If Princess Zelda were to have a royal wedding in the real world, she would probably get her gown at Firefly Path. Their latest Zelda-inspired dress features blue accents that make an earlier version of the design pop even more. [click to continue…]
You’re just walking around in the woods, minding your own business when…BAM! This Skull Kid (aka Anthony/thwwip) jumps out of the brush. As you’ll seen in the pics from BriLan Imagery below, Skull Kid doesn’t understand the concept of personal space. [click to continue…]
I believe we’ve found the perfect matching bag for the Breath of the Wild tunic dress and the cosplay t-shirt.
Whether you’re headed to school or on an adventure to save Hyrule, you’ll need a good pack for your belongings! Made of polyester, this sling style bag can convert between two carrying positions. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Mini Sling Bag measures approximately 9 1/2-inches wide x 11-inches tall x 6 1/2-inches long.
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Mini Sling Bag ($49.99)
Cosplayer LayzeMichelle nailed the look of Princess Zelda in Breath of the Wild down to the smallest detail. The custom accessories like the flowers and the Sheikah Slate are just outstanding. Take a closer look in the photos from CsouzaPhotography below. [click to continue…]
BoxLunch just got a rush of new, nerdy makeup bags in stock with themes that include Doctor Who, Star Wars, The Legend of Zelda and Batman/Batgirl. Take a closer look at the lineup below. [click to continue…]
The official ‘Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’ Tunic Dress has been pretty popular, but if a dress isn’t your thing, you can now get the design in a t-shirt cut in sizes S to XXL for $25.99.
The Sheikah Eye Symbol featured in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild makes for pretty cool looking jewelry that would pair perfectly with this Zelda tunic dress. The design is available on a necklace, rings and earrings in both blue and orange. [click to continue…]
This rolltop backpack looks a lot like Link…without limbs or a head. Still awesome—but I must say that it would look even better with a Master Sword poking out from the back. [click to continue…]
Brazillian cosplayer Layze Michelle has worked hard to make a number of incarnations of the titular princess from The Legend of Zelda feel real, as well as a handful of other characters. Her cosplay is, quite simply, amazing. Check out a selection of her Zelda cosplays below. [click to continue…]
Brittany of HylianViolinist Art and Cosplay decided to tackle Twilight Princess Zelda cosplay as her first costume project. The results are pretty damn impressive.
She’s even started taking commissions.
Check out more pics from the shoot with Madster below. [click to continue…]