Doo doo doo doo doo doo! The “Baby Shark” craze still hasn’t died down with the song still a hit for kids. There is various merchandise available from toys to backpacks to events, but a costume company has taken it one step further. Now, there are official “Baby Shark” costumes just in time for the Halloween season. There are outfits available for the whole family, down to the dog.
Trick Or Treat
Rubie’s Costume Company, the official seller of the costumes, has developed some great outfits to go along with the popular Pinkfong song. The company made Baby Shark, Mommy Shark, and Daddy Shark costumes that are available in both kids’ sizes as well as adult sizes. There are even outfits available for pets! The outfits, which come in pink, yellow and blue, look exactly like the characters in the viral music video.
What’s even better is that the costumes all include audio clips of the viral children’s song. The sound chip, which comes with an on and off switch, has a two-hour battery life which will last throughout your trick-or-treating activities. So the entire family can get dressed up for a fun night, and sing and dance to the song together (which may or may not be a good thing).
The costumes are being sold on Amazon and costs range from $21.95 to $34.99. Other unofficial sellers include HalloweenCostumes.com and Spirit Halloween, among other retailers. So yes, this really is a big thing, and parents can look for their kids to want to dress up as the popular character! They might even pull their parents into dressing up with them.
Knowing The Details
It is important to know that, though the costumes are being sold on Amazon, they are very popular and can take a while to be delivered. If you’re ordering for Halloween, they will need to be ordered as soon as possible. Also, when it comes to sizing, the costumes aren’t sized like regular apparel. However, Rubie’s provides a sizing chart so that customers can order the proper costume. All of the costumes are 100% polyester and pull-on so you don’t have to worry about zipping or buttoning anything up. The costumes will fit loosely over clothing so that everyone stays warm all night. The outfits also all have side-fin shoulder covers and a tail, as well an opening for the face that is lined with shark teeth.
The Phenomenon Continues
Even though some may be tired of the song, the Baby Shark phase is really just beginning. costumes aren’t the only thing that SmartStudy, the entertainment company behind Pinkfong, have come up with to capitalize on the There are puppet and bath toys, coloring and sticker books, clothing, shoes, and bedding. Kellogg’s has created a cereal (complete with “berry-fin-tastic” flavored rings with non-shark-shaped marshmallows) that is currently being sold exclusively at Sam’s Club locations.
A “Baby Shark concert experience” is about to begin touring America. Shows begin Oct. 3 and run through May 19, with stops in South Carolina, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arizona, California, Utah, Colorado, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. SmartStudy has also struck a deal with Nickelodeon to create an animated kids TV series around the popular Baby Shark character. “At the heart of any popular piece of content is a terrific character, and we have a great opportunity to further explore the world of Baby Shark and follow this family through some great animated adventures on Nickelodeon,” Ramsey Naito, executive vice president at Nickelodeon Animation, said in a statement. With all of this happening on top of the Halloween costumes, it’s clear that the Baby Shark craze is far from over.
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