Such birds and such costumes fascinate children. They would likely think this would be very cool to wear on St. Patrick's Day. There are a lot of cute and modest peacock customs that children would love. If you live in warmer climates, these might not work to wear in March or October because they seem fairly warm. It would need to be cold enough to wear slightly heavy sweat clothes for a child to be comfortable in these disguises. If somebody wishes to promote a petting zoo, children could be hired to wear these with signs telling about the zoo and/or event. Children of employs would likely be thrilled and work cheaply.
My children come up with crazy ideas each year and I have to figure out how to make these ideas come to life. This year was a peacock costume. I do this for them and try not to spend too much money, we use things around the house to build the costume. Every year I find a way to give them what they want and they are always happy because no one else has the same costume as they do. Just a happy mom to share her hard work with everyone, who tries as hard as I do to keep her kids happy.
Children love to dress up in costumes, and creating your own Halloween costumes can be a fun and inexpensive way to celebrate this holiday. If you or your child loves the beauty and elegance of peacocks, replicate this bird by creating a hand-made peacock costume. Everything needed to make a peacock costume can be purchased at any craft or arts supply store.
An essential reference for parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone working with childrenn's theater groups. This full-color introduction to historical costume was created especially for children by John Peacock, a former senior costume designer for the BBC. With over 320 illustrations plus clearly written descriptions, the book offers a broad survey of Western costume from ancient times to the present day. It will be an invaluable resource for teachers and librarians who want to help children imagine what...