- Pair of Mitts
- Pair of Shoe Covers
- 100% polyester faux shearling fleece, interlock knit & velour fabric
- Long-sleeved faux shearling shirt fastens w/ Hook and Loop fastener at back of neck
- Pants have elastic waistband, tail sewn to back
- Headpiece has velour-lined stuffed ears on top; fastens w/ Hook and Loop fastener
- Black interlock mitts & shoe covers have elastic cuffs; shoe covers have elastic bands under foot
- Exclusively, made by us
|Medium||Shirt Length||29 1/2"||75cm|
|Medium||Waist||24" - 44"||61cm - 112cm|
|Large||Sleeve Length||27 1/2"||70cm|
|Large||Waist||28" - 48"||71cm - 122cm|
|Large||Pants Outseam||43 1/2"||110cm|
|X-Large||Shirt Length||31 1/2"||80cm|
|X-Large||Waist||32" - 52"||81cm - 132cm|
This sheep costume is for the kind of people that aren't afraid to follow the herd. Of course, don't follow a real herd of sheep. They won't be going anywhere interesting. What you should do is grab as many of your friends as you can and dress them all up as sheep. Then when you go out in public you can move as a massive herd of sheep, running mindlessly through the streets and "Bahhhhing" the whole way.
It's such a simple idea for a group costume, and we like it all the more for it. If you wanted to add a little extra touch, one of you could dress up as a shepherd! And if you wanted an added sense of danger, one of you could dress up as a wolf too! These little extra ideas are cool but not necessary, a herd of sheep running around town is around funny enough as it is.
This costume turns you into a little white sheep! You'll be wearing a shirt and pants made of faux shearling. The pants have an elastic waist and the shirt fastens at the back of your neck. We've also included shoe covers and gloves, both of which are in black, to make it look as though you have hooves! Lastly comes the headpiece. The headpiece has two big sheeps ears on either side of it making it easy to see what kind of animal you are supposed to be. The hood is made of the same material as the shirt and Hook and Loop fasteners around the bottom of your chin.
Before you go out on the town with all of your sheep friends, we recommend practicing your "Bahhh". Stand in front of the mirror for a few minutes and give it a couple test runs, just so you figure out how exactly you want to do it. Good luck!
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