- Belt w/ Attached Suspenders
- 100% polyester
- Center-front zipper, metal buckles at waist
- Blazin Hot Firefighter Costume
- Reflective tape strips on sleeves, bust and hemline
- Embroidered ''Fire Dept'' patch on left sleeve
- Elastic suspenders sewn to fabric belt
- Belt has hook & loop fastener at back, decorative metal buckle at front
|Small||Chest||28" - 30"||71cm - 76cm|
|Small||Waist||24" - 28"||61cm - 71cm|
|Medium||Chest||30" - 32"||76cm - 81cm|
|Medium||Waist||26" - 30"||66cm - 76cm|
|Large||Chest||34" - 36"||86cm - 91cm|
|Large||Waist||30" - 34"||76cm - 86cm|
Fighting fires is no easy task. When everyone else is running away from the fire, you're going to be running into it. Right through the burning front door, into the heat wave on the other side. The room will be a haze of smoke and red flames, setting a scene that few would be courageous enough to push through. But for you, this is nothing. This is just another day at the office.
But, it's not all scary. After all, you get to drive a firetruck. That'd be pretty awesome. Some people dream of driving a hot rod or a Lamborghini, but we think cruising around in a firetruck would be just as cool. Sure, it might not be as fast as some other cars, but how many cars are hooked up with a massive hose and set of stairs. What this lacks in speed, it makes up for in cool features.
This firefighter inspired costume comes in the form of a little black dress. The dress has neon yellow stripes, made to resemble a reflective vest! It has metal buckles and a zipper on the front, and an embroidered patch on the sleeve that says "Fire Dept." As a fun little accessory, we've also included the belt and suspenders. The belt is black and has red suspenders attached to it. All you'll need is a firefighter's signature helmet and your look will be complete. We wouldn't be surprised if people ask you to step in if you happen to see a real fire!
Now, we don't know much about fighting fires. But, we do know that water helps. That's why, when you go out in costume, we think you should carry a little water bottle. That way, if you see a fire, you can quickly dump the water on it while you wait for the real firefighters to arrive. Maybe it's a bad idea, we aren't really sure.
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