Snug… but wearable The outfit definitely has the steampunk flare, but the sizing has issues. You get what you get when it comes to one size fits all, but be aware of a few things… If you do not have a flat abdominal area it’s going to show a lot due to the very high cut top and low cut waist. Also, there is zero crotch room. As in you will be very displeased if you try to pull up your pants any. Regardless what the picture shows, you only receive the pants and shirt. The spats, hat, goggles, cane,…
one size does not fit all If your chest is larger than 42 inches, this really is not for you. The patern of the shirt is very well done and looks wonderful, but while the advert says one size, the package says fits up to size 42.
The “fit” is the real issue, the quality is as expected. A few tips and tricks also… As you’ve read in some reviews, you do get what you pay for so I can’t and won’t complain about the materials used, the thinness of the cloth, etc. It is precisely as expected in that regard. You can definitely see through it (it’s a bit sheer) and you need a shirt / undershirt under the “jacket” because it’s very itchy/rough fabric. For those who have mentioned how wrinkled the costume was, I do NOT recommend ironing (the poly is so thin you could actually melt it). I did find that 5…
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