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Mens King of Egypt Costume

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Includes & Highlights
Item #DR9893
Items Included
  • Shirt
  • Shendyt Skirt
  • Collar With Attached Cape
  • Headdress
  • Pair of Gauntlets
  • Necklace
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester
  • Sleeveless pullover tank top, collar with cape combo fits over head
  • Skirt has elastic waist, faux leather front drape, embroidered bird with faux gems
  • Headdress held in place with elastic band, draping instructions are included
  • Gauntlets fasten with hook and loop fastener
  • Triangular faux leather medallion on ribbon necklace, set with faux gem
Size Chart
Runs Small
Slightly Small
True To Size
Slightly Large
Runs Large
Size Measurement Standard Metric
XXS Chest 36" 91cm
XXS Shirt Length 25" 64cm
XXS Skirt Waist 26" - 30" 66cm - 76cm
XXS Skirt Length (shortest part) 17" 43cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Small Chest 38" 97cm
X-Small Shirt Length 26" 66cm
X-Small Skirt Waist 28" - 32" 71cm - 81cm
X-Small Skirt Length (shortest part) 17" 43cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 40" 102cm
Small Shirt Length 27" 69cm
Small Skirt Waist 32" - 36" 81cm - 91cm
Small Skirt Length (shortest part) 17" 43cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium Chest 42" 107cm
Medium Shirt Length 28" 71cm
Medium Skirt Waist 36" - 40" 91cm - 102cm
Medium Skirt Length (shortest part) 18" 46cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large Chest 44" 112cm
Large Shirt Length 29" 74cm
Large Skirt Waist 40" - 44" 102cm - 112cm
Large Skirt Length (shortest part) 18" 46cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large Chest 46" 117cm
X-Large Shirt Length 28" 71cm
X-Large Skirt Waist 42" - 46" 107cm - 117cm
X-Large Skirt Length (shortest part) 18" 46cm
Product Description


Kings have a lot of responsibility, there is no doubt about it. It comes with the power. Though, when you have that kind of power, there are certain perks, like building massive pyramids to serve as your eternal resting place and commemorate your life. It's pretty amazing that anyone could build such massive things without the help of machines! Still, somehow they did it. Luckily for us, if we were kings nowadays we'd have a lot more tools to build with!

Though it makes you wonder, what would you even want to build? We've been giving it some thought, and we think we've got it figured out. We'd want to build our purple monster! We'd build his big fuzzy face right into the side of a mountain in Colorado so that everyone could see him smiling down on them while they hit the slopes. It would be positively magnificent!


The sleeveless tank that you wear underneath pulls over your head, as does the impressive collar and cape that everyone knows was all the rage in Egypt back in the day. The skirt has an elastic waist with a faux leather front drape. A little bit of jewelry helps take this costume to the next level, in the form of gauntlets on your wrists and a medallion hanging around your neck.

All the other bits of this costume are great, but the headdress is where this costume really impresses. It's held in place with an elastic band, and is certain to turn heads and gain respect. While you go about in your costume fit for a king, we challenge you to ask yourself what you might build if you were a king. What would you want to leave as your legacy, your gift to your people? Give it some thought, then get out there and rule your people, kindly and justly!  

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Questions & Answers 

Q: What all is included with this costume?
Asked by Ken | August 31, 2022

Q: is this black or brown? (1 Answer)
Asked by Anonymous | October 13, 2021
Monster Responds...
The King of Egypt Costume is gold and black.

Q: What about the sandals? Do you have those as a separate item? (1 Answer)
Asked by Angelo | October 20, 2020
Monster Responds...
While barefoot may be an appropriate option with an Egyptian costume, we do offer a few different options of Egyptian style sandals and they can be found here:


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