Have you heard the buzz surrounding fox costumes this Halloween? We think it must be in part due to the viral video "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)" by Ylvis. Whatever the case, we're certainly in favor of the trend! Before your child decides to make a last-minute switch to fox ears, check out these three variations we love. These DIY fox costumes for kids range from easy to advanced. We've even spotted a great DIY fox costume for adults if you'd like to accompany your child in style while Trick-or-Treating.
DIY mom Ella made this fox costume for her daughter from an orange-colored long-sleeve T-shirt, white felt, construction paper, black gloves and black pants. Trusty black eyeliner works out great for the face paint.
Get the scoop on this DIY fox costume at iVillage.
If your child already has an adorable wardrobe, use these pieces to your advantage as you plan your fox costume. For this look, you can dress your child in an old jacket that still fits and refashion a hooded sweater into one with felt fox ears. Add a few hand-sewn details and some cute boots, and your little fox is ready to go trick-or-treating.
Get the DIY fox costume how-to at The Paper Mama.
If you're up for a more ambitious sewing project, try out this DIY fox costume for kids, made by Cherie of You and Mie. The cozy hooded outfit comes complete with a stuffed tail, pockets (for stuffing with candy) and an adorable fox face and ears on the hood.
Get the scoop on this DIY fox at You and Mie.
Photos: iVillage, The Paper Mama, You and Mie.
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