The set includes a top, pants, headband, and feather. The website says attached feather, but it isn't and I really can't figure out how to get it to stay. I stick it in the headband and it seems to fall out. I also can't quite figure out how to work the headband - it has two strings and a hole. I end up tying it, but then it has this huge bow thing in the back. We wear the headband without the feather since it won't stay - he has it in for the picture below. I may glue it for Halloween.
The Indian Costume comes in a few sizes, but there is a size chart if needed. We got the small which is a size 6-8. Evan is just starting to need 8s for length, and this costume still had plenty of room for him. We were able to put clothes under it when it was chilly the other night, but Halloween night will be in the 80s. It is light enough on its own where he won't be too hot walking around.
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