Frozen costumes are on the rise, as evidenced by the massive popularity of the film itself and the number of searches happening for Frozen-themed attire and accessories. According to YoYo.com, 1 of 3 kids' costumes purchased on their site are related to the movie, and Frozen costumes make up 50 percent of sales of the top 50 best-selling costumes on the site.
Clearly, the kids are on to something. Keep clicking for bloggers' best costume DIYs and our favorite store-bought options. Halloween just got a little more fun!
Sarah of A Thrifty Mom crafted this floaty, whimsical Elsa dress by knotting three different shades of tulle together.
Blogger Sarah of Ruffles and Rain Boots created an adorable apron dress for her little Princess Anna. "My daughter absolutely loves it! She dances around in it, singing various songs from Frozen - it's too cute for words," she says.
A white sweatshirt and colored felt become a cuddly snowman with a few simple steps. Blogger Karen says her son told her, "Elsa would love it!"
A set of homemade antlers and fuzzy cuffs are all it takes to make this getup. Jessica of Mad in Crafts says her son was ecstatic to wear his Sven costume around the house. "I loved that the costume was almost free to make!" she adds.
Your little one can be the courageous Kristoff for Halloween night -- without a needle or thread in sight. Sara of Mom Endeavors says, "Our little guy loves the costume, even wearing it while watching the movie!"
Your child will delight in this costume's included tiara.
In this lovely Princess Anna gown, your kid will look just like Frozen's brave heroine
This snuggly Olaf costume will keep your kiddo warm while trick-or-treating.
Pop these antlers on top of a brown fleece shirt and pants to create an easy reindeer costume!
If you don't have time to DIY, try checking out this Etsy shop's Kristoff top.
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