<img src="http://b.scorecardresearch.com/p?c1=2&c2=15350591&cv=2.0&cj=1" /> Costume Party - SavvyMom

Fancy that—it’s not just your imagination. Kids really do love to dress up in costumes.
And since imaginary play is so good for their development, we’re always looking for ways to help them find their inner magician, prince, dragon, elf or whatever their fancy.

With the biggest dress-up season just around the corner and a long winter of indoor play looming, we’re planning on stocking up our dress-up trunk with some of the inspiring (and high quality) costumes from Fancy Pants Kids. Made in Canada, Fancy Pants Kids’ costumes are kid-tested, machine-washable, and much more durable than the costumes you buy in the drugstore every October (the flammable variety that get thrown out come November).

Fancy Pants Kids is the creation of the very creative Gretel Meyer Odell, who combined her 15 year career in theatre, her children’s love of imaginative play and memories of her own childhood dress-up trunk into a business.

Tagged under: ,,,,,


Similar Related Posts:

  • Tech tools for kids
    • April 18, 2018

    The Top Tech Tools to Protect Your Kids Online

    From protecting your child's personal information online to limiting screen time and blocking out dangerous content—these tech tools are a huge help for the modern family. Here's a round-up of some great choices.

  • Graco Product Recall
    • March 2, 2018

    Graco 6-in-1 Highchair Recall Alert

    The affected units were sold from April 2017 to December 2017 at Babies “R” Us Canada, and at Walmart in the US between October 2016 and December 2017.

  • Petit Remy
    • January 19, 2018

    Pick of the Week: Petit Remy Crochet Toys

    The mom behind this unique business makes all of her creations by hand, including robots, unicorns, ice cream rattles and even a "Freddie Yeti". Prepare yourself for the cuteness overload.

  • OX3C0297
    • January 18, 2018

    Are Bento Boxes Worth the Investment?

    Do school lunches stress you out? I used to dread it. Finding lids, washing a million little containers...it was all so frustrating. Now I enjoy making school lunches. What do I give 100% of the credit to? Bento boxes.

more articles