These Costumes are in A League of Their Own [Costume Guide]

by |August 21, 2020

These Costumes are in A League of Their Own

“Batter up! Hear that call! The time has come for one and all to play ball!” That's how the victory song of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) begins. You know, the real-life baseball league that inspired the 1992 film, A League of Their Own. And if the movie inspired you, then you might want to consider one of our exclusive licensed costumes! A League of Their Own costumes are perfect for Halloween, fan/movie conventions, or even a game with your friends. Think of who you might inspire! After all, a team rocking the Rockford Peaches costume is sure to win!

 

Dottie Costumes

A League of Their Own Dottie costumes

A League of Their Own Dottie CostumeChild Dottie CostumeToddler Dottie CostumeA League of Their Own Dottie Wig

Let’s start with the exclusive A League of Their Own Dottie costume, also known as the Rockford Peaches Halloween costume. The Peaches uniform features a pink skirt dress with red belt, socks, and cap, exactly like what Dottie wore in the movie. Everyone can be a Dottie, because you can find a Rockford Peaches costume for toddlers and children all the way to plus size. There are even two deluxe Dottie Hinson costumes, because “anything worth doing is worth doing right.”

 

Kit Costumes

A League of Their Own Kit costumes

A League of Their Own Kit CostumeChild Kit CostumeToddler Kit CostumeA League of Their Own Kit Wig

Maybe Dottie’s not your style. Say you’re the younger sibling and you’ve got something to prove, or you just march to the beat of your own drum. In that case, we recommend an exclusive A League of Their Own Kit costume. The Racine Belles costume comes in toddler, child, standard adult, and plus size, and there’s even a Kit Keller wig if you need it. It’s all you need to be a real Belle, at least for Halloween. Some actual baseball-playing skill may be helpful in real life!

 

Coach Jimmy Costumes and Accessories

A League of Their Own Coach Jimmy costumes

A League of Their Own Coach Jimmy CostumeChild Coach Jimmy CostumeToddler Coach Jimmy CostumeA League of Their Own Baseball CapWood Look Plastic Baseball Bat

When you'd rather be the boss, consider a Coach Jimmy costume instead! His uniform is white with red edges and embroidered patches. Like with the other costumes, the exclusive A League of Their Own Coach Jimmy costume comes in toddler through plus size. Don’t forget accessories like a baseball bat and Rockford Peaches baseball cap. After all, the coach is expected to look after the team’s equipment, so walking into the Halloween party with a bag of gear is totally in character. Just be sure to leave some room for candy!

 

Baseball Costumes

Baseball Costumes

Adults' Vintage Baseball CostumeMen's Vintage Umpire CostumeKids' Vintage Baseball CostumeModern Umpire Costume

If you're looking to outfit a baseball costumes group, you might want to check out our general baseball costumes, too. We've got costumes that will match your A League of Their Own group costume theme, like vintage baseball costumes for men (including plus size) and kids. We also have vintage umpire costumes or a modern umpire costume, too. Hey, these are your costumes, you do what you want!

 

Did you find the costume you were looking for? If you’re not sure, take a look at all of our A League of Their Own Halloween costumes and other baseball costumes. If you’re a fan of the movie, you may also like our mashup with the Justice League, A Justice League of Their Own. Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Wyatt Edwards
Wyatt Edwards

Wyatt Edwards is the Internet Wizard at HalloweenCostumes.com, where he is lead editor and writes about superheroes and pop culture. He has been interviewed about costume trends by numerous entertainment and news outlets.

His past costumes include a rocket surgeon, Wikipedia, Optimus Prime, and a picnic. Yes, a picnic. Wyatt also plays Dungeons & Dragons but doesn't put on fancy costumes for that. You can find him on Twitter @whatandwyatt.


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