Trivia: Did you know… that Pixar had to get permission to use the Canadian flag for Duke Caboom?
Go To Infinity and Beyond this Halloween in awesome Toy Story Costumes ! Toy Story is a wonderful tale about toys coming to life that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. Whether you’re looking for a child toy story costume or an adult toy story costume, you’ll find what you need here! In the Toy Story movies, young Andy’s toys come to life and have incredible adventures, all while pretending to be lifeless when humans are nearby. You can make these characters come to life for real with a Toy Story costume! Dress up with a Buzz Lightyear costume, a Woody costume, Mr. Potato Head costume or Jessie costume.
Everyone loves the friendly and boisterous toy Space Ranger Hero Buzz Lightyear; now, you can incarnate him with a a Buzz Lightyear Costume. The same goes for his friend Woody, a pull-string cowboy doll and the leader of Andy’s toys: take a look at our Woody costumes! Our Toy Story Costumes are available for children, toddlers, Men and Women. The whole family can tell the whole Toy Story this Halloween! Of course, Toy Story is, above all, a tale about friendship, and it only makes sense that you and your friends should do a group costume together. Try a Buzz Lightyear and Woody Costume for best friends, or bring the whole gang together and dress up as a variety of toys for an amazing group Toy Story costume! For a more DIY Toy Story costume, you can take a look at accessories, such as the Woody Accessory Kit or Buzz Lightyear jetpack. Need inspiration? That’s what I’m here for! Here are our favourite Toy Story costumes and cosplays.
Woody is the hero and one of the most iconic characters of the many Toy Story movies. Who knows what amazing adventures you’ll have dressed as this savvy sheriff? A typical Woody costume includes a hat, a yellow plaid shirt, a cow print vest and a holster, a sheriff badge, a pair of boots, and a bandana. Partner up with a friend dressed as Buzz for even more fun!
Pikawil from Laval, Canada – Montreal Comiccon 2015: Woody on Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0
Buzz Lightyear Costume
To infinity and beyond! Buzz is a brave explorer and an amazing friend. Dress up with a super cool Buzz Lightyear costume and have wonderful Toy Story adventures. The officially licensed costume features a white, purple and green astronaut jumpsuit with a purple hood as well as detachable wings. The colourful controls on the front of the suit, while decorative, bring the extra touch that really bring the costume to life.
Source: The Conmunity – Pop Culture Geek from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
Trivia: Did you know… that Buzz is named after a famous astronaut?
Jessie Toy Story Costume
This cowgirl is ready for adventure with the rest of her Toy Story friends! With her cow print pants and loud yellow outfit, it’s hard to miss Jessie. She’s so fun to dress up as! And of course, Toy Story Costumes make perfect group costumes. Get the gang to dress up as Jessie, Woody, and the rest of Andy’s toys and you’re sure to make quite an impression!
Duke Caboom Costume
Proud Canadian? Become Toy Story’s Duke Caboom in a Duke Caboom Costume! This cool costume usually features the red and white jumpsuit, the matching cape, the maple leaf belt; you can add a faux mustache to really get in character, and the Duke also has a red and white two-piece helmet with a visor.
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Trivia: Did you know… that the writers took inspiration from real toys to create the fictional characters?
Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head Costume
What could be more fun than a Mr. Potato Head Costume? DIY your cosplay with accessories, or go the inflatable route for a true potato silhouette. Either way, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head are fan-favourite characters, so you’re sure to be a hit! They’re also great for couple’s costumes.
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