SANTA CLAUS KIGURUMI
"Kigurumi" comes from a combination of two Japanese words: kiru ("to wear") and nuigurumi ("stuffed toy"). Traditionally, it referred specifically to the performers wearing the costume, but the word has since grown to include the outfits themselves. In Japan, kigurumi are worn as everyday clothes as a way to break the conventions of traditional dress or just as comfy pajamas!
Kigurumi are one-size-fits-most and are made to be loose fitting, with wrist and ankle elasticized cuffs, and will accommodate adults and children who are at least five feet tall. However, if you're taller than six feet the wrist and ankle cuffs might not make it all the way to your wrists and ankles. The bagginess means there's a lot of room in the chest and waist but if you're concerned with fitting into the kigurumi, the limiting factor is usually your shoulder width (less than 22.5 inches).
Fleece. Machine washable. One size fits most.