Measurement Guide

Kids/Teen Sizing:

  • Chest Measurement: Bring the measuring tape across the widest part of the back and across the fullest part of the chest.
  • If mask shows creases or folds, remove it from the packaging and form over crumpled papers or cloth to aid in retaining its original form. Your mask should be looking great and ready to go in no time!
  • Waist Measurement: Ask your child to place his or her hands on their waist, this is where you will want to position the measuring tape, it is the narrowest point of the mid-section.
    Hip Measurement: Find your child's hip bones, and you just bring the measuring tape across the hip bones - this should be the fullest part of the hip area.
  • Inseam: The inseam starts right at the crotch and ends at the ankle bone. Take the measuring tape and begin the measurement at the inside, top of the leg, and draw the measuring tape straight down the inside of the leg to the top of the ankle bone.
  • Torso Length: There are 3 ways to measure Torso Length, from nape of neck to…
    1) Waistline – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the waist.
    2) Hip – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the hip.
    3) Crotch – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the crotch/top of the inseam.
  • The Nape of the Neck can be found easily, tilt your head forward so that your chin is on your chest – the nape of neck is the C7 bone - the most prominent bone that bulges out. It is usually at the same height as the top of your shoulders.
  • After you've taken down these measurements you can compare them to the sizes provided for the costume you are interested in. Remember – if you're not sure what size to select, we suggest ordering the larger size for the most comfortable fit!

Women’s Sizing:

  • Chest/Bust Measurement: Bring the measuring tape across the widest part of the back and across the fullest part of the chest.
    Waist Measurement: The narrowest part of the mid-section – usually where your belly button is, this is where you will want to wrap the measuring tape around.
  • Hip Measurement: Find your hip bones, and you just bring the measuring tape across the hip bones - this should be the fullest part of the hip area.
  • Inseam: The inseam starts right at the crotch and ends at the ankle bone.  Take the measuring tape and begin the measurement at the inside, top of the leg, and draw the measuring tape straight down the inside of the leg to the top of the ankle bone.
  • Torso Length: There are 3 ways to measure Torso Length, from nape of neck to…
    1) Waistline – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the waist.
    2) Hip – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the hip.
    3) Crotch – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the crotch/top of the inseam.
  • The Nape of the Neck can be found easily, tilt your head forward so that your chin is on your chest – the nape of neck is the C7 bone - the most prominent bone that bulges out.  It is usually at the same height as the top of your shoulders. 
  • After you’ve taken down these measurements you can compare them to the sizes provided for the costume you are interested in.  Remember – if you’re not sure what size to select, we suggest ordering the larger size for the most comfortable fit!

Men’s Sizing:

  • Chest Measurement: Bring the measuring tape across the widest part of the back and across the fullest part of the chest.
  • Waist Measurement: The narrowest part of the mid-section – usually where your belly button is, this is where you will want to wrap the measuring tape around.
  • Hip Measurement: Find your hip bones, and you just bring the measuring tape across the hip bones - this should be the fullest part of the hip area.
  • Inseam: The inseam starts right at the crotch and ends at the ankle bone.  Take the measuring tape and begin the measurement at the inside, top of the leg, and draw the measuring tape straight down the inside of the leg to the top of the ankle bone.
  • Torso Length: There are 3 ways to measure Torso Length, from nape of neck to…
    1) Waistline – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the waist.
    2) Hip – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the hip.
    3) Crotch – Hold the measuring tape at the Nape of neck and draw the tape straight down the middle of the back to the crotch/top of the inseam.
  • The Nape of the Neck can be found easily, tilt your head forward so that your chin is on your chest – the nape of neck is the C7 bone - the most prominent bone that bulges out.  It is usually at the same height as the top of your shoulders. 
  • After you’ve taken down these measurements you can compare them to the sizes provided for the costume you are interested in.  Remember – if you’re not sure what size to select, we suggest ordering the larger size for the most comfortable fit!