An irresistible unisex costume (read: great hand-me-down), Pip and Bean’s dinosaur cape is made to order in your choice of color.
Available at etsy.com, $40.
Ding-dong. Anyone home? Just a happy family building a spooky ginger-spice house.
Available at williams-sonoma.com, $20.
Polly wants an adorable Halloween getup. Hand your tiny squawker a turquoise parrot disguise, made to order for ages 6-24 months.
Available at etsy.com, $55.
Give ’em something good to eat — or else. The soft pouch can be personalized, so everyone knows who’s got dibs on the sweets it holds.
Available at potterybarnkids.com, $19.50.
Candy-getting powers, activate! She’ll speed from house to house wearing whimsical felted cuffs.
Available at etsy.com, $10.
We fell for Héctor Serrano’s animal and monster hand sticker tattoos and can’t wait to decorate our appendages with his Scary Hands tattoos.
Available at perpetualkid.com, $7.
The only frightening thing about a mop-top hat is how extremely cute it is.
Available at zooniwear.com, $36.50.
In those tender years before they demand a Dora or Superman costume, tie on a vinyl rib cage bib and call it a spooky (and mess-free) day.
Available at psychobabyonline.com, $15.
The easiest costume idea in the book? Grandma. Just add handmade glasses.
Available at sevensmooches.com, $35.
They’ll shriek with laughter as hero Mortimer trolls the afterlife for a mate in Zombie in Love, by Kelly DiPucchio, with pictures by Scott Campbell.
Available at amazon.com, $10.
When the lights go out, they’ll have a scream putting on a show with shadow puppets.
Available at etsy.com, $12-$35.
Attach a glow-in-the dark tag to your little goblin’s costume, wagon, or stroller — and rest easy knowing you put safety first.
Available at glimling.com, $5.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s your trick-or-treater whizzing around in a Power Cape. Customize with colors, emblems, and initials.
Available at powercapes.com, $25-$31.
When there’s a monster under the bed, a friendly alpaca-wool ghost is there for comforting snuggles. Bonus: Kids can wear the removable mask.
Available at oeufnyc.com, $68.
Less gooey and more precise than face paint, Pure Play Kids face painting pencils draw out the Halloween fun.
Available at pureplaykids.com, $18 for six.
Healthy treats don’t cut it with the neighborhood ghouls (“Um, thanks for the carrot sticks”). Little do they know the organic jelly beans are naturally yummy.
Available at naturalcandystore.com, $7.50 for ten; $34 for 50.
French artist Lucille Michieli crafts the timeless disguises from bits of fabric and ribbon; contrasting prints on the reverse side give your pumpkin two looks in one.
Available at minikin.com, $48-$54.