Designing our Fall Animals collection is always so much fun, because we know these bonnets will be incorporated into countless Halloween costumes, from sweet and simple to jaw-droppingly elaborate. Plus, they're just plain adorable in everyday wear or imaginative play - take your baby out in a Lion bonnet, for example, and you're guaranteed to receive plenty of oohs, ahhs, and smiles at any time of year.
We've put together some fun (and easy!) Halloween costumes ideas for your Briar babes, and turned to the stylish ladies in our Facebook group The Briar Society for everyday animal bonnet wear inspo. Check them out below, and if you don't have an animal bonnet yet our final Fall Animals restock is Monday, October 8th!
A cozy, furry sweater is functional and adorable for a chilly Halloween night as Smokey Bear. Throw an old straw hat over our Bear's ears and voila - only your babe can prevent forest fires.
Sweater: Target. Jeans: Gymboree.
Pair a white top/leggings with a red scarf and aviator goggles, and you've got yourself the infamous and imaginative Flying Ace.
Top: Jamie Kay. Scarf, leggings, goggles: Amazon
Bring the classic children's book to life with a plaid jacket and a handful of posies.
Jacket: Target. Pants: H&M.
A classic red sweater (or hoodie!) is really all you need to transport your little tiger to the neighborhood of make believe.
Sweater: Amazon. Pants: Ira Loves Mae. Shoes: Converse.
Rachel's favorite, bring your ballerina dreams to life with this seriously sweet ensemble.
Bonnets should ideally fit close to your baby’s head, with minimal gapping around the face.
Please measure the circumference of your child's head for the best fit.
Bonnets tend to run true-to-age size.
Age Head Circumference
0-3 months 14-15.5"
2-4 years 20-21.25"