Step 1: Put on a shirt
Step 2: Don't forget a change of clothes
Even pizzas need to switch things up from time to time...
FoodKingUSA 'Pizza Galore' Crew Shirt, $24 on Amazon.
Step 3: Put on some pants, already!
The waistband is nice and stretchy, so you can go stuff yourself with as much pizza as you please. Cannibal!
Pizza Leggings, $56 from the eatmeclothing Etsy Shop.
Step 5: Cover up those toes
Because pizzas definitely don't have toes.
Pizza Socks, $7.50 at Funsockcity.com.
Step 6: Put on your pizza feet
Step 7: Accessorize
Step 9: Bring a sweater
It's cold outside! You don't want to go stale, do you?
Pizza Sweatshirt, $59 from Belovedshirts.com.
Step 10: Bundle up
Or just go for a more 'debonair pizza' look (it's totally a thing).
Pizza Printed Scarf, $40 from the RaspberriesAndRum Etsy Shop.
Step 11: Pizza hands
Gots to stay toasty!!
Pepperoni Pizza Fingerless Gloves, $28 from Gitanaflipflops Etsy Shop.
Step 13: Consider a second wallet
Because both of them are just too good to pass up. And anyway, that other one is technically just a coin purse.
Pizza Slice Wallet, $5.13 on Amazon.
Step 14: Your phone is a part of you, too
Don't deny it, we all know it's true. So dress that baby up! Too bad there isn't one for iPads...
Pizza Case for iPhone 5, $35.95 from Zazzle.com.
Step 15: Also, your iPad
Haha, oh wait, yes there is!
Pizza Lover iPad Cover, $56 from Zazzle.com.
Step 17: Get a baby
I don't need the details, just acquire one. Then, put it in this costume. Like all forms of life, pizza's priority is the survival of its species.
Baby Pizza Costume, $29.99 on Amazon.
Step 18: Put this in the baby's mouth
Because by now, it's probably crying from being questionably acquired and shoved into an immobilizing triangular bag.
Pizza Pacifier, $7.89 at Zazzle.com.
Alternatively, Just Buy a Costume
But it won't be nearly as authentic, if you ask me.
Pizza Slice Costume, $30.15 on Amazon.