I don't know what size to choose. How do I know which size to choose?
Our manufacturers provide us with a specific "size guide" for each costume, which can be found within the product description. We recommend you to follow these guidelines and if you are unable to decide, we suggest choosing the upper size.
Doubts about sizing
Please keep in mind that the measurements are in centimeters. When measuring yourself, place the measuring tape firmly and horizontally on your body, but make sure not to hold it too tightly. To measure your figure correctly, it is recommended to only wear underwear, as your clothes can influence your actual measurements.
The measurements are based on the person that will wear the costume, not the measures of the costume itself. Not all costumes are available in all sizes. Please see each product page to check the sizes available.
If you are a very high, corpulent person, or you have doubts between two sizes, we recommend to choose the largest size.
Chest Measurements: To measure your chest correctly, measure it at is widest point.
Waist Measurements: Measure your waist at its narrowest point.
Hip Measurements: To correctly measure your hips, measure them at their widest point.
Outside Leg Length: The outer leg length is used to determine trouser length. To measure it correctly, measure from the hips to feet with your leg stretched out.
Inseam Length: The inseam length is your inner leg length is used to determine the trouser length. Measure from your crotch to the sole of your foot.
Height: To measure your height correctly, stand up and measure from the crown of your head to the sole of your feet. Place your back to a wall and put a book on your head to ensure that you are standing up and straight. This will help you to get an accurate measurement when using a measuring tape.
Neck Measurements: To measure your neck, place the measuring tape around the outside of your neck.