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This stunning hand-sewn Legend of Zelda dress is perfect for your next con or even a ren faire. Etsy shop owner Frockasaurus painstakingly recreates this cosplay gown per order with the highest level of care and detail.

“This particular costume is made from 100% cotton, trimmed with crushed gold lamé and gold leatherette. Fully lined in polyester cotton, with 3 layers of net underskirting. Boned bodice, back zip fastening with corset effect lacing over the top. Top stitched in gold thread.”

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This incredible cosplay features Tesla Cosplay. The trio, which even includes an anthropomorphic Yakkul, looks fantastic and has been captured beautifully by photographer Jason DeSomer.

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Kid cosplay is generally really cute, but it’s rarely so well done as this. Owen and Dean are two brothers who cosplay as Nerdling 2 and 3. Their costumes were handmade by their Mom and took 2 weeks to complete.

Kudos to David of Lift-Off Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina for the awesome pics.

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You can turn yourself into a video game villain with this Bowser hoodie. It’s got metal studs and cool spikes all over the back which are attached by Velcro so they can easily be removed if they’re getting in the way (the hood as well).

The hoodie is made of fleece and can be worn as a jacket or even alone as more of a shirt. It’s even machine washable so it’ll be easy to keep it clean.

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Those cute little mice whip up a beautiful dress, but this variant might be out of their reach. In Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella, which opens next month, the wedding dress designed by Sandy Powell draws on the original, but with updated touches that make it worthy of any bride walking down the aisle today.

The beige silk organza gown took 15 people over 500 hours to complete and features a dozen layers of fabric. To keep it looking light and airy, they used crepeline silk, printed polyester, and iridescent nylon. The wedding dress was so complex that only one version was made for the movie. Her ballgown, however, was duplicated 9 times with each using 270 yards of fabric and 10,000 Swarvovski crystals. Those dresses each took 18 people 500 hours to complete.

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This gorgeous Zatanna Zatara cosplay features Feisty Cuffs who we’ve previously featured as Atomic Wonder Woman. She definitely looks like she could cast a spell in these photos by George Wong.

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These beautiful cosplay corsets are the work of etsy seller LoriAnn Costume Designs. There are dozens of styles to choose from including some that are especially nerdy like Iron Man, Captain America, and even villains like the Joker and the Daleks.

Each costume is handmade and features not just a corset but a full outfit. There are matching shirts, bolero shrugs, and hooded shrugs that vary from character to character. These are made to your exact measurements so you you’ll have a perfect fit. Materials include canvas and cotton with metal grommets, satin ribbons, and lace as accents.

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Little Sophia Sandoval had to endure chemotherapy as a result of a cancerous brain tumor. At the end of her treatment, she donned a Wonder Woman costume to celebrate her victory. Lynda Carter took notice and called Sophie, “A real life WW!” I think everyone would agree.

(Huffington Post via Neatorama)

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It was rumored that the first run of Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr.’s new take on Superman in the New 52 would feature the Last Son of Krypton wearing an updated costume. And it looks like the rumors were true! Well, the costume doesn’t look that much different from what we’ll see in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but I will say that I like his new belt, and I also like the higher neckline. What’s up with the fingerless gloves though? Is that some sort of ’80s fashion statement?

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The folks at Anovos are releasing another incredible costume, and this time it’s an AT-AT Driver from Star Wars. In typical Anovos fashion, it is screen-accurate and will make you look like you stepped right off the set of the film. Features include:

Helmet with finished, lined interior and adjustable helmet suspension rig, meant for even the largest heads.
Built-in environmental / air system in helmet for comfort.
Bubble lenses installed in helmet.
Chest armor and chest box, with flexible hoses.
Canisters on end of hoses feature magnetic points, thereby allowing easy attachment to the magnetic points at the helmet’s back “mohawk” for easy maintenance.
Chest box features functional LED screen, mirroring faux indicator functionality of artifacts as used on screen.
Back armor with distinctive computer-board style.
100% polyester gray jumpsuit, with pockets and zip-front.
Lower-leg harness connected to back plate.
Faux leather gloves. Left glove features greeble, as seen from original artifact.

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