When trying to decide between two sizes, choose the larger size for a better fit.
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Comfortable fit, looks great!
from San Francisco, CA
About Me Classic
Comments about Spirit Steampunk Vampire Adult Mens Costume:
Overall this was a great costume, it fit well and was comfortable to wear. A unique costume that garnered attention. The vest was a bit tricky to remove as it has to slide over your head, but the metal accessories on the front make it less stretchy.It arrived more crumpled then I would have expected, I had to iron out the wrinkles, that was very tricky and took a long time. I would advise more attention to the packing process.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I'll never grow into this
from Phoenix AZ
About Me Adventurous
At 58 yrs old, I still love Halloween. I now have to buy clothes that fit around the mid-section. But now everything else on the costume is too large. Remember this is made in China where their sizes are so different. I can wear the hat as a ski-mask if I cut eye holes in it. Hmmm. I'll get a much nicer hat. This hat came crushed down flat and is worthlessly cheap. Goggles were busted made of waffer thin plastic crushed in the all-in-one garment bag too. Again I can get something nicer/more realistic looking to replace it. I'll need to add snaps to keep the cape from falling away from the shoulders and need close the sleeves which are now bigger than my pants cuffs. This I'll do with spiked leather wrist bands. Also needs something to make the collar stand like the picture. It's a start. Only worth the half price I paid. But if one is clever you can build on it and look great. Recommend only on sale. Prepare to spend more and do a little work to get the right look. Hey! I'm an old school tattooed Harley rider who's built bikes and cars. Think of it as a building project. Jerry