May 1, 2007

Totally Suck These Star Wars Costumes Do

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You've got to be kidding. I guess in the world of crappy, commercially made costumes, these Star Wars baby costumes might rank above average, but that's only if you include those drugstore ripoffs that are nothing more than a plastic mask and a coated paper jumpsuit with a monochrome Care Bear logo screened on the front.

craftster.org handmade yoda baby hat
Seriously, if you care enough about Star Wars to dress your kid as Yoda, please care enough to make his costume yourself. It can't possibly turn out worse than these things. In fact, it will probably turn out infinitely better.

Also, where are the damn Ewoks?

update: OK, the baby R2-D2 costume is not horrible. But I don't know how to parse this data, except to say, "of course they did"?: "Customers who bought Star Wars Baby Fleece R2-D2 Costume also bought: Slave Leia Limited Edition Statue"

Star Wars baby costumes, including: Yoda, Leia, Chewbacca, Storm Trooper, X-wing pilot, around $20 [shop.starwars.com via wonderlandblog]
Previously: Yoda Baby Hat? Stop Typing & Start Crocheting!; DIY R2-D2 Onesie [ok, we're waiting for an updated link on the last one]

1 Comment

At least they don't have a slave Leia baby costume.

My daughter may not have a Luke costume, but she sure has the whining part down...

[awww, aunt berruuu...-ed]

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