Victorian Cape and Tunic Set
Burgundy velvet robe with fur & gold trim over green satin tunic.
- Burgundy velvet hooded robe with fur & gold trim
- Gold rope belt.
- Short sleeved green satin tunic with gold trim.
Center Back to Sleeve Cuff measurement is 36 inches.
This is a nice alternative to the standard suits. It is inspired by the old fashioned suits as well as the European Santas.
One size fits most Santas up to chest size 60 inches. The size is measured using a tape measure under the arm pits. The lower part of the Santa suit flows much wider and is worn open.
Please do not assume because you wear XXXL in street clothes, you need an XXXL in Santa sizing. Santa sizing is different.
These are tape measure sizes, not clothing sizes. Please measure yourself with a tape measure and contact us if you are unsure which to order. We are happy to help you select the correct size.
CandaceAug 20, 2019, 09:39:13 PMIf you need a huge splash of dignity, color, and cuddliness....this costume is perfect.
I am using it for Scrooge's Ghost of Christmas Present and Santa in the Polar Express.
It is not too heave to detour great performances....yet regal
Well made....gold piping...green under skirt...
All you need is the beard!
ChristopherAug 20, 2019, 09:39:13 PMThis is actually a great Victorian Santa Suit! It fits me perfectly! The quality of the material is better than I expected. The hue of red that the suit arrives in is really a more traditional/modern-day Santa red. The white fur that lines the suit is beyond what I expected. It is very thick, plush and luxurious. I bought the suit with free Fed Ex shipping. It arrived in two days. From my perspective, a pretty good value. I am, overall, very happy and looking forward to wearing it on Christmas morning!
PhilAug 20, 2019, 09:39:13 PMI have been playing Santa for twenty years.
I have the traditional Santa suit. I go to three nursing homes.
When I saw the old world costume I decided this would be great for the nursing homes.
They just loved it.
I still wear the traditional suit when I go to a children's function.
John Finnegan (firstname.lastname@example.org)Aug 20, 2019, 09:37:16 PMgreat look