4 Ideas For World Book Day Costumes

4 Ideas For World Book Day Costumes

Posted in The World of Smiffys Fancy Dress by Smiffys Liverpool on January 30th 2018
If you’re interested in dressing up for World Book Day 2018, there are lots of fantastic works of literature to choose from for your costume inspiration. However, with such a wide range of costumes, it can be difficult to decide which costume to choose. So to give you a helping hand, here is a list of 4 ideas for World Book Day costumes.

4 Ideas For World Book Day Costumes


  • 1. Pick A Character From Your Favourite Book
    Indeed there are lots of different books that you could look to for costume inspiration. However, a good starting point could be to look for costumes of characters from your favourite book or author.

    For example, if you are a fan of J. R. R. Tolkien and his high-fantasy works such as The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, you might be interested in dressing up as one of the many characters from the works of J. R. R. Tolkien. If you’re searching for a costume for your child, perhaps this Boys Thorin Oakenshield Set will be of interest to you?

    However, if you’re a fan of the horrible histories series, you can browse through a variety of different horrible histories costumes on our online store. With lots of costumes to choose from including Guy Fawkes, Blackbeard, and the famous Boudica, you’ll be spoiled for choice!

  • 2. Choose A Popular Character
    If you’re looking for a fancy dress costume to wear for World Book Day, you might consider wearing a costume of a popular character.

    For example, you could opt for a costume from a Roald Dahl story. You could dress up as Matilda, Fantastic Mr Fox, Miss Trunchbull, or maybe even the BFG. There are lots of wonderful Roald Dahl fancy dress costumes to choose from at Smiffys-Liverpool. We even have a section of our online store dedicated to Roald Dahl costumes! So if you want to dress up as Mr Twit from Roald Dahl’s The Twits, perhaps you could find a fantastic beard to wear in our Roald Dahl section such as a Long Beard Grey or a Long Beard Black.

  • 3. Look At Books With Film Adaptations
    If you’re searching for a costume that can be easily recognised by others, perhaps you could choose to wear a costume from a book which has been adapted into a film.

    For example, you could decide to wear costumes from the Harry Potter series of books. Both the books and the films are popular with both adults and children, so lots of people will recognise Harry Potter themed fancy dress. Additionally, just like Roald Dahl books, we also have a section in our fancy dress website dedicated to Harry Potter costumes, with lots of fantastic fancy dress choices for men, women, and children.

    With a fantastic selection of costumes for children such as the Childs Gryffindor Robe, and lots of other wonderful costumes including an Official Harry Potter Scarf, an Official Hermione Granger Wand, and an Official Harry Potter Wand, you’ll find lots of fabulous Harry Potter costumes on our online store. However, if you would prefer to browse through our selection of Harry Potter costumes in person, visit our friendly team in store at our fancy dress shop in Liverpool!

    Additionally, if you would like more information regarding Harry Potter fancy dress costumes, you could read our blog titled, “Harry Potter Costumes For World Book Day

  • 4. Discuss Costumes With Friends And Create A Group Costume!
    If you’re unsure what costume to wear for World Book Day, discuss fancy dress costumes with others who are also dressing up for the event.

    Children who are celebrating World Book Day at school could organise a group costume with their friends. Perhaps they could dress up in Horrible Histories costumes. For example, they could all dress up in costumes about the First World War, perhaps wearing a costume such as the Boys Horrible Histories WWI Soldier Costume.

    However; adults can also join in the group costume fun. Many teachers decide to dress up in fancy dress costumes for the World Book Day celebrations. So perhaps a department could decide on a theme or a book to dress up from. Perhaps a group of teachers could dress up as teachers from the Harry Potter books, or perhaps they could dress up as fairytale characters.

Searching For A World Book Day Fancy Dress Costume? Visit The Smiffy's Fancy Dress Shop In Liverpool Today!

If you would like to dress up in a fancy dress costume for World Book Day, visit the Smiffy's-Liverpool online store and browse through our range of World Book Day costumes. You could also take a virtual tour of our store on our website!

There are numerous different fancy dress costumes that you could choose from on our website. We have fantastic World Book Day fancy dress costumes to browse including costumes for men, women, children and teenagers. So, if you’re searching for fancy dress in Merseyside, visit Smiffy's Fancy Dress Shop in Liverpool, or browse through our collection on our website.


Any Questions? Get In Touch With Our Friendly Team Today!

If you would additional information regarding the fancy dress costumes that are available on our website, or if you would like some advice regarding choosing a World Book Day costume, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and dedicated staff. The Smiffys Fancy Dress Shop team will be happy to assist you with your enquiry.

If you would like to contact the Smiffys-Liverpool team, you can do so you can do so by telephone, using the internet, or by visiting us in person in our Liverpool store.


Contact The Smiffy's-Liverpool Team


If you would like to contact our team, you can do so using the methods below.

  • You can contact us by telephone by calling, 0151 709 9449.
  • You could send your questions to us by email, please send your email to sales@smiffysfancydressshop.co.uk
  • You could fill out our enquiry form and we will reply as soon as possible.
  • You could visit us in store, our address is, 56 Bold Street, L1 4EA, our opening times are 9.30 - 5.30 Monday to Saturday and 11.00 - 4.30 on Sundays.
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