Amazon Has Tons Of Cute Halloween Costumes For Babies

The only problem will be choosing just one.

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If you wait too long to to pick up a Halloween costume, you might get stuck staring at empty shelves, or worse, ones that will be filled with all sorts of holiday décor. If you’re looking for cute Halloween costumes for your baby, look no further than Amazon, because you can find adorable baby Halloween costumes — and all your other essentials, too.

Why should you shop for Halloween costumes for your baby on Amazon? Let us count the ways. First of all, it’s easy. All you’ll need to do is scroll through the costumes to find one that’s the cutest for your kid. Then, there’s the whole “not having to wait on a long line while your baby is crying which causes your boobs to leak” factor. (If you know, you know.) Finally, even if you waited until the last minute to get a sweet baby Halloween costume (because, well, life), you’re probably still going to get it fairly quickly.

So from a princess to a prisoner, a skunk to a little lamb, Amazon Halloween costumes are pretty hard to beat. (As if you needed another reason to click and add to your cart.)

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Baby owl Halloween costume

Oh, what a hoot! This infant/toddler Halloween owl baby costume is colorful and will have everyone cooing. The jumpsuit has a lined zipper and an attached tail. But what you’ll appreciate most are the leg snaps, which can make blowouts a breeze. The slip-on booties will keep your baby’s tootsies nice and toasty. But will wearing the costume make Baby brilliant? Owls are considered super smart, due to their night vision and other heightened senses. It doesn’t hurt that in Greek mythology, the goddess Athena symbolized wisdom and always had an owl nearby her. This is one of those costumes that is not only cute, but will keep your baby warm, especially if you’re in an area that tends to be cold this time of year.


Jack Skellington The Nightmare Before Christmas baby Halloween costume

Move over, boring pumpkins. The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Jack Skellington baby costume will give everyone the creeps — but in a good way. Baby will look completely dapper in Jack’s pinstripe suit, which has a zip-up front for easy on, easy off access. The fabric might look scary but it’s super soft, and your baby won’t even need a hat on Halloween, thanks to the hat which looks just like Jack’s, um, face? Your child will definitely look like the Pumpkin King himself has come to Halloween Town. But if you like the look of the suit but aren’t into the scare factor, you can always leave the hoodie unzipped, paint a mini moustache on Baby, and let them trick-or-treat as Gomez Addams from The Addams Family.


Police officer baby Halloween costume

Since the day they were born, it feels like they’ve been laying down the law. That’s what makes this baby cop costume a perfect fit. The costume, which comes in 0-6 month or 6-12 month sizes, is a navy blue jumpsuit with a policeman’s hat. It even has an attached belt, tie, badge, and a holster for holding something significant to your little sweetie... like their bottle. It’s made from 100% cotton, which means your kiddo will be comfy as they patrol the neighborhood to ensure that every ghoul is behaving as they’re trick-or-treating. Pair this costume with a pair of black shoes or boots, and your little law enforcement officer will look totes official.


Baby Yoda Halloween costume

Baby Yoda was pretty cute in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. But you know what’s even cuter? Your baby dressed as Baby Yoda. That’s right, you can dress your child up as The Child in this officially licensed Baby Yoda Star Wars costume. The long-sleeved robe has attached hand covers that are, natch, green. It has a headpiece with attached ears and a chin strap closure so that your Baby Yoda keeps his head squarely on his shoulders. And if your fam are Star Wars fanatics, you can dress up as Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, or Darth Vader to make it a family affair.


Bat baby Halloween costume

This baby bat Halloween costume will make your little one the battiest baby on the block. The long sleeve onesie has pants that have snaps to make changing your baby equally a snap. And while a black onesie might not seem like all that much, it’s when Baby extends their arms to reveal their wings that the costume comes to life. Add to that a hood with pointed bat ears, and your kiddo will look cute, and not creepy. But what kind of bat will your baby be? After all, there are (eek) over 1,400 different species of bats throughout the world.


Unicorn baby Halloween costume

Your baby is always happy, eats well, and (woot) sleeps through the night. That’s why it makes sense to dress them up in a unicorn baby costume since they’re both kinda like mythical creatures. The onesie has a pink belly and hood that features adorable pink ears and a gorgeous gold horn. You should size up if purchasing the romper, since it runs smaller and to ensure that there’s enough wiggle room underneath to fit your kid’s clothing. Of course, if you want to get realistic, unicorns don’t exist, but if they did, their close cousin would be the African rhino.


Pumpkin baby Halloween costume

Truth be told, you’d stick your baby into a real pumpkin if you could. (And you just might have, for some really cute first Halloween portraits). But trick or treating with an actual gourd can be ghastly (and quite uncomfortable for Baby), so it’s best to opt for this pumpkin Halloween baby costume instead. The fleece romper allows your baby to be absolutely festive without sacrificing comfort. An attached hood with a fun leaf detail will make your kiddo look like they’re freshly picked out of the pumpkin patch. Plus, if you’re planning to visit one, you can get double duty out of the costume by having your own lil’ punkin pose among the pumpkins.


Bee baby Halloween costume

Could your baby bee any cuter in this baby bee Halloween costume? Your little one will be the buzz of the trick-or-treating set, and will surely get some full-size candy bars — even if they don’t have the teeth to eat them yet. Simply slip your baby into the yellow and black-striped tunic, which also has an attached hood with antennas. The bee’s yellow mesh wings attach to the back. But technically, the costume isn’t anatomically correct, since bees have four wings, and not two. That might explain why bees can beat their wings an astonishing 200 times per second, Animal Dynamics reported.


Lion baby Halloween costume

Maybe it’s the mane, or the precious paw print feet. Let your baby take a walk (or a crawl) on the wild side with this lion baby Halloween costume. It’s one of those costumes that just makes you want to zip your baby up and cuddle them, since it’s made from soft baby velvet fabric. It also works if Baby is fussy and refuses to wear a jacket over the costume — or you just don’t want to cover them up. The costume consists of a one-piece jumpsuit and an attached 3D hood that can double as a hat, especially if you’re trick-or-treating at night and want to keep Baby covered up from the cold.


Disney Woody Toy Story baby Halloween costume

Sure, you love your baby as their parent, but they feel like your buddy, too. That’s what makes this baby Woody costume so cute. Everyone’s favorite deputy will look totally dashing in this onesie costume, which has a frontal zipper to transform your kiddo into the protagonist of Toy Story. And you won’t have to worry about finding cowboy boots to match your baby’s costume, since the onesie covers your little one’s tootsies, too. The costume can come in handy post-Halloween, too, since it’s comfy enough for your baby to sleep or play in. But instead of dressing just Baby up as Sheriff Woody, you can always dress up as Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, or any other toy, too.


Princess baby Halloween costume

Hi, ho, hi ho, it’s off to trick-or-treating you go when Baby dons this adorable Snow White baby Halloween costume. The onesie has long sleeves (woot), and lots of ribbon embellishments that just scream Snow White. The yellow ruffles on the dress portion, plus the tiara on top, will make your baby feel like a Queen in the making. Of course, if older siblings are up for it, you can dress them as some of Snow White’s seven dwarfs. And if you’re tired of traipsing up to people’s doors and ringing their bells, you can always say that, yes, you’re one of the Dwarfs: Grumpy — or more likely, Sleepy — to be specific.


Little lamb baby Halloween costume

This sweet little lamb baby Halloween costume can bring the famous children’s nursery rhyme to life. The costume comes with white faux fur sleeves, a tutu skirt and gingham bodice, and matching hood. Pink tights and booties are also included, so you won’t have to look for ones that don’t already have holes in them. You can continue the fun by using the costume as part of playtime. As for the author of “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” Sarah Josepha Hale, was a popular 19th century writer and editor. In fact, she was a women’s magazine editor for almost 50 years and was a staunch supporter of women’s rights. Suddenly, the song takes on a whole new meaning.


Beauty and the Beast baby Halloween costume

If you love a good love story, then you’ll fall head over heels for this Beauty and the Beast baby costume. The Disney costume has long sleeves and pants, and horns and ears that are made from faux fur. (There’s even a beast tail on back!) Dress up as Belle, and tote your mini Beast around as the perfect plus one for any Halloween-oriented party. The design almost looks cartoon-like, and not like the live-action film from 2017 starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, which kind of gives it an even cuter quality. This is definitely a costume that you will want your little one to wear again, perhaps to a Halloween party at daycare or a friend’s house.


Monkey baby Halloween costume

Your baby is a cheeky little monkey for sure. That’s why you’ll go ape for this baby monkey Halloween costume. The plush monkey jumpsuit has attached booties and plush hood with the cutest of ears. If your baby gets bored during the festivities, they can always bat around the banana wrist rattle. Just make sure that your little one doesn’t try to take a bite out of it, though. Because monkeys and bananas are not a marriage made in heaven. In fact, monkeys do not eat bananas in the wild, mostly because they are not available. Instead they eat leaves, nuts, flowers, and insects, which might be tastier — to them, anyway.


Baby Elvis Halloween costume

Long live The King! You can’t help falling in love with this adorable baby Elvis costume. It’s a duplicate of Elvis’ Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite concert back in 1973. It has a whole bunch of glittery goodness, from the liberty birds on the costume to the American Eagle belt. And that collar is just begging to be popped up, just like Elvis wore it. Even the booties (with their “Elvis Lives” emblazoned on the bottom), are super cute. And if all this Elvis nostalgia has you wondering where the real Aloha Jumpsuit is, well, you’ll need to take a trip to Graceland, where it’s proudly on display.


Baby Pillsbury Doughboy costume

You tickle that tummy every chance you get. So why not dress up your little dude like the Pillsbury Doughboy? The costume, which is basically a white velour jumpsuit, has a knotted collar and attached paw flaps and booties. And while it might not look like much alone, it’s when you put on that iconic puffy Pillsbury hat that the costume becomes a total chef’s kiss. But let it be said that if you plan to take some pics of your mini Iron Chef, you should do so earlier on in the day, because, you know, spit (and other things) happens.


Caterpillar sleep sack costume

You read The Very Hungry Caterpillar to your belly over and over again during your pregnancy. Now that Baby is officially here, you can dress them up in this sleep sack inspired by the Eric Carle board book. For infants, a sleep sack is a cinch to put on, without having to wrestle little limbs into a clumsy costume. Your baby will feel all nice and cozy without you asking yourself your partner a thousand times, “Do you think the baby is warm enough?” And on top of that, they’ll look cute. You can even use it as a sleep sack post-Halloween as you watch your own little caterpillar snooze and transform, too.


Princess Leia Halloween costume

There shall be no gutsier baby in the galaxy than yours when your child wears this Princess Leia costume. It comes with the classic Princess Leia white robe, but even better than that, you won’t have to worry about styling your little sweetie’s locks, because the cinnamon bun-shaped wig is also included. Not only will the wig garner oohs and aahs from fellow trick-or-treaters, but it has the added benefit of acting like a hat of sorts for your sweetie’s head. You’ll need to find white tights and shoes, but if it’s a warmer Halloween night, your princess will be fine barefoot. Let’s just hope that the empire doesn’t strike back by, um, your baby having a big diaper blowout during trick-or-treating.


Skunk baby Halloween costume

Sure, your baby might be a little stinker (and you’ve experienced the diaper blowouts to prove out). But they’re still super cute, and they’ll look even more adorable in this baby skunk costume. Although the description refers to the fabric as “natural fur”, we’re not really sure that’s entirely accurate. Still, Baby will be warm and toasty in this soft jumpsuit, which also comes with a hood, booties, and a detachable tail. Because the costume tends to run a bit smaller, you’ll definitely want to size up, particularly if you plan to layer your little one in clothes underneath.


Astronaut baby Halloween costume

Your love for your baby is, well, out of this world. That’s what makes this baby astronaut costume on Amazon so perfect for Halloween. It comes in a slew of sizes (from 0-3 months all the way to 18-24 months), and comes in two pieces: a onesie that looks actually official with a NASA logo and an American flag on the sleeve, to the white pants that have those signature stripes on them that will make your baby look like an actual astronaut. Although the costume doesn’t come with a helmet, the attached hood works just as well. Just bring along a jacket in case it gets cold later in the day or evening.


Avocado baby Halloween costume

This baby avocado costume definitely isn’t the pits. The sleeveless hooded romper is made from a high-quality cotton blend that looks and feels more like a plush toy than a Halloween costume. (But don’t worry, even though the fabric is thicker, it has sweat wicking properties and is also lightweight and breathable so Baby won’t overheat when they wear it.) The front zipper means you can change Baby easily, or even add or remove additional clothing layers as necessary. But you won’t have to worry about pants, because the costume comes with super cute striped stockings that only add to the deliciousness of this outfit.


Baby prisoner Halloween costume

Once your baby was born, they stole your heart — and your ability to sleep through the night for the foreseeable future. That’s why you should dress your cutie convict in this prisoner baby costume. The onesie has a button closure on the legs, which makes diaper changes a literal snap. The outfit comes with a jumpsuit, which features some pretty impressive ink tats on the long sleeves, as well as a striped hat. This is the kind of baby Halloween costume that’s guaranteed to get a few good laughs, since it’s a little edgier yet still adorable. After all, it should be a crime to be this cute.


Baby bear Halloween costume

With over 14,000 reviews on Amazon alone, this baby bear Halloween costume is a no-brainer. It has everything you’ll need to keep your baby cozy, from its fleece fabric that will warm them up without overheating them. Plus, it has a hoodie that has faux fur and adorable pom pom-esque matching ears. It even has rollover cuffs that works to keep your child’s hands warm and also out of their mouths. The onesie even has booties, which means all you need to do for this quick and easy costume is put a diaper on Baby, zip them into the costume, and collect as many treats as you can get. Which, when people get a glimpse of this beautiful bear, should be a breeze.

If you’re Googling “Amazon Halloween costumes for baby,” you’re bound to find a lot of options for your child. What your child will end up as — a mythical creature to a delectable sandwich — is up to you.

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