This is a very nice Snow White costume. The cape attaches at the back of the dress with velcro. It is for ages four through six (small). The luxurious velvet, tulle, and satin are exceptionally well constructed into this dress and minute attention has been paid to the detailing. For instance puffy sleeves have nice embroidery on them and there are sufficient layers of tulle in the skirt so it's not necessry to wear any other petticoats to make the dress "swirly." Click here for more information!
WHAT CUSTOMERS SAY:
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* Wonderful value
* Very elegant material
* The same as more pricey versions
* I am extremely impressed
* Superior quality to others I've seen
* All the extra layers in the skirt are appreciated
* Don't buy it without paying attention to the sizing
* The size was a little bigger than I anticipated
* Runs big
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Very popular costume with both the buyers and the children who the costume is for. Construction, materials, durability, and minute detailing attention are all nice. The velcro attachment for the cape at the back of the dress could be "re-engineered" a little so it wouldn't fall backwards. Most people rated it 5 stars.
In 1950, "Rubie's Candy Store" opened in Queens, NY. By 1959 it had changed it's name to "Rubie's Fun House." With as few as 200 costumes in it's inventory, in 1967 Rubie's began to rent out costumes, and decided to rename the company "Rubie's Costume Company" in 1972. When 1973 arrived, they started mass-producing Halloween costumes.
They changed their location in 1979 to Richmond Hill, also in Queens, NY.
Paramount Pictures granted Rubie's their 1st major license to produce Star Trek Costumes in 1990. Since then, Rubie's opened operations in several countries - among them, Portugal, Spain, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Canada.
Warner Brothers granted Rubie's WorldWide Rights in 1999.
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