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Monsters Infant/Toddler Bride Of Frankenstein Costume for Girls

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  • Dress
  • Wig
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Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
12/18 Months Chest 22" 56cm
12/18 Months Sleeve Length 11" 28cm
12/18 Months Dress Length 21" 53cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
2T Chest 24" 61cm
2T Sleeve Length 12" 30cm
2T Dress Length 22" 56cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
3T/4T Chest 26" 66cm
3T/4T Sleeve Length 17" 43cm
3T/4T Dress Length 29" 74cm
  • 100% polyester fabrics, 100% polyurethane foam
  • Velour pullover dress has hook and loop fastener on the back, elastic waist back
  • Sleeves have mummy graphics
  • Minky foam headpiece has elastic on the back to secure on head
  • Officially licensed

The Monster Needs a Buddy 

Frankenstein is lonely. His life of scaring the villagers is exciting, but it's no fun if there's no one to share it with. What's the use of having bolts in your neck if there's nobody around who will appreciate how awesome they are? Someone mischeivous and spunky to be his friend would be just the ticket. Together, they can experience the best Halloween ever and collect a ton of candy because no one will suspect that their cool monster getups are actually the real deal. 

Product Details

Your little one will look frightfully cute in this officially licensed Monsters Infant/Toddler Bride of Frankenstein for Girls! The outfit includes a calf-length white dress with a slightly scooped neckline and a hem printed to look as dirty as if it was used to dust the mad scientist laboratory. The long sleevesare printed with bandage graphics. The black fabric headpiece resembles an exaggeraded pompadour updo that has been stiffened to help it keep its shape. Printed zig-zag white stripes leading backward above each temple finish off the Bride's look. 

Dr. Frankenstein's Crowning Achievement 

It's almost unbelievable, honestly. To think that something this adorable could have been made out of dead body parts dug up from the cemetery. Dr. Frankenstein should be getting a medal for this level of scientific work. At the very least, he should be leading a panel to teach other people how to achieve this kind of result instead of a creepy, zombie-like creature. 

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