- Hooded Jumpsuit
- Adult Skunk Kigurumi
- Soft 100% polyester fleece fabric
- Buttons at center front
- Side seam pockets
- Rib knit wrist & ankle cuffs
- Soft-sculpted & appliqued face on top of hood
- Stuffed tail sewn to back of suit
|Standard||Chest||up to 50"||up to 127cm|
The sun is just starting to rise in the forest, turning dew drops golden as it touches the leaves of the underbrush. Birds are chirping good morning to each other, deer are rustling away from the brabbles they slept under during the night. Not every animal is just waking up though. If this was an omniscient illustration of the forest, you'd see an adorable string of the nocturnal animals returning home to cuddle down for the day.
Owls and raccoons are great but we all know there is one nocturnal animal to rule them all with an amped up stench. We really admire skunk's style. Defending yourself with teeth and claws is a little overdone (looking at you, coyotes) but skunks really know how to fill in a niche. Their signature odor is so intense that they don't want to spray unless they have to, so don't make them! Just let them cuddle up under a raspberry bush like they want to.
A skunk's funk might get in the way of us humans becoming best friends with these black and white fluffballs but that doesn't mean you can't dress up as one. You can even leave that distinctive smell behind! We're sure that if skunks didn't have to defend themselves, they'd pass on their odor as well.
This super soft suit has an oversized look, making it comfy to throw on as soon as you get back from your nocturnal rompings. The eyes on the hood are so adorable, no one will have the heart to wake you up from your lovely woodland creature filled dreams. The back has a full, plush skunk tail, providing you with plenty of sass as you walk around a costume party or back support if you're simply lounging around the house. This suit even has pockets, making it perfect for that forest themed soiree!
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