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Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes

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Would you like to have some interesting children costume for your kids? Here the Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes can satisfy your needs.Whoa, I must say that's a lot just listing it down and the costume details are definitely top notch. ...
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Specifications:


  • You will be flashing in this "knock your eyes out" Anime Costume suit
  • This stylish Anime Costume will make you stand out at any party
  • Just from the charming color and style of this Anime Costume, you definitely have a looker and sure winner
  • Whoa, I must say that's a lot just listing it down and the Women Costume details are definitely top notch
  • The exquisite workmanship and high quality material make this Cheap Costume suit used for a long time
  • For limited inventory, some styles need 4-7 days to customize
  • Material: Woolen

Details:

Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes


  • This cosplay costume suit is perfect for plays, theatrical productions, or as a unique Halloween costume

Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes


  • The material is soft and comfortable to wear, you will feel good wearing this suit

Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes


  • Just stand out from the crowd with the cosplay costume, you will be eye-catching

Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes


  • The exquisite workmanship and high quality material make this Cheap Costume suit used for a long time

What is Cosplay:

Cosplay short for "costume play" is a type of performance art in which participants don costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Characters are often drawn from popular fiction in Japan. Favorite sources include manga, anime, tokusatsu, comic books, graphic novels, video games, hentai and fantasy movies. Role play includes portrayals of J-pop and J-rock stars, Taiwanese puppet characters, science fiction characters, characters from musical stories, classic novels, and entertainment software. Any entity from the real or virtual world that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject. Inanimate objects are given anthropomorphic forms and it is not unusual to see genders switched, with women playing male roles and vice versa.

How to be a Cosplayer:


  • To be a cosplayer you first need a costume. You can make your costume, either by sewing or by putting it together from already made pieces
  • Find your accessories. Some costumes aren't complete without their accessories. For example, if you are cosplaying as Kaylee from the Sci-Fi show, "Firefly", it's helpful to have her rainbow parasol. It helps identify you as that character
  • Find a place to wear your costume! Halloween is not the only day you can get dolled up in your favorite costume
  • Pose and be nice. Some people will want to comment on your costume and / or take your picture. Posing for pictures is a really fun part of cosplaying

How to Make a Cosplay Costume:


  • REFERENCE PHOTOS. Find as many reference photos as you can for your costume. Go online and google some image searches and print the higher quality pictures you can find. To save ink and paper, I would recommend saving the pictures on your computer, cut the images out and pasting them onto a whole new page so you'll have one page full of pictures. Also, make sure you find different views and angles of your costume. There are some parts harder to see than others, so if you're not 100% sure, just guess
  • FINDING THE PATTERNS. Go to a fabric store (i.e. JoAnn's, Hancock's, Walmart, etc) and look through their patterns. You may need to purchase more than one pattern, so if money is an issue, go to JoAnn's during one of their pattern sales and rummage through. Trust me, it'll be a lot cheaper if you do that and they always have a pattern sale every few weeks (reg. $10-$17 vs. sale $.99-$3.99...BIG difference!). Also, be sure to know your measurements (chest, waist, arm length, etc) ahead of time so you can buy the right size of pattern. Another tip, if you can't find the EXACT pattern for a piece of your costume, don't worry about it. Just find something close to it, you can always make adjustments later
  • FABRICS & THREADS. Once you have the right pattern, look on the back to see how much fabric you'll need (again, it greatly helps if you already know your measurements!). Now, you can hunt for the fabric. There are VERY many types of fabrics to choose from, but since I'm assuming this is just for Halloween and will only be worn once or twice, all you need to determine is color, texture/type, and cost
  • Color: Chances are, you're not going to find the EXACT hue you're looking for because references can have different shadows and highlights that will make it near impossible to determine which hue is the right hue. So just pick a color and be happy with it
  • Texture/Type: When looking, don't settle for something thin and cheap like lining, quilter's fabric, or 'costume fabric'. At the fabric store, check out their linens, bottom weights (i.e. twill, canvas, & denim), muslin, and knits (stretchy fabrics)
  • *Cost: You don't want to spend a fortune on a costume. Look for sales and specials at the fabric stores you go to. Hancock's and JoAnn's both have coupons every other week, so sign up for their mailer...it may take a while to get one though. Here's a tip, if you get a coupon from Hancocks or Michael's (Michael's is a craft store), JoAnn's will honor their coupons (unless you're using a Michael's coupon on fabric, then they won't honor it)
  • Now, back to knowing how much you'll need. When you have your fabric, see if it is 45" or 60" in width. If 45", you'll need a tad bit more of fabric versus a 60", you'll need less. The pattern will tell you how much you'll need for a 45" and a 60" width. Also if you're not that confident in sewing, it's okay to buy an extra 1/2-2 yards. Better safe than sorry
  • Also, while you have your fabric, look for threads. My suggestion is an All-Purpose thread. And again, you might not find the exact color, so if you can't decide between two colors (say one is slightly lighter, while the other is slightly darker), rule of thumb says go with the darker thread
  • WASHING & IRONING. Washing your fabrics before you sew them is important for several reasons. Two biggest reasons are shrinkage and dyes. Wash your fabrics separately to prevent any discoloration. If you're worried about putting it in the washer or dryer, you can hand wash it in a tub or hang it to dry (mind you, if you go that route, you should continue to wash your finished costume that way as well)
  • After it's dried, iron your fabric to prevent unwanted wrinkles or creases that may obstruct the sewing process
  • CUTTING THE PATTERS/FABRICS. This is the step I hate the most, but it is the easiest. Take your pattern and start cutting your pieces according to your size. Follow the pattern steps closely to prevent any errors or unnecessary confusion. Keep in mind, you might have a pattern that does not require you to cut out every piece, so just make sure you read your pattern
  • After you have your pieces cut out, lay them out on the fabric closely together, and pin the pieces to the fabric. Cut the pinned pieces out with a pair of sharp scissors (you'll want a sharp pair since fabric can be sensitive to dull or semi-dull scissors)
  • SEWING THE FABRICS. Follow the pattern steps when sewing the pieces together. Unfortunately, I can't help much with this step since I don't know what pattern you're using or how good you are at sewing. It is a good idea though to have someone help you out with fittings, but usually that comes a little later in the sewing process
  • FINAL FITTING. After you've sewn and fitted everything, try on your costume. Make sure you can move well in it and that there aren't any areas that will rip, tear, or choke you. If there are, take some time to adjust those parts; it'll help in the long run

How To Measure For Women:

Women Soul Eater Anime Cosplay Costumes

Size in Detail:


Female Size(cm)


XXS


XS


S


M


L


XL


XXL


XXXL


Bust


65-70


70-75


75-80


80-85


85-90


90-95


95-100


100-105


Waist


50-55


55-60


60-65


65-70


70-75


75-80


80-85


85-90


Hip


70-75


75-80


80-85


85-90


90-95


95-100


100-105


105-110


Height


140-145


145-150


150-155


155-160


160-165


165-170


170-175


175-180



Children Size(cm)


Age


Height


Bust


Waist


XXS


1-2years


90


60


42


XS


3-4years


100


64


45


S


5-6years


110


68


48


M


7-8years


120


74


51


L


9-10years


130


76


54


XL


11-12years


140


80


57


XXL


13-14years


150


84


60


XXXL


15-16years


160


88


63



NOTE:


  • These dimensions are for reference only. Specific dimension varies from person to person
  • The size detail bases on "Help/Buying Guide/Conversion Reference"

What is Cosplay:

Cosplay short for "costume play" is a type of performance art in which participants don costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Characters are often drawn from popular fiction in Japan. Favorite sources include manga, anime, tokusatsu, comic books, graphic novels, video games, hentai and fantasy movies. Role play includes portrayals of J-pop and J-rock stars, Taiwanese puppet characters, science fiction characters, characters from musical stories, classic novels, and entertainment software. Any entity from the real or virtual world that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject. Inanimate objects are given anthropomorphic forms and it is not unusual to see genders switched, with women playing male roles and vice versa.

How to be a Cosplayer:


  • To be a cosplayer you first need a costume. You can make your costume, either by sewing or by putting it together from already made pieces
  • Find your accessories. Some costumes aren't complete without their accessories. For example, if you are cosplaying as Kaylee from the Sci-Fi show, "Firefly", it's helpful to have her rainbow parasol. It helps identify you as that character
  • Find a place to wear your costume! Halloween is not the only day you can get dolled up in your favorite costume
  • Pose and be nice. Some people will want to comment on your costume and / or take your picture. Posing for pictures is a really fun part of cosplaying

Package Included:


  • 1 x Underwear
  • 1 x Pants
  • 1 x Dress
  • 1 x Hat