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We can make almost all costumes you have in mind. We provide new, custom-made, first class craft-work made by our experienced professional tailors, in your own size. If you need to change color or any part, please contact us. Just send us a picture we can make it. Address: 3601 Parkview Ln , Irvine 92612 ,CA , USA, Tel:949-491-3180
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  • how to measure(Messung)
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    • You’d better measure yourself by soft tape. If you don’t have soft tape you can use a string to measure yourself then measure the string by normal tape. If your measurement is wrong we will not take any responsibility for the costume. Please make sure your measurement is correct.
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    • Please provide your own measurements with or after making payment.
    • (Extra 30% need to be charged for sizes larger than 3XL)
    • Measurement please provide: (Your body size not the final size of the costume)
    • 1. You Gender ( Male or female)
    • 2.Height (important! don’t forget!)
    • 3.Weight
    • 4.Bust
    • The bust measurement is taken by placing the tape measure over the back, underneath the arms and then over the highest point on the bust. Do not pull the tape measure too tight. This should be an exact measurement, not too tight and not too loose. (You must wear bra when take bust measurement if you are a female).
    • 5.Waist
    • Tie a string around your waist to determine the location of your waist, then measure the string. Here it is very important to measure your true waist size, and not to pull the tape measure too tight or too loose. Otherwise the costume will be too tight or too loose.
    • 6.Hip
    • The hip measurement is taken over the widest part of the hips.
    • 7 . Shoulder width
    • Width between shoulder ends, taken at back
    • 8. How long do you want the skirt to be from waist to hem? (If you want to make dress )
    • 9. Arm length ( If the costume has sleeves.) Measure from shoulder seam to wrist.
    • 10. Inseam ( If you want to make pants.) Measure from crotch to the pants length desired.
    • 11. Garment length length from shoulder seam to hem
    • 12. You must give us Color ( If there is more than one color to choose)
    • Other measurements you think might needed!

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    • If you are a plus size, (If you are heavier or taller or shorter than average person or if you are a man and you want to make woman’s costume) you’d better provide: 
    • 1. sex ( Man’s shoulder and arm circumference are usually wider than woman. It is important in making costume)
    • 2.Weight kg ? cm (important)
    • 3.Height ?cm  Body height, bare fee (Very important)
    • 4.Bust ? (Chest? ) cm Around the biggest part of bust  (You must wear bra when you measure it. Don’t pull the tape too tight or too loose.)
    • 5. Waist ? cm Around the natural waistline Here it is very important to measure your true waist size, and not to pull the tape measure too tight or too loose.
    • 6. Top hip: 13 cm below waist ( not hip )
    • 7. Hip ? cm Around the biggest part of hips
    • 8. Around Neck ? cm Around the neck
    • 9..From shoulder seam to your wrist  Arm Length ?cm
    • 10. Neck to Waist ? cm neck to natural waistline, taken at back
    • 11.Shoulder Width ? cm Width between shoulder ends, taken at back
    • 12. Biceps .Arm Circumference ?cm  Around the thickest part of upper arm
    • 13.Cuff Circumference ? cm Desired cuff circumference
    • 14.Skirt length?cm  From waist to length desired (Very important) Or coat Length from neck to hem

     

  • If you want to buy costume which has already made:
  • All clothing manufacturers have their own idea of what measurements
  • equal a 10, 14, 1X, 5X.
  • None use the same measurements!
  • You should ALWAYS check the actual measurements
  • in the listing of an item when purchasing online.
  • How to determine Your actual measurements:
  • Take your favorite comfortable fitting garment that matches what you are interested in (jeans, top, jacket) and lay it out flat on a bed or table top. Take a measuring tape or ruler and get matching measurements for the chart below. Consider if the garment you are measuring has any give or stretch and if the garment you are interesting in has it as well.
  • Some of our clothing is sized for juniors.
  • Some items may run smaller than expected based on the labeled size.
  • NEVER go by the LABELED size for Fit.
  • All Measurements in Inches.
  • Check actual measurements provided in the individual auctions for the individual pieces.
  • Clothing Size Chart Key
  • Tr Torso Measure from top center of shoulder to center of waist.
    B Bust Measure around your body, under your arms and over the fullest part of your bust. From armpit to armpit
    W Waist Hold measuring tape at your waistline and measure around your body, regular is just below belly button, low waist is lower (check rise to see how high). Easier: lay a comfortable pair of jeans flat, measure across the waist band along the top and multiply that by 2 (so if it measures 15 inches then you need 30 inch waist band).
    H Hips Measure around the fullest part of your body, placing the tape about midway between your crotch and belly button.
    I Inseam Take a pair of pants that fit you well and lay them flat. Measure the distance along the inseam between the crotch and the leg hem or have someone measure your body down to determine the length.
    R Rise Measure from the crotch seam up to the button. Low rise pants fall several inches below your belly button, regular waist is at or just below your belly button.
  • If you don’t have a measuring tape, you can use a piece of string and a ruler. When measuring, remember to keep the tape comfortably loose.
  • Stretch = Some material has a natural stretch or is made specifically to stretch. With stretch fabrics you usually have about a 2″ give which means you can usually wear the garment with a snug fit but still have room to bend and move. We will state if the garment has stretch and how much it can comfortably stretch.
  • No Stretch = Some garments have little to no stretching. With these you need to add an inch or two for moving and bending room.
  • Sizing differences = We provide the manufacturers labeled size as well as a ‘Fits Like’ and actual measurements. There is no standardized sizing guidelines that manufacturers have to follow so there is a definite float between actual size and labeled size. Please check your measurements before bidding to be sure the garment will fit you comfortably.
  • The size chart is NOT based on our clothing – the measurements for the item you are interested in are in the listing for that item. The chart is provided to help you determine our FITS LIKE sizing and what is appropriate for you. Many of our items run smaller than the labeled size Please Check Measurements and the Fits Like size – NEVER GO BY THE LABELED SIZE when choose already made costume.
  • MAßANGABEN
  • Die beste und einfachste Methode um ihre Maße zu nehmen ist ein Maßband. Sollten Sie keins haben, können Sie auch ein Band oder eine Schnur nehmen, und diese hinterher mit einem Lineal ausmessen, was aber zu Ungenauigkeiten führen kann.
  • à Sollten Ihre Maße nicht stimmen, übernehmen wir keine Haftung für Ersatzansprüche oder Erstattung!
  • DAMEN
  • Sie sollten uns folgende Maße unbedingt mitteilen, da sonst das Kostüm nicht passend hergestellt werden kann.
  • Sollten Sie schwerer oder größer al seine Durchschnittsperson sein, Übergrößen tragen ode rein Mann sein, der aber ein Damenkostüm wünscht, teilen Sie uns bitte noch ein paar zusätzliche Maßangaben mit (siehe unten)! Danke!
  • -         Körpergröße
  • -         Gewicht
  • -         Geschlecht
  • (Männerschultern und deren Armumfang sind normalerweise umfangreicher als die von Damen, deshalb ist die Angabe Ihres Geschlechts wichtig um den guten Sitz des Kostüms sicherzustellen!)
  • -         Brustumfang
  • Der Brustumfang wird genommen, indem man das Maßband vom Rücken unter den Armen durch über den höchsten Punkt der Brust führt. Bitte ziehen Sie das Maßband nicht zu fest an, die besten Ergebnisse bekommen Sie, wenn Sie nicht zu fest und nicht zu lose messen! Bitte messen Sie mit BH ab!
  • -         Taillenumfang
  • Für den Taillenumfang gilt ebenso, das Maßband nicht zu fest zu ziehen, damit die korrekten Maße ermittelt werden können. Die Taille ist die schmalste Stelle zwischen Unterbrustumfang und Hüftweite.
  • -         Hüftweite
  • Diesen messen Sie bitte über der breitesten Stelle ihrer Hüfte.
  • Falls Ihr Kostüm einen Rock oder ein Kleid beinhaltet, machen Sie bitte noch eine Angabe zur gewünschten Rocklänge. Dies wird von der Taille zur gewünschten Länge gemessen!
  • Herren
  • Bitte teilen Sie uns mindestens Ihre Körpergröße, Gewicht, Brustumfang, Taille und Hüftumfang mit, da wir sonst nicht passend arbeiten können!
  • -         Körpergröße
  • -         Gewicht
  • -         Brustkorbumfang
  • Das Maßband führen Sie unter den Armen durch über die breiteste Stelle des Brustkorbes. Bitte ziehen Sie nicht zu fest und nicht zu lose, da sonst das Kleidungsstück zu fest oder zu locker sitzt!
  • -         Taille
  • Hier gilt auch, nicht zu fest und nicht zu locker! Und bitte messen Sie an der Stelle ihrer natürlichen Taille!
  • -         Hüfte
  • Übergrößen etc.
  • 1.      Gewicht in Kg
  • 2.      Körpergröße barfuß gemessen
  • 3.      Halsumfang
  • 4.      Schulterbreite, zwischen den Schulterenden gemessen
  • 5.      Brustumfang
  • 6.      Taille, nicht zu fest und nicht zu locker
  • 7.      Hüfte
  • 8.      Schulter zu Taille, von der Schultermitte zur natürlichen Taillenlinie am Rücken gemessen
  • 9.      Armumfang, am dicksten Teil des Oberarms
  • 10.  Gewünschte Rocklänge, von der Taille an gemessen
  • 11.  Armlänge, vom Ansatz zum Handgelenk
  • 12.  Manschettenweite wie gewünscht
  • 13.  Geschlecht ( Herren und Damen unterscheiden sich in Schulterbreite und Armumfang, deshalb ist diese Angabe für ein gut sitzendes Kostüm wichtig!
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About Us

We sell already made and Custom made Costumes, We can make almost all costumes you have in mind. We provide new, custom-made, first class craft-work made by our experienced professional tailors, in your own size. Just send us a picture we can make it. We have an office in USA. Address: 3601 Parkview Ln, Irvine 92612, CA , USA, Tel:949-491-3180. My email: honestdragon@yahoo.com

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