fabrics & material guideline

Fabrics we used for our costumes

Our primary fabric options includes:
Uniform Fabric (Cotton Twill)Satin, Brocade Satin,Cotton Lycra and Velvet.  

We also make and dye custom fabric per costume requirements in workshop.Including custom brocade and printed fabric bases, as well as sequined fabric.
Customization including fabric change and color change are available for selective costumes, upon request.

Materials we used for our armors and props

Our primary material options includes:
EVA, PVC, Acrylic, Reinforced Leather.

We also offer the options to request for Worbla and Wonderflex for pro event quality and durability on selected custom armors and props.
As well as the option to request for custom open mold for multiple sets.

We do not work with metals and do not make real sword props with open blades.

Are all materials 100% safe for conventions, events and shipping?

Absolutely!All of our materials are 100% in compliance with convention and shipping carrier regulation.No metal used in any armor or prop making.And all props have dull edges.

How do I care for my costumes?

Gentle hand wash with light detergent in lukewarm water with temperature of less than 110°c, then air dry.

We also recommend standard dry cleaning with gentle and delicate cycle.

Please do note that costumes with specific details, such as embroidery or print work will require extra care when cleaning.

How do I care for my armors and props?

Armors in either custom fabric or leather material should be care in the same way as costumes.
Hand clean (spot cleaning prefer) with light detergent and either padded dry or air dry.

Armor guards and prop pieces cannot be wash or submerge in water.
Spot clean with cloth if needed; or simply a quick touch up in matching paint color if there are streaks and crack lines. 

Armors should be store in storage bins with lids; no pressure and no stacking.
Keep air dry and away from humidity. (air conditioned rooms prefer)

Please contact us directly for additional guidance and assistance for your specific costume set.

Repairs and maintenance for armors and props

Armor and prop material will require gentle and cautious handling.
Areas that sustain weight can have light crack lines (much like leather shoes).

If you will be using the armors for professional events, please talk to us about Worbla or Wonderflex.

To repair slight bending, use a air blow dryer at low heat over the area and once warm to touch, slowly bend back.
To repair paint issues, simply repaint over with a matching paint color.

If you need additional help, please contact us directly with photos and we would be glad to assist you on repair instructions.

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Size Chart & Measurement Guideline


   Sizing Guideline

Our sizes do run small in comparison to standard US, Canada, UK sizing.
Please make sure to cross check the measurements listed for each size when choosing a preset size. 

Some costumes may also have distinct sizing standards.
Individual size guides can be found on the individual product pages.

   Finding The Right Size

To find the right size, please compare your height and body circumference measurements (chest / waist / hip) and choose
the size that is slightly larger than your base measurements.
The recommended wiggle room would be 0.5 - 1 inch (1.3 - 2.5 CM) for a standard fit.

   Custom Sizing Request

Custom sizing is free and available by request for most costumes in store.

To request, please select Custom Sizing under Size Options then include your measurements as well as any fitting requests in the Measurement Box
with your order. 
We encourage you to also include in specific measurements such as length request and sleeve opening if you do have a specific personal preference.

   Required Measurements

Download our complete measurement form here: (mandatory and required for full custom order and armor sets)
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For standard in store costumes



Shoulder Width

Chest Circumference

Natural Waist Circumference (your narrowest upper waist)
Drop Waist Circumference (your low waist)
Hip Circmference

Arm Length
Bicep Circumference
Inseam (for pants)
Dress Length (optional, measure from shoulder down to desire length)

   Measurement Guideline

Please refer to our Measurement Guideline Image below for reference on measurements. (video tutorials coming soon!)

Height & Weight - your total body height and current weight
Shoulder Width- measure from the back, shoulder tip to tip
Bust & Hip Circumference - measure at the widest part of your chest and hip
Natural Waist Circumference - your narrowest upper waist
Low Waist Circumference - your lower drop waist, by belly button

Dress Length - measure from shoulder down to desire length
Bodice Length - measure from shoulder or collarbone don to desire length
Skirt / Pant Length - full length measurement

If you have any questions or need additional guidance, please don't hesitate to contact us!

   Fitting Requests

We encourage you to include in any fitting requests and preferences with your order.
Such as:
- wider sleeves and wider fit for upper arm
- form fitting fit around waist and chest
- additional wiggle room for chest area

We want to make sure the costume set fits both comfortably and accurately for you.

 Custom Order & Measurement Form

You can download our Custom Order & Measurement Form below. It is recommended for full custom sizing order, custom commissions requests and as well as armor orders.

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