David Shield from My Hero Academia

David (voiced in Japanese by Katsuhisa Namase and in English by Ray Chase) is a secondary main character in the first My Hero Academia movie, Two Heroes.

He used to be All Might’s sidekick when they were younger as well as his costume designer, and since went on to being a professional support items scientist. His daughter Melissa is following in his footsteps and studying to be a support specialist for heroes as well.

David has short, semi-messy light brown hair and a matching goatee (I had some difficulties with the wig, hopefully this will be a good enough one to style like his hair), and his eyes are a tealish-aqua color, which he wears dark blue glasses over. His main outfit is a dark navy button-up shirt, light greyish-blue pants with a dark brown belt holding them up. His shoes are a pair of sneakers in red, white, and blueish-grey, and he also wears both a black wristwatch and a wedding ring on the same arm.

Captain Mack

Captain Mack (portaryed by Bennett Thorpe) is a children’s television persona from British television.  Captain Mack and his monkey engineer Samson watch over Sunshine City from Sky Rocket Control.  Captain Mack wears a red jumpsuit with silver accessories including a helmet, belt, gloves, and boots.  Use silver tape to recreate the shoulder details on your own costume.

Cheshire from Alice’s Warped Wonderland/Alice in Distortionworld

Cheshire is a main character in the video game Alice’s Warped Wonderland/Alice in Distortionworld.

He, like most other characters bearing the same name, is both a guide to Alice and an annoyance. They spend most of the game together, getting into various harrowing situations both involving him and caused by him.

We never see him with his hood down, so his outfit consists of an extremely long floor length grey robe with very long sleeves, and a long thin red ribbon attached to a golden bell. The little we can see of his face with a large smattering of freckles, and an extremely wide smile with dirty, sharp teeth.

Barb Howard from Fallout

A new TV series has been going viral online for its spot-on live action adaptation of the video game franchise Fallout that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world. This series depicts the aftermath of The Great War of 2077, where survivors take refuge in fallout shelters or Vaults, which are actually all created as different experiments on the people who live in them. It follows a woman named Lucy who leaves Vault 33 to find her father in the dangerous wasteland of what is left of Los Angeles. She runs into a Ghoul bounty hunter, originally named Cooper Howard. In the series we also get to meet Cooper’s wife named Barb Howard, and learn more about their story as the series progresses.

To dress like Barb Howard, wear a 50s style peach or pink dress, a short deep brown curly wig, retro heels, and pearl jewelry.

You can also match as a couple or family following my guide for her husband Cooper Howard and daughter Janey Howard.

Tiff Crust from My Life as a Teenage Robot

Tiff Crust from My Life as a Teenage Robot

In My Life as a Teenage Robot, Tiffany “Tiff” Crust (voiced by Cree Summer) is the grungier half of the Crust Cousins. Alongside Brit Crust, she’s a highly fashionable and popular girl who bullies the students at Tremorton High School. Brit often clashes brashly with Jenny Wakeman and her friends.

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Will Trent

Will Trent (played by Ramón Rodríguez) is the titular GBI agent from the series Will Trent, based on the series of books by Karin Slaughter.  Will grew up in the foster care system alongside off-and-on girlfriend Angie Polaski and solves crimes in Atlanta with his partner Faith Mitchell.  He has a penchant for three-piece suits, loves his adopted pup Betty, and always carries a handkerchief.  To build your costume, you’ll need a brown three-piece suit, button down shirt, dress shoes, and tie.  Top it off witha white handkerchief and a stuffed pup to stand in as your Betty.

Neopolitan (School Disguise) from RWBY

Neo is a major antagonist in the online series RWBY, created by Rooster Teeth. While she doesn’t speak, she does technically have some small sounds that she makes, which are provided by Casey Lee Williams in English, and by Konomi Fujimura in Japanese.

She has the ability to change her appearance into whatever she wishes, due to her Semblance ‘Overactive Imagination’, and uses this for many infiltration purposes. During volume 3, she joins in with the rest of Cinder’s team to sneak into Beacon and take part in the Vytal Festival Tournament, though we only see her in this disguise in one very brief scene.

Neo’s normally tri-colored hair is changed to black for this disguise, and worn up in two long pigtails, tied with white bows. Her eyes are green upon first seeing her, but right at the moment of attack, she lets her heterochromia show, and you can see her pink and brown eyes again. Her shirt is a black, sleeveless crop stop with a high collar, tied with a black ribbon, and topped with white ruffle accents. The bottom half appears to be a black and white paneled skirt (the angle makes it very difficult to tell if they’re shorts or a skirt), with a white belt at the top and white ribbon detailing along the side. The outfit is finished off with elbow-length black gloves, white and black leg warmers, and black boots with her symbol on the bottom.

Kyle from Lady Bird

Kyle is a character from the A24 film Lady Bird, directed by Greta Gerwig and is played by Timothee Chalamet. Lady Bird follows a strong-willed high school senior that goes by Lady Bird, as she navigates troubles with her family, the transition through graduation, and what she wants in life. One of the love interests in the film is Kyle who she meets at a cafe.

To dress like Kyle, wear a navy blue zip jacket and gray button down shirt or for his school uniform, a light blue shirt, khaki pants, and a red tie.

Xion (Casual Outfit) from Kingdom Hearts III

Xion (voiced in Japanese by Risa Uchida and in English by both Alyson Stoner and Hayden Panettiere) is one of the main important characters in the Kingdom Hearts game franchise, specifically 358/2 Days. This article will be focusing on her outfit specifically in KH3, please go here to find her Organization cloak version.

For this outfit, her hair and eyes are the same as shown in her 358/2 Days appearance. During the end of KH3, she changes into a black dress similar in form to Kairi’s KH3 outfit, with a grey pleated skirt. She’s also exchanged her Organization XIII boots for black boots with a light topper ring, and metal studded bands around the top of the foot.

Delia Deetz from Beetlejuice Beetlejuice (2024)

The new trailer for the second Beetlejuice film released recently and is called Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, planned to release this fall of 2024. The film takes place in the future after the previous one we all know from 1988. Most of the cast is the same as the original, playing their original characters we all know and love.

One of the characters returning is Delia Deetz, played again by Catherine O’Hara. To dress like Delia as we can see her in the trailer, wear a black cape coat over a black asymmetrical top or vest, black skirt, black tights, and stylish black and white sneakers. She also wears a black fur hat with stylish red gloves that match her hair and lipstick. To add even more detail, carry a white lace handkerchief and outline with a black sharpie or fabric marker.

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