Having a Frozen toddler costume is all the rage these days—and, with all the toddlers who have fallen in love with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf, it really isn’t surprising! Your toddler will make a spectacular ice queen, spunky princess, or altruistic snowman; but it’s up to you to do the costuming.
If you enjoy tailoring and especially working with glittery gauze and blue satin, making an Elsa costume may be a fun exercise for you. You’ll be sure what you come up with will be totally unique. You can also always buy your child’s costume, but buying a Frozen toddler costume at the local general store is a recipe for making your child the identical double of a dozen others in your neighborhood. That’s why it may be a good idea to go online, and find a Frozen toddler costume that exactly fits your budget and your child’s style.
Here’s our review of the best Frozen-themed toddler costumes.
• If your toddler is going to a costume party as Elsa, it’s likely she won’t be the only Elsa in the room. So make sure she is the prettiest, most convincing Elsa by getting a top-rated costume rather than a cheap one from the dollar store. Disguise Girls Disney Frozen Elsa Deluxe Costume is one of Amazon’s highest rated Elsa costumes, and it looks beautiful—glittery white and a bright sky blue, with delicate snowflakes over the skirt. It is attention grabbing without being slutty, and it’s not too hard on the budget, either.
• Another beautiful Elsa dress is ReliBeauty Girls’ Princess Elsa Fancy Dress Costume. A skyblue glittery dress and a flowing white cloak, this outfit will definitely make your little girl look like a princess. The material is soft and comfortable, and the style is lovely. The only drawback? The seams are weak; this does not seem to be a dress that is built to last. Buy it if you only need a dress for one Halloween night; for constant dress up, you will either need to buy something else or be prepared to shell out the money for replacements.
• Or is your toddler going to break out from expectations, challenge societal norms and be an Anna? Disguise Girls Disney Frozen Anna Deluxe Costume is also pretty sweet. This dress is in three pieces; a petticoat, bodice, and under-blouse. A black bodice and blue overskirt over a purple petticoat and gauzy blue blouse; this dress comes in four separate pieces, and will make your little girl into the perfect Princess Anna.
• If your toddler is a bundle of energy, running here there and everywhere bringing sunshine and warm hugs, Disguise Baby’s Disney Frozen Olaf Deluxe Toddler Costume just might be for him (or her). This costume is very cute on both little boys and little girls; a three-ball snowman with a face at the top, ‘stick hands’ and ‘stick hair’. It’s a jumpsuit and character hat; so if your toddler doesn’t like wearing awkward shaped things on his head, you could always just do the jumpsuit and be a generic snowman. The headpiece does add a definite Olaf effect though.
Which Frozen toddler costume will your child wear this year?