Robin Hood Child Costume
Every boy has his own hero. Boys have a natural flair for adventure. Their youthful imagination, unending curiosity to the world and everything in it, and the cheerful fascination for things beautiful and amusing lead them to enjoy epic tales of pure gallantry. And Robin of the Hood is one of the personas that boys admire and try to emulate. If your son simply loves the Prince of Thieves, then why don’t you give him the Robin Hood Child Costume?
Since imitation and role-playing are innate in children, it is a good idea to support your son’s playfulness to enhance his imagination and understanding of the world. Revel in the fact that he has taken a liking to the story of the brave Robin Hood.
The Robin Hood Child Costume features a forest green tunic detailed with a beige collar that goes beautifully on the neck, and a brown faux leather design that appears to be of medieval origin trimmed with red laces patched on the end of the sleeves and the body. The tunic has a velvety appearance to give added attractiveness to the costume, making your child look dashing in his Robin Hood attire.
A black faux leather belt is also strapped around the waist over the tunic to gain a better effect. It is thick and buckled with intricately designed dull-gold steel.
A nice pair of loose brown pants and a pair of faux leather boot covers go together in perfect harmony. It’s a good idea to wear brown shoes, preferably leather, to complement these accessories.
Making up the head gear is a brown faux leather Robin Hood hat with a nice red feather attached to it that matches the red laces of the tunic.
The reason why Robin Hood had no trouble hiding during his raids in the forest is because his costume offered him camouflage and made him blend in perfectly with the environment. Brown below and green on top—he lurks like a chameleon among the trees waiting for the filthy rich to come his way and salvage his treasures to give to the deprived folks of Nottingham.
Complete the Robin Hood Child Costume by adding a bow and a quiver of arrows. And no, you won’t need to rob the filthy rich to afford this costume because it is offered at a reasonable price.