We usually recommend that kids wait until they’re a little older to commit to a life of piracy. It’s just that what we think of as perfectly respectable maritime occupation gets called a lot of ugly names, especially by certain individuals in the Royal Navy. High treason against the crown, they say. Very bad manners, some of them call it. But we made this great costume for your pint-sized privateer anyway, because we know that the name-callers are probably just jealous!The gold trim and buttons of the burgundy jacket will make all those spiteful labels roll off the young captain’s back like sea spray on a freshly-swabbed deck. The deluxe faux-leather boot tops will have him pacing the bow like an old salt. The white lace neckpiece will give him an air of refinement and authority. All you need is a hat (and a hook, if you like) to make this the best-looking kid’s pirate costumes for a thousand leagues in any direction!Just be sure to politely remind the captain that even though a corsair might be considered a scalawag in certain circles, a true pirate is not without a sense of honor. The foul mouth and rough habits of a sailor are not a requirement for the job. It’s a good idea to map out some of these boundaries early on, because we wouldn’t want you to get double-crossed and marooned on a desert island the first time you turn your back!