Jacob from Abbott Elementary

Jacob is a character in the school comedy series Abbott Elementary, and is played by Chris Perfetti. Jacob is a history grade teacher at the elementary school in the series. He is an awkward but genuine and supportive character, as well as good friends with Janine.

Jacob’s wardrobe consists of lots of brown tones and flannels. He often pairs a flannel printed or plaid dress shirt with a blazer. Another look of his is a green teal bomber jacket with a cream turtleneck and brown pants, and always a blue lanyard for his school ID along with the other teachers at Abbott.

Samekichi from Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea

Samekichi is one of the main characters in the pixel horror game (and manga adaptation) Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea.

He was the first one to become one of Wada’s familiars and cares for her very deeply, even though he ends up having to try and push her away to keep her safe from his twin brother, Sal. Like the rest of the familiars, he is animal based, with his being a shark. He is able to shift between both the humanoid version, and his shark form at will.

Samekichi has blueish grey shaggy hair, worn partially in his face, and just past his chin, with a notched shark fin sticking out of the top. His eyes are also a deep shaded blue, with a grey overtone to them. His usual outfit consists of a light grey undershirt, with a black jacket with a white fur trim over top, and dark greyish-black pants with his shark tail coming out of the back. It’s finished off with a metal anchor necklace to represent his connection to Wada, a black belt, dark gloves, and black heeled shoes with blue soles.

Mitsuba Sangū from Owari no Seraph/Seraph of the End

Mitsuba (voiced in Japanese by Yuka Iguchi and in English by Alex Moore) is one of the secondary main characters in the anime/manga Seraph of the End.

She is a member of Shinoa’s Moon Demon squad, and can be a bit hot-headed, as well as a strong fighter. Her weapon is an extremely large stylized black and green battle axe, which she uses practically effortlessly.

Mitsuba has long golden blonde hair worn up into two high pigtails on either side of her head, as well as bangs framing her face, and purple eyes. Her outfit consists of the same type of uniform as the others, wearing a matching women’s style one with Shinoa, with the same sort of black jacket with a red bow at the collar, and green and black skirt, though she wears the sleeves of her jacket rolled to her elbows for easier fighting. The rest of the outfit consists of a pair of black and gold boots, and a pair of white wrist-length gloves.

Ada from Lamb

Ada is a character from the A24 film called Lamb. Lamb is a fantasy/horror film that takes place in rural Iceland. A couple there discovers an unnatural newborn lamb in their sheep barn that is a human and sheep hybrid, and decide to take in the lamb as their own.

This character would make for a hilarious and clever costume for movie fans, especially those who enjoy horror and A24. For the past few years we have seen A24 themed costume parties pop up in viral videos around Halloween every year, especially when people get super creative, so this would be a great one for that. To dress like Ada, wear a lamb/sheep mask or hat with ears, a wildflower crown, a navy raincoat and blue cable-knit sweater to create this recognizable look from the film.

The Boulet Brothers

The Boulet Brothers are a drag artist duo, consisting of Dracmorda Boulet and Swanthula Boulet. They are well known in the alternative drag and nightlife scene. They produce and host The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, a reality competition show that features dark, horror-themed drag looks. Their looks are always matching, often in black and red with latex and velvet fabric choices.

toriel from undertale

Toriel from Undertale

Toriel is the second creature the protagonist meets in the pixelated game Undertale.  She meets them in Flowey and is the caretaker of the Ruins.  She is also the mother of Asriel.  Toriel is a goat-like creature with white fur, long ears, and horns.  She wears a long, flowing purple dress with white sleeves.  To create your costume, you’ll need white fuzzy shoes and a headband with horns and long animal ears.  You can find replica costumes for Toriel, but they can be expensive.  If you’d rather choose a dress that’s similar even if it isn’t an exact match, you may also want to use a white bandana to cover your hair.

Idate/Orca from Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea/Ice Scream

Idate is a secondary antagonist (and general nuisance) in the pixel horror game Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, and a more key character in the interactive web-based game Ice Scream, both created by Deep Sea Prisoner/Funamusea.

He is a humanized orca (and does have an animal form), and likes wandering around and bothering other characters in the media he’s in, to the point of violence and harassment. He loves cigarettes and cannibalizing other creatures around him, even if only in parts.

Idate has very fluffy chin length black hair, with a fin sticking up out of the top, and white spots mirroring his orca form along the top of his hair, matching the orca tail coming from his back. His eyes are tiny black dots in large white scleras. His usual outfit is a black blazer and matching slacks, worn over a dark grey button-up shirt, and occasionally tied with a black tie, depending on the art. The outfit is finished off with black gloves, black heeled shoes (though in some shots it looks like he’s wearing slippers), and he’s often, if not always, seen holding a cigarette, as he’s very dependent on them.

Rotty from Alice’s Warped Wonderland/Alice in Distortionworld

Rotty (the small spotty one in the image) is a minor character in the video game Alice’s Warped Wonderland/Alice in Distortionworld.

He plays a very small part, as he only appears in one area, but he is a child-like character that is made of rotten bread, hence the name. There are other bread-men characters within that section of the game, but he is the only one that looks like that, the others are alarmingly buff.

Rotty has dark eyes (in game, though his chibi form looks a bit different) and his entire body is comprised of bread with several mold spots, and he doesn’t wear clothes (Ken doll-esque). The main prop-type piece he’s seen with, in the brief part of the game he shows up in, is a large fork.

Guy from Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Umbrellas of Cherbourg is a French musical film from 1964, and is directed by Jacques Demy. This colorful film follows Genevieve who works at a local boutique that sells umbrellas as she meets Guy, a mechanic who later becomes drafted and their relationship is tested.

Guy has a classic menswear style but is unique in that his outfits include bright pops of color. One look that can be easily recreated includes a khaki raincoat worn over a blue pinstriped blazer, and underneath that a pink button down shirt with a navy printed tie. Another is a brown blazer with a bright blue teal shirt.