The neighbors will be blown away by these fool-the-eye outfits. No fans were used here. Instead, wire and tape give everything from braids to shoelaces a blustery look.
BOY: Knot the tie around your child's neck, then loosen it and pull it off over his head.
34-inch length of wire into a U. Slide it inside the front portion of the tie, bending the curved center into the knot and trimming the ends. Slip the tie back over your child's head, tighten it gently, then use safety pins on the tie and jacket to make them look like they're blowing to one side [A].
Have your child put on the shoes and tie them. Thread a length of wire through the tail of each lace. Trim each wire to fit and anchor it in an eyelet [B].
Use strong hair gel to slick your child's hair to one side. Affix the leaves with double-sided tape and carefully turn the umbrella inside out.
GIRL: For the scarf and sweater, tie a slipknot in the scarf, then follow the instructions in step 2 above.
Use duct tape to affix a length of wire along the inside of half of the skirt. Bend the wire to make the skirt fly up to one side [C].