October 15, 2014

United Nation Costumes

October is the month for United Nation and for the last two years, this is one of my busiest months because I need two costumes, one for United Nation and one for Trick or Treat. Fortunately, this year my son has no United Nation nor Trick or Treat program in his new school. 

They will only have costume parade this coming Friday, each level has their own theme. Nursery will wear superheroes costume, Pre-Kinder will wear United Nation costume and Kinder will wear Fairy Tale or Book Character Costume.

Looking for a costume is not easy especially I live in Southern Luzon and Divisoria and Baclaran are too far for me. So most of the time I go to tailoring shop for my son’s costume but of course not all will accept your request because of the time constraint. 

Sharing with you the costumes of my son for the last two years. He was Mr. Sweden when he was in Nursey. I have the white longsleeves and long socks so I only bought fabric P100 for the blue vest and yellow short pants. The tailoring shop charged me P350 for the blue vest and short pants so it is quite expensive.  

He was Mr. Argentina when he was in Pre-Kinder. I have the white longsleeves and black pants so the only stuff I need is the accessories. I ordered it in school and I think I paid less than P200. The only problem with the costume is the hat, out of stock na kasi so yan na lang pwede.



14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! Your son is so cute! :p I especially like his Mr. Argentina costume.

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  2. I'd love to see my daughter wearing costumes too. Your son looked great in his.

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  3. Buti ka pa you know someone who can do costume for your son, me my only source is mall. Sa divisoria kasi I don't know where I can find the costumes, I went there October 6 and looking for a Ninja costume wala me makita. Your son looks adorable and smart

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    1. Thanks, Naku sis, super hanap kami near our place na may magtatahi, Meron sa mall na ninja costume.

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  4. I can't wait to see my girls wear costumes too :) Your son is really cute, by the way :)

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    1. Thanks. Actually mom ang excited pag may costume ang anak. :)

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  5. Super cute especially the Mr. Sweden look. I can't wait for my daughter to join in UN naisip ko tuloy ano kayang country ang babagay sa kanya.. hehe.

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    1. Thanks! Cedie look nga lang yung Mr. Sweden. In our case, depende sa maassign na country sa min, per section kasi.

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  6. I love to see my daughter wearing costumes too. The nice thing is,she likes it as well. Yeah, costumes are not quite" big" in some areas; it takes a mom's or parent 's creativity and ingenuity to come up with a complete one. :) Thank you for sharing.

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  7. I love to see kids in different costumes and these UN costumes are really educational and fun.

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  8. Back in gradeschool, UN day is my most awaited school event. I love seeing my schoolmates in different costumes.

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  9. I like your son's Argentina Costume. I choose to DIY when my son need a costume and I can't find one.

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