Like many little ones, my daughter loves to dress up as her favourite film, TV and book characters. Many toy shops and supermarkets stock a range of generic fancy dress costumes, but what if you want something a bit special, or at least different from everyone else? Here’s a little secret for you… have a look at Pretend To Bee.
I know! I can’t believe we have only just heard about them either. Not only do they stock a huge range of exciting children’s costumes, but their prices are very reasonable too, which of course is a huge bonus, especially if you have more than one child to buy for.
Dressing Up with Pretend To Bee
Little Button is an avid fan of Julia Donaldson and holds a special place in her heart for ‘The Snail and the Whale’. I’m pretty sure it has everything to do with her love of the seaside! The lovely people over at Pretend To Bee have just had some new fancy dress costumes designed, and guess what? One of them is a snail costume! We were really excited to try this out.
Let’s Pretend To Be A Snail!
We love the detailing in this stunning tabard snail costume by Pretend To Bee. As a parent, I always dread the fiddly bits some fancy dress costumes have, and there is nothing worse than finding your little one stuck inside a costume with cheap plastic zips and tiny head and arm holes. I’m very pleased to say that Pretend To Bee have thought of everything with this costume.
Available in size 3-7 years old, the tabard snail costume is spacious and its velcro fastenings help to extend its life span as your little one grows.
Despite having a snail shell on its back, the costume is actually quite light and squashy, so easy to store.
The material is strong, and after lots of testing there has been no sign of wear and tear as of yet.
We were all really impressed with this snail costume, and even more impressed that Pretend To Bee think outside the box when it comes to their fancy dress costumes in general.
We would absolutely recommend this snail costume to anyone with a little girl or boy with a love for imaginative play.
Pretend To Bee
Disclosure: Little Button was sent the tabard snail costume to try out by the lovely people at Pretend To Bee. All views are my own.