We’ve seen plenty of Dalek dresses over the years, but nothing like this version from Etsy seller Kaotichandbag. It’s not what you would call subtle.
It’s available in both black and gold versions.
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If you aren’t able to wield Mjolnir, don’t worry. You can still be like Thor by wearing this costume dress from Her Universe. Hot Topic has this everyday cosplay style available as an online exclusive. The cotton dress has cap sleeves and emulates the Asgardian God of Thunder’s look from the comic books. You won’t want to cross the Bifrost without it.
Check out another picture of the dress after the break.
In the world of fashion designers, Anouk Wipprecht is anything but typical. One of the last creations we saw from her was a chainmail dress that was also a Faraday cage, and the robotic Spider Dress that we featured earlier this year has definitely evolved.
The Spider Dress is an extension of the wearer and uses sensors to detect anyone or anything that encroaches upon their personal space. If someone approaches the person wearing the dress, the animatronic limbs move into attack position. Or, as Wipprecht explains:
Approach the system under calmer circumstance and the dress just might beckon you to come closer with smooth, suggestive gestures.
The dress was 3D printed and runs on Intel Edison. It’s still in the testing phase, but Wipprecht will display the Spider Dress at CES in January.
Watch a video of the dress in action after the break.
If you’re tired of not being able to snag all the pocket monsters in Pokémon, try wearing them! This dress from Koala Art & Design is made from polyester/spandex with a pattern that features pixelated Pikachus and Poké Balls – what more do you need?
Catch another picture of the dress after the break.
As much as I wish it wasn’t the case, wearing chainmail every day isn’t practical. It’s heavy, loud, and metal isn’t pleasant against the skin when it’s cold outside. Black Milk Clothing has another option though: fabric printed to look like chainmail. They have a new collection of apparel that includes skater dresses, a swimsuit, leggings, a body con dress, and more with the chainmail print.
See more photos of the chainmail line after the break.
Harley Quinn probably likes to have a night out on the town just like anyone else, and if she’s wearing a sequin dress like the one PureLight Cosplay’s modeling in these photos, she’s all set. The gown and gloves combination is positively elegant, and the high-cut slit adds a little of that Harley Quinn sass we all love.
Photos by Craig Bannerman Photography.
More images after the break.
Captain America wouldn’t be the same without his vibranium shield, and this dress from Living Dead captures the weapon’s technical side. The polyester and spandex blend features the schematics in vivid red, white, and blue and makes a heroic statement.
See the dress from a couple more angles after the break.
The Infinity Gauntlet is a dangerous weapon in the hands of the Marvel villain Thanos. It holds six soul gems, and when the powers of those jewels combine… well, that’s when it’s time to hold onto your butts. One cosplayer took the concept of the powerful gauntlet and turned it into a creative dress. Why wear the Infinity Gauntlet on your hand when you can cover your whole body with it? I think Thanos should adopt this look.
Photo by David Ngo.
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It’s fall, but if you’re a superheroine or supervillainess there’s still time to wear a light and comfy dress. This Wonder Woman dress is perfect for cruising around in an invisible jet on a warm day. If you’re looking for something a bit more evil, there are also Joker and Harley Quinn-themed dresses to choose from. You can check those out after the break.