Purim, the Jewish holiday in which we celebrate kickass women, dress up, and drink until we plotz, is coming soon! This year, Purim begins on the evening of March 9, so, that’s right: It’s time to get ready.
Fortunately (or not, depending upon your perspective) Purim is not really a holiday that involves special pajamas or sweaters. After all, Purim is all about costumes! But not all of us are the dressing up type — and that’s totally fine — so a little Purim pin or special bracelet is enough to mark the holiday.
On the other end of the spectrum, some of us love Purim so much that we want — no need — amazing accessories to celebrate the holiday, from special earrings to Purim leggings you can wear during all the entire Jewish month of Adar (after all, if you love Purim, you might really be willing to commit.)
We’ve collected a host of items that will help you and your little ones feel more celebratory during this holiday season. While there are plenty of clothes and accessories on the list, what you won’t find here are costumes — for that, we’ve got some great ideas for you already, from how to dress up like awesome Jewish TV characters or a roundup of inexpensive Purim costumes.
If you’re looking to add a festive touch to your celebration of Purim this year, read on for our top picks. Chag sameach!
These cute gold plated earrings are cute and not too conspicuous. They’re a special touch for those of you who love the iconic Purim treat.
How adorable and realistic are these handmade hamantashen earrings?! Plus, if you’re on team poppyseed-filling, these are the earrings for you.
This bracelet has everything: a grogger charm, a wine cup charm, a hamantashen charm, and your birthstone. It can also come in handy during the reading of the megillah as a stylish alternative to a grogger. Just fashionably shake your wrist whenever your hear Haman’s name!
We find this super cute pin pretty self-explanatory.
This one is pretty self-explanatory, too.
Wear this Purim shirt with yoga pants for a look that says, “I love dad jokes and give zero fucks.”
Show the world you’re #TeamVashti with this political Jewish statement piece.
This shirt makes a great conversation starter at Hebrew school drop-off and pickup!
Another one for the dad joke crowd!
We love a shirt with a good feminist message on any Jewish holiday!
The hamantashen pattern on these leggings is *chef’s kiss*. There’s even a kids’ version of them.
Clowns, megillahs, groggers, hamantashen — these Purim leggings have it all.
If you’re looking for a slightly more versatile Purim legging, these ones have masks and hamantashen and come as shorts, capris, or full-length.
This Purim tote has a cute hamantashen pattern. Perfect to carry your kid’s mishloach manot or to use as a festive accessory.
Hamantashen cufflinks are a thing, and we just thought you should know. You’re welcome.
Let’s face it — doing Purim as a mom can be exhausting. Caffeineate yourself with a mug that acknowledges that you’re a friggin’ queen!
If you love Harry Potter and Purim — or, even better, love dressing up as Harry Potter for Purim — this mug is for you!
For the baby/toddler in your life:
This is the perfect bib to keep your baby’s first Purim costume clean!
The perfect little onesie for the cutest little cookie in town.
A shirt with a decent Jewish cat pun — we’ll take it!
These peg dolls are so cute and are a great way to retell the Purim story to your kids.
We love a great DIY holiday activity. Make and paint this grogger with your kids and then use it during the reading of the megillah!
Not a fan of hamantashen? No worries! These mask cookies are just the thing.
Another festive option for those who’ve had their fill of the three-cornered treats