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Includes bodysuit, inflatable torso and legs, scarf, baby bonnet and old lady mask.See more product details
This 'Double Take' Adult Mummy's Boy Costume gives the perception that you, the baby, is being carried on the back of Mummy! This innovative and fun costume creates such a realistic optical illusion that even you may get confused as to where you stop and the costume begins
The double person body suit hosts your body as the baby's torso and lady's legs, while an inflated torso and legs provide the lady's body and baby's legs. Sounds complicated? It really isn't. Its as simple as 1, 2, 3!
1. Inflate torso and legs. Insert inflated legs into pants of the blue body suit.
2. Step into the shirt of the dress and place your arms into the sleeves of the blue body suit.
3. Insert the inflatable torso into the sleeves and upper body of the dress. Seal the velcro closure. Place mask and scarf on the inflated head. Put on your bonnet and you are ready to go.
This very clever costume is a unique idea and will attract many compliments and of course double takes.
Sizes for this costume are:
Just got back from our stag do! The outfit was brilliant we had people stopping us and asking to have their photos taken with the baby. Definitely pulls off the illusion of a baby on an old woman's back. We all agreed it was the perfect outfit for our stag do.
Great item, arrived quickly. My friend who I bought it for is quite a large chap & it fits him fine, just make sure you get the right size.
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Sadly this costume will not fit someone of a height of 6'3". We recommend this costume fitting someone who is 5'9” to 5'11”.
Sadly this costume does not stretch to a chest size of 48" without causing the velco fastenings to come undone.
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