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Deluxe Mean Girls Regina George Women's Costume

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  • Top
  • Skirt
  • Burn Book Cover
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Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 34" 86cm
Small Shirt Length 23 1/2" 60cm
Small Waist 32" 81cm
Small Skirt Length 15" 38cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium Chest 38" 97cm
Medium Shirt Length 24" 61cm
Medium Waist 36 1/2" 93cm
Medium Skirt Length 15" 38cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large Chest 42" 107cm
Large Shirt Length 24" 61cm
Large Waist 40 1/2" 103cm
Large Skirt Length 16" 41cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large Chest 47" 119cm
X-Large Shirt Length 25" 64cm
X-Large Waist 44" 112cm
X-Large Skirt Length 16" 41cm
  • 97% polyester | 3% spandex
  • White tank top with boob cutouts
  • Purple connected crop top underneath
  • Black pleated skirt
  • Skirt has zipper closure on the back
  • Burn Book book cover (for a small book)
  • Officially licensed
  • Exclusive


Regina George— her savage one-liners and cutthroat comments make us all feel "personally victimized." So, why does everyone like her so much, including us? Why is she the queen bee of the Plastics? Why is Regina icon-level-status popular? Why are costumes available, (like this one right here), paying homage to her as a character? It's safe to say Regina George is North Shore's pettiest and most savage mean girl but we'll gladly admit it: we're a little obsessed with her. (Okay, really obsessed with her), which is why we created the exclusive and officially licensed Regina George costume. Regina, you have our vote for Spring Fling Queen (sorry, not sorry, Cady Heron). Regina, we'll even write our own names in the Burn Book if it means we can sit with you at lunch. We'd dip our tank tops in wet, purple paint and parade around school just like you. Regina, we're not ashamed to publicly confess our love for you. We don't care who knows, but we're like, obsessed with you. 


Wearing the Mean Girls Regina George costume shows your devotion to the iconic character who taught us all the importance of wearing pink on Wednesdays. (Always, ladies!) The costume comes with the stretchy white tank with purple "cutouts," referencing one of many hilarious scenes. The black skirt fastens via a real, functioning zipper in the back to complete the iconic look. Finally, a "Burn Book" stretchy book cover is included with the tank top and skirt. Stretch it over any book to create a quick and easy prop others will recognize and appreciate, but don't let them read it; it's for their own good...


Transform your entire girl-gang into Gretchen, Karen, and Cady to form the Plastics dressed in our line of officially licensed Mean Girls costumes.     

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