To see the sizing for a particular costume, on the product page of that costume, simply select the 'Size Chart' tab and the information will be displayed. Where possible we will also provide information about that costumes material and cleaning instructions.
HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS
Unless the costume is meant to be skin tight, you should choose a size that allows room to move. To ensure maximum comfort, you should give yourself 3-4 inches for movement. Please note that your normal jacket or pants size is not equal to your body measurements.
For example, if your chest measures 32” and the size you’re looking to purchase has a chest measurement of 34” it may be a bit snug. When in doubt between two sizes, choose the larger of the two.
- 1. Chest – This is not jacket size. Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- 2. Waist – Measure around your natural waist, which is generally the same level as your bellybutton. Note: We measure elastic waist pants un-stretched and then stretched to the largest comfortable fit. This is not your pant size, actual measurements are different than pant sizing.
- 3. Pant Length (out-seam) – Wearing pants that fit you well, measure the outside of the leg from the waist to the bottom of the pants.
- 4. Jumpsuit Length – Measure from where your shoulder meets you neck to your ankle.
- 5. Torso – Measure from where your shoulder meets your neck to the seam between your legs.
- 6. Head – Measure around the largest part of your head, slightly above your ears and above your brow.
Note: Kids are measured the same.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FOOT FOR SHOES
- Step on a ruler to determine length.
- Add 1/4” to 1/2” for comfort.
- Also take the width of your foot into consideration when choosing a size.
*Note that shoe measurements are of actual shoe, so choose your size accordingly.
WOMENS SIZING GUIDE
MENS SIZING GUIDE
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