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Women's Pirate Wench Costume
Women's Pirate Wench Costume
Product Description

Womens Pirate Wench Costume

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Includes & Highlights
Item #CA01187
Items Included
  • Dress With Adjustable Skirt
  • Corset
  • Head Tie
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester
  • Off the shoulder dress with cinched sleeves
  • Burgundy and black striped ruffled skirt
  • Skirt can be hiked with ribbon inside of dress
  • Skull and roses corset with burgundy ribbon
  • Buckles hang from corset
  • Also included, burgundy and black striped headpiece
Size Chart
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Runs Small
Slightly Small
True To Size
Slightly Large
Runs Large
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 32" - 36" 81cm - 91cm
Small Waist 28" - 32" 71cm - 81cm
Small Dress Length (at Front) 35" 89cm
Small Dress Length (at Back) 48" 122cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium Chest 34" - 38" 86cm - 97cm
Medium Waist 30" - 34" 76cm - 86cm
Medium Dress Length (at Front) 36" 91cm
Medium Dress Length (at Back) 49" 124cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large Chest 36" - 40" 91cm - 102cm
Large Waist 32" - 36" 81cm - 91cm
Large Dress Length (at Front) 37" 94cm
Large Dress Length (at Back) 50" 127cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large Chest 38" - 42" 97cm - 107cm
X-Large Waist 34" - 38" 86cm - 97cm
X-Large Dress Length (at Front) 38" 97cm
X-Large Dress Length (at Back) 51" 130cm
Product Description

Historical Research

You’re researching women of 18th century Caribbean colonies. That’s a pretty niche topic for your PhD, but hey, more power to you. Obviously, in order to do the best kind of research, you really need to immerse yourself in the subject as much as possible. We’re not sure how many actual pirate ships still exist in the Caribbean, but we can certainly help you get into character. Just get yourself into this Pirate Wench Costume and start taking notes.

We do know that it’s considered “bad luck” for a woman to board a pirate ship, but being told you can’t do something has never stopped you before. In this great outfit, you can feel emboldened to experience firsthand what the women of that time faced—so make your way aboard that ship, into that pirate den, find your way to the captain’s quarters and ask the questions you want to ask. This is your research, your work, you’re not going to let anything stop you.

Fun Details

In classic pirate-age styling, this costume features an off-the-shoulder dress, complete with a burgundy and black ruffled skirt. The included corset is patterned with skulls and roses and tied with a burgundy ribbon, an essential piece for any pirate look. For a touch of detail, decorative buckles hang from the corset. Finally, the look is completed with a burgundy- and black-striped headpiece—because no seafaring pirate or would be caught dead without something tied around their head. Just make sure not to get wrapped up in how great this outfit makes you feel that you forget what you’re there for: firsthand research (and a bit of adventure never hurt anyone either!)

Dr. Plunder

It’s pretty easy to get sucked into the pirate lifestyle—looting, marauding, it’s all engrossing and ultimately, distracting. Make sure you keep your head in your research. You are there, after all, to complete your work. The best researchers go all in, and in this outfit, you’ll blend in with pirates so well, you might forget that you’re not one. Let us know what you find out when you’re done with all that pillaging.


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Product Ratings & Reviews

    Sizing off
    Submitted: July 1, 2023
    Reviewed By: Anonymous | July 1, 2023
    Height: 5'7"Weight: 145
    Size Ordered: Medium
    I am 5'8", 145 lb, 38D. I wear a size 4 shorts. I ordered a Medium costume (8/10) so that it would fit in the chest. The dress part is pretty big. It seems like a "one size fits all" type thing. the corset was SUPER small. I couldn't fit it around my chest at all. I am making it work by lowering the corset below the breast line and just wearing it around my torso. The corset material is also pretty flimsy, so it bends and shifts a lot so it's difficult to keep the two sides of the corset equal. Like I said, I am making it work, but I'm disappointed.
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