Halloween is probably one of my favorite holiday, next to Christmas that is. It's a holiday that everyone can enjoy and have fun with. If you are buying baby or kids costumes there are a few things you want to give some thought to before your purchase. If you are selling baby and kids costumes think about what parents are looking for to help you determine what to sell.
First and foremost is safety. It might be the more adorable costume you've ever seen, but does is it a practical fit for the age? With babies you don't have to worry so much about the safety, other than to be sure they can freely move with the costume on and that they are warm enough, but not too warm.
Now with toddlers, the issue of mobility comes into play. Toddlers aren't always real steady on their feet so you want to be sure that they can move, walk, and run without tripping or being so weighted down with the costume that it is difficult to navigate the stairs. Make sure the masks don't make it impossible to see in all directions. Kids tend to run. The running can dislodge the mask and cause it to cover their eyes, nose, or mouth. That's when falling accidents happen. On the other hand babies may be trying to get that hat off their head and pulling on it can also cause it to cover their face.
No matter how cute the costume is and how adorable your little one will look in it, always remember safety first.
Here are some of the top listings for Baby and Kids Halloween Costumes...Lots of cute and fun ideas. Baby & Kids Halloween Costumes
Sellers pay attention to what you are selling. Is the costume safe? Fire retardant? Will it cause undue restriction or weight to the little one? Be sure that your listings contain all of the pertinent information for each costume. Not just the character, but the size, the shape of the mask or head wear. It is constraining or bulky and heavy. These are points that you want to be sure to disclose in your listing. While the southern states don't generally worry about it being too cold, but in the northern states it might be really cold. Be sure to note this in your listing. Answer questions promptly and professionally.
And most of all Sell, Sell, Sell! The time is now to move the Halloween and kick off your Q4 sales.