How to Add Boots to a Santa Costume

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Learn how to add boots to a Santa Claus costume for a Christmas party in this free holiday video clip on holiday costume ideas.

Part of the Video Series: How to Make a Santa Claus Costume
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Video Transcript

As we start to put on Santa Claus costume, you are going to start things from the bottom up. So you are going to start with your feet. For your feet, Santa Claus wears boots. Now there is a couple of other options that you can consider for boots. The first of which is getting bona fide boots. Again if you have a 100-200 bucks lining around, by all means by really super nice Santa Claus boots. But as a lot of your female friends would tell you boots are not cheap. Well guys are wearing a lot of them now days they are pricey. So even getting a Santa Claus nice pair of boots is going to be costly. A more economical option is to actually consider having these booty tops that a lot of Santa Claus costumes will offer you. Basically what it is, is you wear a normal pair of shoes I recommend heavy black shoes. These would not look good with a pale pink or light brown. So what we are going to do is actually put these on our feet first. Then basically slide them up over your ankle like you would a pair of socks. That or hosing if it fits your fancy. So they should slide right up over your ankle and then basically whenever you get one of over your ankle, then you put your shoe on. Again just put your shoe on like normal. There is nothing fancier, magical or special about it. What the booty would do is it would go up over your shoe line. Once you have your shoes on now look at that. You would essentially would have a black boot for maybe 1/4 of the cost you would spend; otherwise it looks great, it looks nice. These would actually probably wear over the years than a pair of boots will. Well it depends on how regularly you are wearing them. But you can definitely see another option for your Santa Claus boots.


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