- 100% polyester
- Jumpsuit has same-fabric ties at center back
- Printed skeleton on front
- NOTE: mask, gloves & shoe covers are each sold separately
Is there anything scarier than a skeleton on Halloween? Goblins, witches, and vampires are definitely up there too, but a good old fashioned bag of bones takes the creepy cake! Be the freakiest monster of the bunch in this spooky Skeleton Costume next Halloween, or any time you want to show off your bony bits!
We're pretty sure that a huge part of what makes skeletons so unsettling to us humans is that we all have one inside of us, but we don't want to admit it. Now, if this is the first time you're hearing about this (we're not sure how, but anything's possible), it's probably going to take a second to sink in. And even if you have heard about the skeletons we all have under our clothes and skin and muscles, take a moment to think about how weird that is! It's in there, all of the time, following you around, copying your every move, sleeping and eating whenever you do. We're creeping ourselves out a bit, just thinking about it...
The other tricky things about skeletons is that if everything goes well, you'll never see it. That's why this costume is so great, since the polyester skeleton-printed jumpsuit lets you proudly display your scary inner structure, while keeping your real bones nice and warm under your skin, where they belong. Add a skull mask and some matching skeletal gloves and shoe covers to complete this creepy look, and you'll be ready for trick-or-treating, acting in a haunted house, or even LARPing as a mystical bony monster. After all, you can find skeletons everywhere you go!
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- Size is not great, quality is pretty cheapBy Anonymous | 9 October 2018The costume is very thin material, which doesn't surprise me due to the price point, but it is still thinner/cheaper than I anticipated. I am 6'1 and 250 lbs, and I ordered the XL. It is quite tight, and it is way too short in the arms and the legs. I ordered the biggest size available, and went through the websites sizing charts in detail before I ordered. When I received the product, there was a different sizing chart on the actual packaging - XL is recommended for 6'2" and 250 lbs - had I known that, I likely wouldn't have ordered it. AND, the company that makes the costume also has a XXL, that is 6'4" and 300lbs, which I likely would have ordered if it was available, as I was hoping for a roomier fit.
Long story short, it's a cheap/thin costume, and the sizing information was not helpful for me. The cost of shipping it back and paying the 18% restocking fee does not justify sending it back, so now I am stuck with an unwearable costume. I have learned my lesson with online costume shopping, and I will make sure to buy in person from here on out.Was this review helpful to you?