Fairy woman with deer horns in autumn forest. Fairies appear in much of European, particularly natural wood cabinets with white countertops Celtic, folklore. Over centuries they have taken many forms, and been described in many ways.

These types of costumes are modeled after a fairy known as a pixie. Really, when you stop to think about it, the Tooth Fairy is kind of strange. She’s a magical being who collects children’s discarded baby teeth. It’s a classy and cute look for any woman trying to emulate the well-known fairy.

This DIY wood fairy costume utilizes wood color fabrics, ribbons, and accessories to make a gorgeous design. All materials are easily available, especially at a hardware store. This Wood Fairy Costume is a great version of the woodland sprite. It’s a perfect costume to wear when you want to be surrounded by nature and magic! This video tutorial is easy enough that even a beginner can make it. You are not alone in your love of fairy princesses!

Your baby definitely doesn’t want to be left out of all the fairy fun this year! We have plenty of fairy costumes that your infant can wear, but none are quite as colorful as this infant fairy costume. She’ll look like a little princess fairy straight from the pumpkin patch! Fairy dresses with cute little tutu skirts and a bright orange and green color scheme have never looked so adorable. No one said adult life would be ALL fun and games, but that doesn’t mean you ever have to grow out of using your imagination.

They are the perfect accessory for your next fairy birthday party, dance recital, or Halloween. Nothing is better than adding a little magic to your life. In this DIY tutorial, you will learn how to make an adorable fairy skirt that uses battery pack fairy lights to add some extra sparkle.

This article was co-authored by Alina Bokovikova. Alina Bokovikova is a Costume Designer from California. With over 15 years of experience, she specializes in designing costumes for stage productions.

Put on a cute sundress, a pair of heels/sandals, grab a pair of wings and throw some glitter on your face! Once you’ve gathered all of your fairy costume pieces, you can work on making the skirt look more fairy-like. Do this by shredding the skirt with scissors—you can go all the way up to the top or make it a little more conservative by only slicing halfway up the skirt. If you want to add a pair of tights to keep your legs covered and warmer, you can do that too. To complete the look, try on the entire outfit and do a dry run with your hair and make-up.

You can even add patches to the knees of your pants or to the bodice of your dress for a more mischievous and playful fairy look. Don’t forget to add gloves and an elaborate set of wings. A brown and green mismatched stockings pull this capricious fairy look together. A pixie is a small, mischievous flower fairy with transparent glittery wings.