Dr Seuss Costume Halloween Cat In The Hat Accessory Kit,Red/white,One Size #elope
A party is not as fun unless there is a bit of mischief taking place. Enter the Cat in the Hat Thing 1 or Thing 2 The Tutu Adult Costume, designed for wear by those who think knocking everything over and flying kites in the house makes perfect sense. Those mischief-making rapscallions from the The Cat in the Hat know how to have all the fun by creating all the trouble! Now you can show off your playful side by donning this outrageous but cute outfit for the next costume party. The colorful costume comes in bright reds and blues for a feminine take on the classic characters. The headband plays off Thing 1 and Thing 2's wild blue hair, while the tutu adds an unexpected twist. With logos on the shirt for either Thing 1 and Thing 2, you decide which troublemaker you're going to be. Either way, you're sure to be the life of the party! This instantly recognizable classic costume is perfect for any Halloween event, costume party or play. Recommended for Ages 14+.
Who's more playful than the mischievous Cat in the Hat? You are, when you put on The Cat in the Hat Tutu Adult Costume. Poor Sally and Dick never expected the trouble in store for them when they opened the door to the Cat in the Hat on that rainy day. You'll embody the Cat's playful spirit when you slip on the costume's headband that combines the cat ears and hat into one head piece. The Cat's trademark red-and-white striped hat sits between perky black cat ears lined with white. Be ready for the rhyming whimsy to start spewing forth as you become one of Dr. Seuss's most beloved characters. A patch of white adorned with a red bow accents the comfortable black tee shirt that pairs with the bold, red tutu for a fun interpretation of this literary cat. Be prepared for page-turning adventures every time you put on this fantastic feline costume.
Cat in the hat costume 2015 Jordyn Elting
"DIY Cat in the Hat costume" by behappy4ever on Polyvore
Her dedication as a library aide paid off Thursday afternoon when she got to put on a black and white felt costume and towering red and white striped hat and become the Cat in the Hat while passing out bookmarks to other students as part of the 20th annual Read Across America Day to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday.Who does not crack a smile with the mere mention of Dr. Seuss? Imagine the impact of a visit from the Cat in the Hat himself. It is sure to have audiences of every age sharing the simple joy of a classic treasure. The wearer of the Cat in the Hat costume should be 5′ 4″ to 5′ 9″ and weigh between 120 and 160 lbs."I saw people dress up as Cat in the Hat in previous years and it looked like fun," Marisa, 11, said before changing into the costume and having whiskers drawn on her face by librarian Carmen McCormick. "I want to make little kids happy, and it's important for kids to read."But we're getting off track: there is perhaps no more famous Dr. Seuss creation than the one, the only, the Cat in the Hat! And it's not just any hat, which is significant, because any cat can wear any hat and it doesn't make them the Cat in the Hat. No, the Cat in the Hat has that tall red and white striped top hat that announces to everyone that mischief and mayhem are almost certainly on their way. Should Thing 1 and Thing 2 be tearing apart your house? Absolutely not! But the Cat in the Hat doesn't care about that! Now your own kiddo can adopt Dr. Seuss' favorite feline and dress up as the legend himself! All them to embrace their full creativity when this costume is on, because all boundaries of the impossible are gone when their imagination engines start going!