It’s one of the most beloved holidays of the year.

Kids and adults alike spend countless hours dressing up for the holiday, which includes Halloween costumes, costumes for parties and other activities.

But while Halloween is usually considered a child-friendly event, it’s a celebration of individuality and individuality doesn’t always translate into a good attitude.

So what are some tips for kids to get dressed for Halloween?1.

Wear something unique.

While Halloween is a big day, it also comes with a lot of traditions, and it’s important to remember to take pride in what you’re wearing.

“The best thing you can do is to wear something that really stands out and that really hits home,” said Lauren Smith, the owner of Dapper Kids Clothing in Toronto.

“You want to show your individuality.”2.

Think outside the box.

Smith said there’s nothing better than dressing up as an adult in costume.

“It’s a chance for you to have some fun,” she said.

“It’s kind of like an excuse to show off your inner kid.”3.

Dress for the weather.

Dapper kids wear hats that reflect the weather, as well as t-shirts and shorts.

“In Toronto it’s so cold,” Smith said.

And there’s a lot going on during Halloween, which can create a lot more chaos than a party.

“I think kids are a little more adventurous than adults and that can get you into a little bit of trouble, especially if you’re dressed in something that’s not the typical costume,” she added.4.

Go with the flow.

Dressed in an outfit can be a great way to express yourself.

“For the kids it’s an opportunity to be really fun,” Smith explained.

“When they’re in their room, they’re really focused on just being there and having fun.

For the adults, it can be just like an escape.

You’re not thinking about what’s going on around you.”5.

Have a fun day.

Smith recommends going out on a Friday and having a great time.

“If you’re not having a fun time, it just shows how far you have to go to get it to the next level.”

For more information on the best Halloween costumes and accessories, visit the CBC Kids website.