Where to buy United Nations Costumes for kids?
October is the celebration of the United Nations Day.
This day is devoted to making known to peoples of the world the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organization. United Nations Day is part of the United Nations Week, which runs from 20 to 26 October.
My son’s school haven’t announced yet if they are going to celebrate United Nations Day, but this October 5, in Celebration of their schools Anniversary, they were asked to wear a costume. Ren was assigned to wear a Traditional/National Costume of the country of Saudi Arabia.
When he was in Nursery, I decided to let him wear a Fiji Costume since it looks the same with those Hawaiian costumes and it’s easier to find and less expensive. I think I bought his flower print polo for only P50 at the nearest Thrift shop at Manila then.
Unfortunately, this time they were assigned what to wear so this would be another challenging task for me hehehe. Of course, I asked Mr. Google for the Traditional Costume of men at Saudi Arabia and this is what I have found:
(photo via: http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photos-arabic-boy-image15228153)
I will check out Baclaran, Quiapo or Divisoria if this costume is affordable, if not then I will look at Thrift shops nearby if I can find one that looks almost the same.
I hope that my son will wear it if ever I find one.
Do you know where to find some United Nations Costumes for kids?
Some of the parents at my son’s school said that there are lots of United Nations Costume at Baclaran (at the back of the Church), so better visit the place if you are looking for one.
Here was my son’s DIY Saudi Arabia Costume, by the way.