Alice In Wonderland Costumes For Kids: Fantastic Options!

Alice In Wonderland Mad Hatter Hat

It’s a whimsical adventure, taking a trip down the Rabbit Hole! Alice doesn’t know what she’ll find, where she is, who she’ll meet, or just what’s going to happen!

Welcome to this page about Alice In Wonderland Costumes for kids!

Alice In Wonderland, based on Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic fantasy story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a beloved story, adapted into animated film by Disney in 1951, and then readapted/sequelled in 2010 by Tim Burton – the well known Johnny Depp version.

It’s a story filled with zany characters and a wacky but fun storylineAlice In Wonderland, and it’s PERFECT for kids who love crazy adventures, nonsensical and puzzling confrontations.

It’s also perfect for kids who love dressing up. And adult too, especially those who are really into cosplay, but as this site is all about KIDS dress up, this page is all about Alice In Wonderland KIDS costumes and accessories!

There are so many to choose from, and so many that will trigger hours of imaginative play!

I’ve done some digging around to save you some time and come up with over 50 fabulous Alice In Wonderland costume and accessory options all focused around the characters and Wonderland theme. Have fun browsing! Now, hop to it!



What is Alice In Wonderland?


Alice In WonderlandIn 1865, an English mathematician named Charles Lutwidge Dodgson wrote a story called “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland” under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. The story has been commonly shortened to simply, “Alice In Wonderland”.

It’s a story of a girl named Alice who falls through a rabbit hole into a strange fantasy world. On her adventures there, she meets such odd and interesting creatures and characters as the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, the March Hare, Tweedle Dee and Alice In WonderlandTweedle Dum, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts… characters that have become famous in and of themselves.

Alice grows and shrinks, is in grave danger multiple times, gets lost, gets confused, makes new friends, shows herself to be brave, resourceful and loyal, and generally, has an incredibly grand adventure.

The story is one that plays around with the ideas of nonsense and logic, and as such, as become a story that adults love just as much as children do.

Alice In Wonderland 2010

Alice In WonderlandIn 2010, Tim Burton released another movie version of Alice In Wonderland in which now 19 year old Alice returns to the “Underland” of her youth, where she gets involved in the plot to overthrow the Red Queen, and replace her with the rightful queen. Alice is reunited with her old friends and meets some new ones too!

Tim Burton’s movie provided dress up lovers with many new costume possibilities. Johnny Depp as “The Mad Hatter” is one of the most popular ones, but the villainous Queen of Hearts is equally fun and the outfit possibilities for both are interesting and endless!

Are you intrigued by the crazy and silly happenings in “Alice In Wonderland”? Does your child enjoy the story? What do you think? Is it and should it be a hit?

Chime in below and let me know what is your child’s favorite Alice character costume!



8 thoughts on “Alice In Wonderland Costumes For Kids: Fantastic Options!

  1. Yvonne October 26, 2016 at 2:47 am

    Kids are so lucky nowadays! When I was small, my aunt made me a dress made entirely of paper for a competition. I wore it over my own dress as it was quite flimsy. Lol!

    I love the Alice in Wonderland costume. It looks ilke it can be worn not just to a costume party. Is there any boy costume from the same movie?

    • Marlaine October 26, 2016 at 4:32 pm

      Hi Yvonne,

      You’re so right… themed dress up clothes these days are pretty incredible!

      Take a look through all of the options – there are quite a few boy costumes in there past the first page… maybe no “Alice”, but a bunch of Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, March Hare, Caterpillar, and others! 🙂

      Have a good day!


  2. Craig October 26, 2016 at 1:00 am

    Hi Marlaine,

    These are brilliant. I have a two-year old son who would love these costumes but he hasn’t really seen Alice in Wonderland yet, maybe he’s still a bit young. Does Amazon deliver to outside of U.S.?

    • Marlaine October 26, 2016 at 12:57 pm

      Hi Craig,
      My 3 and 1.5 year old children haven’t seen Alice In Wonderland yet either… 🙂 But I agree with you that they’d probably still love these. There’s a fantasy aspect to this story that really appeals to kids (and adults). Silly, whimsical, odd… it’s just plain fun.
      Most of the Alice in Wonderland Costumes and Accessories here are available outside the US – shipping costs won’t be free though, unfortunately. I’m Canadian myself and I get caught up in that problem too. But yes, generally they ARE available. 🙂

  3. Todd October 26, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    Hi Marlaine,
    Thanks for your post. The costumes are easy to click through and there are many options. This is a useful tool in helping decide what costume to get my nephew, Halloween time or not.
    We watched the old version of Alice in Wonderland together and he enjoyed it, especially the eclectic Mad Hatter. I’m sure would love to wear that hat of his!

    • Marlaine October 26, 2016 at 5:41 pm

      Hi Todd,

      I loved the old version too… the cartoon Disney one! 🙂 The Mad Hatter hats are definitely my favorite Alice In Wonderland Accessory too! It’s so much fun!

      Have a good day!

  4. Jen May 18, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    My favorite costume from Alice in wonderland would have to be the Alice costume. So cute for little girls. While not a fan of the most recent Alice movie, The original Disney version was great. Alice in Wonderland has a host of crazy characters so if you don’t like one part of the story, there’s probably another part you do like and watch just for that.

    • Marlaine May 18, 2017 at 6:29 pm

      You’re so right, Jen… there are GREAT characters that I enjoy in the story, but also a bunch that drive me nuts LOL. The original is by FAR my personal favorite too!

      Thanks for commenting!

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