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World's largest Skirt -- World's Largest Shirt
Topic Started: Jul 11 2007, 02:02 AM (834 Views)
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Largest Dress
A dress measuring 31-ft 6-in long, with a skirt diameter of 65 ft 6 in, was built for the 1998 Junta Central Fallera de Valencia in Spain. The dress was displayed on a mannequin specially built for the occasion.

Largest Shirt
The largest shirt ever produced measured 148.9 ft long, with a chest measurement of 162.7 ft and sleeves measuring 26.2 ft x 49.2 ft. It was manufactured for Procter & Gamble Romania, makers of Tide detergent, and measured in Bucharest, Romania, on September 27, 2001. Manufactured from a white synthetic cloth resembling silk, the shirt weighed 816 lb with buttons weighing 13.2 lb. Enough fabric was used to manufacture 2,000 regular-sized shirts. A person big enough to wear this shirt would need to be 360 ft tall!
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now they are both large indeed!! thanks for sharing something fun with us :)
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