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A tomato costume is mostly made of red felt material. People like to add a bit of green felt material around the neckline of the tomato costume to make it look like tomato leaves. People also like to add a beanie hat to the tomato costume for a complete look.

Types of tomato costumes

A bacon-lettuce tomato costume usually resembles a sandwich. It mainly looks like a piece of toast with bacon, lettuce, and a tomato slice on it. Tomato sauce bottle costumes are also quite common. It is great for a sports day event where people like to eat hotdogs and fries with ketchup on them. It will work well if the wearer of the costume is supporting the red team. It is made up of a tunic with a pointy hat. The tunic usually has heat-pressed art mimicking a ketchup brand of choice. Couples could consider wearing tomato sauce and mustard costumes. One person could wear the tomato sauce costume while the other could wear a mustard costume. The Mr. Tomato Head costume comes with a tomato head mask, green pants that are red at the bottom, and a red shirt with white stripes going down the shirt.

For an even fancier look, the buyer can add gloves to the Mr. Tomato Head costume. This costume is also called the Fortnite Tomato Skin costume. The Tomato Skin Fortnite costume is famous among teens and youth around the world. A giant tomato costume can be worn by adults of all ages and body shapes. A tomato soup can costume is also worn by adults. But a Bob-the-tomato costume is a well-known tomato costume for kids. This is because kids love watching these cartoon characters on their screens. Kids’ tomato costumes are cute and many love to use them all over the globe.

How to spice up a tomato costume

To make a tomato costume look unique and more appealing, some people like to make orange tomato costumes instead. It helps bring a new twist to the red tomato costumes that are commonly used.

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