So I made this a few years ago for my son. He went to a Prince/Princess party and the boys were supposed to dress up as a Prince/Knight, etc.. So he picked Aladdin. Where in the heck was I supposed to get an Aladdin costume in February? I picked out a picture in a coloring book, went to Wal-Mart and came up with this...
Girl's white sweat shirt - a few sizes too big
White polyesther fabric
Small remnant of yellow fabric
Gold ribbon left over clearance from Christmas
a rag rug
Kids jewel ring (already had)
Its hard to photograph an active 4 yr old...
So easy to make one yourself if you feel so inclined...
Measure around waist, ankles, writsts and head... Cut out the yellow fabric to go under the ribbon, leaving enough room for velcro closure.. Stitch it down, add velcro - make sure they fasten around..
Make the suspender looking strappy things.. stitch those down to the sweatshirt.
I made the pants, wanting them baggy around the ankles, I used my own yoga pants with flare legs as a pattern and it worked great. Just folded them in half, cut out the pieces and stitched them up, add elastic waist. To assemble, you just put on the pants and top, strap the velcro thingies down. To make the turban, just took a long left over remnant of white poly finished off those ribbon straps with a feather and broke the ring off the jeweled ring. Viola! Prince Aladdin. We did add a little monkey - Abu. So cute. Too bad I didn't tie the turban on correctly for the photo.
I love making costumes.. hope you like it