. If I have any more babies, you can bet that I would dress them up as sushi. The carrying parent need only dress in white, head-to-toe, to play the part of rice. Grab a salmon-colored pillow, put it on the carrier, tie a thick, black band around to secure it, and you’ve got yourself a mouthwatering little costume.
- Mario and Mushroom. A red hat, an obnoxiously large mustache, and some red overalls completes the Mario portion of the costume. A red, puffy hat with white spots for baby, and the carrier wrapped in off-white fabric, and you’re the Italian plumber video game icon.
- Red Riding Hood and Basket. Some red fabric to create a hooded cloak for you, and a picnic basket for baby. Take a basket, cut one end, and the bottom off, and attach around baby.
If you’re particularly crafty, you can always try something like this.
Police Costume Accessories
To add to the authentic look, you can add additional police costume accessories such as gun, handcuffs, radio set, sunglasses, cap, badge and more.
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