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.
How To Measure
It’s suggested to have someone else to measure for you.
If you have any other special requirements, please send us an email when you fill in size.
It’s across shoulder from the right the shoulder joint to the left shoulder joint instead of in circumference.
Measure around chest/bust at fullest point. For females, please wear a bra when doing this measurement.
Measure around the smallest part of your waistline, it’s also called natural waistline, at the point where your trousers would normally ride. Keep one finger between the tape and your body.
Measure around the fullest part of your hips, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
Measure shoulder point to wrist through your elbow.
Upper Arm Circumference
Measured around the fullest part of your arm.
Neck to Crotch Area
Measure from the shoulder to the crotch area.
Measure end of inner thigh to ankle.
Measure the fullest part of the thigh.
Measure the fullest part of the calf.