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Déguisement Harley Quinn femme - XS
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- Approx Adult Sizes: X-Small (UK: 6-8); Small (UK: 8-10); Medium (UK:10-12)
- The Ladies Super Villain Harley QuinnTM costume
- Includes a jumpsuit with attached boot tops, headpiece, eye mask, collar, gloves
- Officially Licensed BatmanTM costume
- The sizing on the packaging is US sizing. UK sizes are approximate
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Ce déguisement officiel de Harley Quinn™ pour femme comprend une combinaison avec des couvre-bottes, une coiffe, un loup, un col et une paire de gants. L'ensemble de la tenue est de couleur rouge et noire en effet velours. Cet article sera idéal pour vos soirées déguisées ou à thème.
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Juste un peu déçue de l'avoir reçu dans un mauvais état. Un des losanges rouges de la cuisse est abimé. Le déguisement étant plié, le losange était plié sur lui meme et la chaleur a fait que ca a collé ... du coup ca fait un trou... dans le rouge, pas le tissu ;).
Je vais voir pour rafistoler ca mais pour le prix c'est dommage.
Autrement c'est complet! j'adore! le masque n'est pas confortable par contre ... Mais toute façon porter un masque toute une soirée c'est relou lol. J'avais deja prévu de faire le masque avec du maquillage.
Voila! vivement la soirée pour que je puisse le porter!! je vais faire fureur je sais :p
je viens de revoir le S, est bon au niveau de la grandeur mais trop grand au niveau des jambes et des aisselles
de plus le cou serre un peu, je vais voir si une coutière peu me l'ajuster...
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I know the package says it's Adult sized 10-14, but in reality, it's teen-sized 10-14. If you can still shop in the Junior department, you should be okay.
The costume is actually a lot better quality than I expected. The diamonds need to be repainted, but the fabric is great, the zipper seems pretty durable and it's ridiculously comfortable. My gloves matched my costume perfectly, although they are small. As reported by others, the seams on the outside of the hat ARE sewn inside-out and the 'ears' need stuffing. The elastic on the mask is too short, the elastic on the collar is too long, and the boot covers look stupid.
But honestly, these things are actually very minimal and easy to fix; as detailed as this assembly-line costume is, you really can't beat a $50 price tag and a little sewing, considering it would cost at least $300 to pull it off in Cosplay quality.
And don't kid yourself - this costume IS form fitting to the nth degree, no matter what size it is. It's like walking around in long underwear, so if you're modest, don't buy it. Also you WILL need special undergarments: a body-shaper to eliminate pantylines and a good push-up bra are an absolute must, and a wig-cap is also essential.
Here is me: I am 5'7", I weigh 127lbs, and my measurements are Chest: 38" (36B), Waist: 29", Hips: 39". I'm pretty little, but I am far from stick-thin; I have a decent-sized butt/legs and I've had a baby.
I am exactly between a Ladies size 6 and size 8, and the Medium fits me pretty well. My inseam is 30" (crotch to anklebone) and the costume reaches an inch above my ankles. If you're tall or wearing extremely low-topped shoes, you will need properly matched socks.
Not only am I a bit tall, but also what they call long-waisted, and the bodysuit (torso) part of the costume is short. When I buy bodysuit/leotard type items, I have to buy what is often called "long torso" style. My measurement from neck to crotch is 31" and the costume, from shoulder to crotch, measures about 28 1/2", unstretched. When I put the costume on, it stretches vertically, causing an unflattering overstretched shapeless sack look. (However, to its credit, even at nearly three inches too short in the torso, I bent over to touch my toes and nothing tore, not even the zipper.) I lengthened it with some creative sewing (utilizing the fabric from the boot covers) but if you're long-waisted, can't sew and don't know anyone who does, I don't recommend it.
I repainted the diamonds on the bodysuit with regular old craft paint.
Re-sewed the backwards seam on the hat. The 'ears' contain a tiny (worthless) sheet of foam rubber which I removed and replaced with a generous amount of Poly-fill stuffing. I was actually kind of impressed with the hat, as I have waist-length hair, but it looks real good with a wig cap.
The wristbands are a little loose, but my wrists are a tiny 5 3/4". I sewed the wristbands onto the sleeves to prevent them flopping up and down my arm. Also hemmed the nap, as the satin has a tendency to fray.
The gloves are indeed teeny, probably a child's large. I have average hands - my palm is about 3 1/4" across - but really long fingers, 7 1/2" from wrist to the tip of my middle finger. Still, the gloves fit, albeit tightly, and though I'd like them to be longer near the wrist, they do come down past my palms. The black one was sewn rather carelessly around the thumb, but once I re-did the seam properly, I could wear it.
The boot covers look dumb and probably don't fit anything larger than an American Size 7. Having already planned out my shoes and knowing I would be using the fabric from the boot covers to 'fix' my bodysuit, I put them on for a laugh over my big ol' Size-9 loafers and wound up breaking half the elastic.
The elastic on the mask is too short even for my 10-year-old, but it's easy to replace. The mask itself is also too large for my face and a bit weird looking, but it's made out of velour with this backing that keeps everything from fraying if trimmed with scissors.
Sounds like a lot, but I re-iterate: It's a REALLY elaborate costume and well worth such minor alterations for only fifty bucks.
Well, if you've read other reviews on here, you've probably heard that the cowl is less than satisfactory. I honestly disagree. The cowl is very nice, though some minor alterations (possibly putting wires into the stalks to make them stick out more; and you need to wear a wig cap) would make it better.
Very small, so I couldn't really try it on, but I could tell that the fabric was of the itchy variety. It would be a good idea to either buy a new mask entirely or just replace the elastic to make it fit better.
Now for this, the elastic in the back is a bit too long. Removing the elastic and adding a fastener is a good idea. This will also get rid of the problem of your neck showing, as it will be pulled higher.
These are different from the picture, but they're really cute, and the elastic wasn't too tight at all for me.
They're a bit of a tight fit, but then again, I have man-hands... heh... They'll probably be okay for everyone else.
These are not ideal for those with big feet. They are made for about size 8 and down, I would guess, as my shoes were way to big for them to slip over (I wear an 11). Maybe it's just my shoes. I also recommend someone else putting them on for you.
The reason I recommend this is because I bent over to put the booties on myself, and the seam at the end of the zipper ripped! I can sew it closed, but... it worries me if I can make it through Trick-or-Treating without another rip. The material is not itchy, which is great, and it doesn't ride up anywhere either. If you have long legs like me, you might want to get some red and black socks, as they don't pull down all the way to the top of the booties. And don't wear printed/colorful underwear! Although the see-through factor is slight, you can still tell what kind of undies you're wearing! I'm probably going to buy some Spanx (cut-off leggings) in a skin-tone to hide this.
Hopefully you've gotten a better idea of the costume now... I put three stars because it needs a few touch-ups, but they're relatively easy. If you are looking for a VERY accurate Harley Quinn costume, one for a Comic Convention, for example, I don't recommend buying this. It is a very fun costume, but if you're going for accuracy, the colors are switched on this one, and are different front-and-back. There is a dancewear website that has a hooded harlequin costume in the appropriate colors WITH the diamonds that I will find for you right now: [...]
Although it is expensive, it is very accurate and you can also customize it to your size.
Thank you for reading!