Or, at least a regional 3rd at the Crown Championships of Cosplay. For Marie Antoinette, I actually ended up making about four different pairs of shoes on the way to the final product that I used at the competition. I had never made a full pair of shoes before until last summer, only shoe covers,…… Continue reading Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world
Now that C2E2 is done and done, I’m going to try and share more of what I’ve been doing on Marie Antoinette over the last few months. One of the first big things I did after DragonCon was a complete remake of the grande panniers. Two reasons. 1) I needed them to be able to…… Continue reading 1938 Marie Antoinette’s Grande Panniers
A couple of photos of my new Vanessa Ives inspired costume from Penny Dreadful. (inspired, because I wore this to a historical themed event and not a cosplay event, so I didn’t want to wear a black wig) I have already made her black walking suit, but have been really wanting to make one of…… Continue reading Vanessa Ives / Penny Dreadful Cosplay
Geillis Duncan’s white dress from Outlander has been on my to-do list for such a long time, but for some reason kept getting pushed to the side in favor of loftier projects throughout the past year. I’ve already made Claire and Jamie Fraser costumes, but Geillis is such a fun character and I’ve always loved the weird…… Continue reading Geillis Duncan’s Gathering Dress from Outlander
Wishing you Happy Holidays! Here are a couple of holiday themed teaser shots of my new Geillis Duncan costume, which is the last of my costumes for 2016 and has been on my costuming “to-do list” for nearly a year and a half. I’ll be posting more about this costume soon!
This past weekend I was finally able to debut my new Victorian Hufflepuff costume. This costume was heavily inspired by a black walking suit worn by Eva Green in Penny Dreadful. While my original plan was to make the suit for my Victorian Hufflepuff Professor, I can and will be able to also use this suit for Vanessa Ives, Missy from Doctor Who, and…… Continue reading Victorian Hufflepuff Cosplay
Lucille Sharpe and Halloween go together like…well, they just do. Have fun dressing up this weekend, and don’t drink the tea. Costume entirely handmade by me, photo by my husband.