Milk & Cookie Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

Milk & Cookie Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to Make Milk Costume

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1 Black Long Sleeved T-Shirt This long-sleeved black T-shirt will be the unassuming base to your refreshing and healthy costume.
2 Dark Blue Jeans Pair this comfortable dark blue jeans with your top.
3 Black and White Sneakers Match your attire with these black and white sneakers.
4 Milk Apron Tunic Announce your creamy and nutritious identity by wearing this Milk apron tunic.
5 Glass Milk Bottle Carry this glass milk bottle filled with milk as your prop.
# Item Description
1 Black Long Sleeve Crew Neck T-Shirt Pick this long-sleeved black crew neck T-shirt as an undergarment to your sweet and tasteful costume.
2 Black Leggings Pair your shirt with this pair of high-waist black leggings.
3 Black and White Canvas Shoes Blend your attire with these casual black and white canvas shoes.
4 Wearable Cookie Design Felt Costume Reveal your chunky and delicious character by donning this wearable cookie-design felt costume.
5 Chocolate Cookies Bring along this pack of premium chocolate cookies as your props.

Milk and Cookie is an age-old classic combination in many countries and is an enduring Christmas tradition for Santa Claus lovers in Canada and the United States of America. The pairing of a cold glass of milk with freshly-baked hot cookies has time and again proven to be very satisfying as the cold milk perfectly complements the warm cookie and calms down its intense sweetness. So suitably, good jolly Santa should be very happy whenever he is offered this delightful treat.

Milk and Cookie is a perfect combo. They wear a long-sleeved black T-shirt, dark blue jeans, black and white sneakers, and a milk apron tunic for Milk; and a long-sleeved black crew neck shirt, black leggings, black and white canvas shoes, and a wearable cookie-design felt costume for Cookie.

The act of dunking cookies in milk can be traced back to the Romans, who dunk their hard unleavened wafers in wine to soften them.
One conjecture is that the tradition of leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus started during the Great Depression, where parents teach kids to show gratitude for gifts even during hard times.

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