Lucky the Leprechaun is in almost every grocery store and is demanded by children and adults alike who have an obsession with sugary breakfast cereal. Lucky is the Irish leprechaun who loves his cereal and all of the good luck charms you can find in your cereal bowl at breakfast time. Lucky is that of a classic Irish leprechaun and is easy to create.
Lucky’s look is made up of a Short Orange Wig, a St. Patrick’s Day Top Hat, Cashmere Scarf, Performance T-Shirt, Solid Men’s Cotton Socks, One-Button Blazer, Slim Green Pants, and Suede Leather Casual Shoes. Lucky is ready to hunt down all the Irish lucky charms that he can add into his cereal!
Dressing up as fictional, mystical creature is always at the top of cosplay costumes, and now you can add Lucky the Leprechaun to your dress up list! We’ve found all of the essential pieces to help you recreate Lucky’s outfit without spending an entire pot of gold. Lucky the Leprechaun looks exactly like you would imagine a classic Irish leprechaun to look like with a classic green jacket, hat, pants, and red hair.
You can easily find a green outfit to wear for cosplay, but a red wig and green hat will really bring the costume together to even more like a leprechaun. Lucky wears a green scarf that you can find almost anywhere, and if you can add in a lucky charm from the cereal like a heart, star, or clover—you will really bring the costume up to the next level! Take a look at the pictures of people who have dressed up like Lucky for some helpful ideas. Send along a picture of your costume once it’s put together and if you’re lucky we’ll feature it!
Lucky the Leprechaun is the mascot of the world favorite Lucky Charms cereal. The cereal is made up of sugar coated oats and marshmallows. Lucky Charms was the first cereal to have marshmallows included into their recipe, and quickly became a favorite in homes across the world. Lucky the Leprechaun is also known as Sir Charms, and his unmistakable look can be found on cereal boxes everywhere.
Lucky Charms were created in 1962 by John Holahan and the General Mills company. The cereal was made to compete with other tops cereals like Cheerioes using creative means. It ended up becoming one of the top selling cereals by the company. Lucky the Leprechaun was created as a mascot in 1963, a year after the cereal had been created. His face is now recognized by millions of families across the world who have grown to love the cereal. The lucky charms that can be found while enjoying your favorite bowl of marshmallow cereal are Hearts, Shooting Stars, Horseshoes, Clovers, Blue Moons, Rainbows, Balloons, and Hourglasses.