Step 4: 4: Put it all together

For under the tunic, I had a gray turtleneck shirt and gray pants.  I also had a gray sweatshirt in case it got too cold (we weren't expecting particularly nice weather this year).  You can customize the thickness of your under layers as your local climate demands.  As far as shoes, my son loves red, so I went with red Converse tennies.  I didn't think he'd keep on any sort of foot covering which is why I didn't bother.

So, along with all the parts from steps 1 - 3, you'll need:
* gray pants
* gray long sleeve shirt (turtleneck, sweatshirt, t-shirt, whatever works for you)
* shoes to complete the outfit

Add one candy collecting container and you are ready to go trick or treating!

Hey, nice ible! Your helper's cute, I can see a lot of people liking this for the simplicity of it and the fact that different bits can be subbed in if your missing things. That and it's well written.<br><br>Your title pic's good but it looks funny when the instructables robot resizes it to a square for thumbnails. I cropped you one that might be better for that, let me know if you decide to use it!<br><br>J

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