Nymphadora Tonks (referred to by everyone as just "Tonks") is an auror and a member of The Order of the Phoenix. She is also a metamorphagus, which gives her the ability to alter her look at will, though she usually chooses her signature bubblegum pink or purple hair. Tonks is notoriously clumsy and is known for her quirky sense of style.
February 21, 2013 by Stacey
Rita Skeeter is a witch journalist whom Albus Dumbledore has described as “enchantingly nasty.” When she is not spying and eavesdropping for stories in her secret animagus form, the beetle, she can be identified by her bright blonde curls, her Quick Notes Quill, and her mischievous smile.
August 12, 2013 by Jaime
Being The Childlike Empress comes with a lot of pressure. The monarch essentially has to wait for little kids to give her a new name lest she die and take the kingdom with her. While dressing like her doesn’t come with any ruling power, you will at the very least have a back up outfit for your wedding day. All you need is a white dress and a beaded headpiece. It also helps if you look young for your age.December 16, 2013 by Amy
Dolores Umbridge was a Ministry of Magic bureaucrat until she is appointed as the Defence Against the Dark Arts Professor at Hogwarts. Don’t let her prim and pink appearance fool you, she’s a witch of the truest sense and will use whatever means necessary to enforce the rules.
March 13, 2017 by Tom
In Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Propentina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston) and her sister Queenie raised each other after their parents died of Dragon Pox. She works a ho-hum position for the Magical Congress of the United States of America , at least until she runs into Newt Scamander on the streets of New York.August 12, 2013 by Jaime
Bastian may have conjured up his fantasies in “The Neverending Story” but little did he know he was also channeling the ’90s skater boy look way before anyone else. Chances are you probably have a few of these items in your closet already. However, what really makes this costume is the book. Luckily for you we live in a world of technology, so you can skip the hardback copy and go straight for “The Neverending Story” Kindle cover.
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