Portia from The White Lotus

In season 2 of The White Lotus, Portia is socialite Tanya’s personal assistant, accompanying her on a ritzy vacation to Sicily. This Gen Z’s fashion, or lack thereof, has gotten plenty of notice, with actor Haley Lu Richardson explaining it reflects the character’s own lack of identity. Her colorful outfits feature plenty of knitwear, which makes sense since Haley crochets goods available on her Etsy store, HookedByHaleyLu, on the side.

Roxanne Ritchi from Megamind

Roxanne Ritchi (voiced by Tina Fey) is a Metro City reporter in the animated film Megamind.  Roxanne is the one-time rumored girlfriend of superhero Metro Man, and has been kidnapped by Megamind so often she is no longer afraid of him.  Roxanne has short brown hair and wears a white button-down blouse with a grey pencil skirt and black heels.  When it’s revealed her cameraman Hal Stewart has gone bad, Roxanne does all she can to stop him and protect Metro City.

Doug Whitmore from 50 First Dates

Doug Whitmore from 50 First Dates

In 50 First Dates, Doug Whitmore (Sean Astin) is Lucy Whitmore’s older brother and an ever-flexing, steroid-abusing bodybuilder. You’ll always find him decked out in muscle shirts, workout pants, weight-lifting belts, and fingerless gloves. Inspired by his fashion, professional NFL football player Jason Kelce arrived for a recent Eagles game in the same get-up.

Emma from The Promised Neverland

Emma from The Promised Neverland

In The Promised Neverland, Emma is a smart, cheerful, friendly 11 year old living at the Grace Field House orphanage. Life there is idyllic, with good food, comfortable beds, and plenty of games. When they find out that their purpose is to be raised as meat for demons, it’s Emma who leads the other orphans to escape for freedom.

el tigre from the adventures of manny rivera

El Tigre from El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera

El Tigre (voiced by Alanna Ubach) is the super alter ego of Manny Rivera on the Nickelodeon animated series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera.  Manny’s transformation into El Tigre includes some pretty stark changes, including the addition of a tiger tail, ears, and sharpened claws.  To dress as El Tigre, you can layer boots, a belt, and a red bandana over a black bodysuit.  For some extra authenticity, you can also use scar wax to add the scar Manny has over his left eye.

empress of light from terraria

Empress of Light from Terraria

The Empress of Light is a Hardmode boss from the Terraria video game.  She is encountered in the Hallow.  The Empress of Light has a beautiful, prismatic appearance, despite her vicious attack style.  To recreate her look, use golden yellow body paint on your face and neck to match the color of your bodysuit.  Then, you’ll pair it with a blue monokini or cut-out leotard, gloves, boots, and ruffles worn around your upper arms, as well as a pink wig and matching pink open-front skirt.  Finally, you’ll need a pair of elf ears (which you can make appear more yellow with the same body paint used on your face), a blue unicorn horn, and gold crown.  Finally, don’t forget your impressive multicolored wings.

Zack from Carmen Sandiego

Zack (voiced by Michael Hawley) is part of Carmen’s main team in the 2019 Netflix adaptation of Carmen Sandiego.

He’s part of the team with his sister Ivy, and tends to be a bit less attentive when it comes to missions as he’s a bit distracted, but when it really comes to it he tries his best to actually contribute. Zack is very good at bluffing his way out of bad situations, which he tends to end up in very often, usually of his own making.

Like Ivy, he has reddish orange hair and greenish-blue eyes, with prominent freckles on his face. He wears a long sleeve shirt with a red and white jersey-type t-shirt over top, casual blue jeans, black socks, and black high-top converse shoes.

Hacker from Akudama Drive

Hacker, or The Hacker, (voiced in Japanese by Shun Horie and in English by Y. Chang) is part of the main cast of the anime Akudama Drive, and one of the group of criminals or ‘Akudama’ that are key to the story.

None of the characters have much of an explained backstory, or a known name, so he simply just goes by Hacker. He’s true to his name in that aspect, as he takes great joy in interesting technological struggles that he’s able to force past, and gets bored easily when he can’t find something that interests him.

He has very messy blondish brown hair and one visible blue eye, while the other is covered by a glowing eyepatch. The outfit he wears is almost entirely body covering, with a long greyish white turtleneck shirt and a tailcoated blue jacket that he wears nearly open over it. His hair is partially covered by a hat that glows like his eyepatch and is the same color as his coat. Hacker also has a pair of black pants with a blue end piece covering them, and odd looking almost spat-like blue and black boots.

Wrath from Fullmetal Alchemist

Wrath (voiced in Japanese by Nana Mizuki and in English by Luci Christian) is a variation of the character that is exclusive to the 2003 adaptation of Fullmetal Alchemist, and is not found in the manga or in Brotherhood.

He is a being that came to be after Izumi Curtis tried to use alchemy to revive her baby, much in the same way the Elric brothers did, and it went just about as well. As a part of the group of Homunculi, he’s well suited to his name, becoming more and more like the title after consuming the stones.

Wrath has long, shaggy, blackish-brown hair and slitted violet eyes. He wears a similar outfit to Envy’s in style, once fully becoming a homunculus. It’s formed of a black crop turtleneck with a short, partial sleeve crop top over it, small matching shorts, and one foot cover/wrist cover respectively. There are red circular markings that start at mid-thigh and continue up past the bottom of the shirt, much like the ones the others have.