Size Guide

We don’t believe in Small Medium and Large sizes. Similarly as a parent I know that there is no such thing as 3-6 years size in normal clothes so why should dress up costumes be any different? We believe you and your child deserves better.

We developed our sizes by testing the costumes on real children, lots of real children. Our size chart is typical of what you would find in major reputable retailers and adheres to the size guide below.

All our sizes are designed to allow some room to grow, the sizes are typical of those found in major clothes stores but if you want to get an accurate measure of your child’s clothes size then this is how to measure your child.


Measurements should be done with the child in their underwear and stocking feet to get the most accurate results.

Your child should stand as straight as possible against a flat surface like a wall that you are happy to put a light pencil/chalk mark on. Your child should wear socks but no shoes.
Place a book or other stiff object on his/her head parallel to the floor and mark the spot where the book meets the wall.
Measure from the floor to the mark.

Your child should stand with his/her arms out to the sides in a relaxed and not stiff way. With your child breathing normally measure at the fullest part of the chest. The tape measure should be snug but not too tight.

Sleeve Length:
Your child should stand with their arms down by their sides in a relaxed way. Measure from the apex of the shoulder to the wrist crease. Make sure the tape is straight along the arm.

Your child should stand with his/her arms out to the sides.
Measure at the natural waist at the smallest part of the waist.
The tape measure should be snug but not too tight.

Your child should stand comfortably and measure over underwear at the fullest part of the hips. As with the other measurements, the tape measure should be snug but not tight.

The easiest way to measure your child’s inseam length is to select a well fitting pair of jeans or trousers that currently fits your child. Measure from the crotch seam down to the hem. This is the inseam length.