Dress up as Tinkerbell – A simple guide

It looks like girls just want to have fun. The incredible popularity of the Walt Disney version of Tinkerbell has endured since the studio released its 1953 movie, which also led to a sequel in 2002, nearly fifty years after the original. Tinkerbell has even played in his own prequel movie, so while people can love Peter Pan, the movie's breakout star, thanks to Walt Disney, seems to be the scary little pixie. Therefore, it says that small children everywhere are anxious to dress as Tinkerbell on a certain occasion. Halloween, fancy dress parties, parades – you're called. But even if you are determined to give your little darling what they want, what do you need to put together a Tinkerbell fancy dress costume?

First of all, it is worth to start by sitting down with your children and looking at some versions of Peter Pan. Start with the Walt Disney version, but it's worth looking at Paul Hogan's live action movie 2003, as well as reading the book. This is a great way for you to get the feel for the character and see what your child really likes the character that you can accentuate in the costume.

Then you should think about the hairstyle. Certainly, it may be the Walt Disney interpretation of Tinkerbell, but the character of the movie is truly the iconic portrait of the fairy. There is nothing wrong with being a brunette or ginger, but Tinkerbell is just not brunette or ginger. If your child is blonde (or if you as an adult dress like Tinkerbell), you can have it cut in a pixie-ish bob – Tink has cards, bobbed hair, a style that is extremely fashionable today, so it would surely be a good look for everyday life. But if you don't want a haircut or dye your hair blonde, you can simply buy a wig. Fancy clothing stores will have a variety of wigs available, so you can easily sort out the hairstyle.

When it comes to a dress, you need a short, green dress. Obviously not as short as Tinkerbell's actual dress – in the Walt Disney movie she wears a dress that barely covers her modesty. For women and children this is not a good look – adults can get away with cutting the dress a little shorter if they go for a sexy version of the Tinkerbell look. Cut the home in a shabby pattern to give it some genuine marriage. The jaw does not have much in the way of accessories or jewelry, so keep it simple – a baseball necklace, with earrings earrings, especially pearl effects or earrings as glitter. This will help create a fairy-like feel.

Now your costume is almost finished, with just a few extra features required to make it a perfect Tinkerbell costume. You can wear a glittering hairpiece to give the outfit a little extra glitter, or use body glitter to create a shimmering effect. While there are a number of weird and wonderful variations on fairy wings available, keep it simple – Tinkerbell costume is instantly recognizable; You don't have to overdo it. A pair of brass pairs will suffice, especially as they may be injured on a night out. In the case of shoes, adults can get away with green or gold-high heels, while children should go to ballet pumps. And there you have it – a perfect Tinkerbell suit.