Thursday, October 04, 2012

Christmas Tree Costume for Adults

Ho Ho Ho! A Tree, A Tree! Oh Christmas Tree ... it's a Christmas Tree with Shoe Boxes Adult Costume! What a different kind of Halloween Costume, for sure. And, what a perfect idea for dressing up at Christmas. It would be a cool idea to dress up as a Christmas Tree Costume and have that special present for your loved one underneath YOU ... the Christmas Tree! Or, if you are planning on popping the question, you could have that special ring as a present underneath that tree. Think about it.
Christmas Tree with Shoe Boxes Adult Costume
I like the idea of multi-purposing your costumes and being able to get the maximum bang for your hard-earned buck. This is one of those costumes that can transition from Halloween to Christmas. And, if you haven't planned for a tree at Christmas, then this costume helps out in that department. Furthermore, you can have a moveable feast with a Christmas Tree that comes to the party!

Consider donning a Christmas Tree with Shoe Boxes Costume for Halloween and then Christmas! This Adult Christmas Tree Costume includes:
  • Green foam tree jumpsuit
  • Gold star on top of the tree
  • Red ornaments
  • Silver garland decoration
Why not get the whole family in the tree costumes:
  • Christmas Tree Kids Costume
  • Christmas Tree Baby Bunting Costume
  • Anit Accessories Christmas Tree Dog Costume, 16-Inch
Check out the other Christmas-themed costumes I've featured:

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree ... "this song has many versions!" Just like the multiple wearing opportunities for this costume!

The custom of the Christmas tree goes back many years to early beginnings in the 15th and 16th centuries. We think of "O Tannenbaum" -- Oh Christmas Tree -- as the Christmas tree developed in early modern Germany. The beloved Christmas tree gained in popularity beyond Germany during the second half of the 19th century. "The Christmas tree has also been known as the "Yule-tree", especially in discussions of its folkloristic origins." --Learn more about the custom of the Christmas Tree from Wikipedia.

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