Agent Booth from Bones

Agent Booth

Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) is an FBI agent on television’s “Bones.” He is the FBI liaison to the Jeffersonian Institute, where he works with Dr. Temperance Brennan. Despite the standards of the FBI, Booth allows his personality to show through with quirky ties, socks, and his trademark “Cocky” belt buckle.

Princess Tiana as Waitress

Arguably the most hardworking and ambitious of all of Disney’s princesses, Tiana (Anika Noni Rose) is the protagonist of The Princess and The Frog. She is a cook and waitress living in Jazz Age New Orleans, with the dream of opening her own restaurant. After a series of misadventures involving voodoo, bayou creatures, and a Maldonian prince, she eventually accomplishes her goal.

Bombshell Starfire

In the DC Bombshells universe, Starfire is a burlesque dancer, fire dancer, and member of Red Hood and the Outlaws. She performs in the circus and her costume is reminiscent of the burlesque dancers of the 1940’s.

Mai Valentine

In Yu-Gi-Oh!, a beautiful and largely arrogant duelist, Mai Valentine (Haruhi Terada / Megan Hollingshead) is a rival of Yugi Muto (Shunsuke Kazama / Dan Green) and his friends. She cons and seduces men out of money and victories with her faux-psychic powers and her Harpies deck. After spending more time with the protagonists of the series, however, she becomes less cold and hesitant to the idea of having actual friends.

Zoe Benson

The main protagonist of the TV series American Horror Story: Coven, Zoe Benson (Taissa Farmiga) finds herself at Miss Robichaux’s Academy for Exceptional Young Women after discovering that she has the unfortunate power to kill her lovers during sex. Through her eyes the viewers learn about the history of the Academy, the power struggles within and without and the difficulty of interpersonal conflicts with powerful witches. Within the coven she dresses the most like a classical witch, favoring a wide black hat.

Arnold Shortman in Hey Arnold!

Arnold is calm and upbeat with an overall optimistic personality. He often goes out of his way to help others and has a gift for advising others. Throughout the series he has a number of one-sided crushes that would give Taylor Swift a run for her money. While it may be a bit of stretch to reshape your head into a football, you can certainly reshape the wig into the right hairstyle.

Skeeter Valentine

Skeeter, full name Mosquito Alumni Valentine, is Doug’s goofy and eccentric best friend. He is known for his blue skin tone and the honking noise he uses as a catchphrase for greeting people. Skeeter is a loyal friend who often offers Doug advice and helps him in his quest to woo Patti Mayonnaise.

Marianne Thornberry

Marianne Hunter Thornberry is the wife of Nigel Thornberry and the mother of Eliza Thornberry and Debbie Thornberry in the Nickelodeon TV series The Wild Thornberries. She’s the one behind the camera and edits the nature show that she and her husband Nigel created. Marianne is often the voice of reason in most situations.

Theodore Roosevelt from Night at the Museum

Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt was an American statesman, author, explorer, soldier, and naturalist, who served as the 26th President of the United States from 1901 to 1909. He was portrayed by the late Robin Williams in the 2006 American fantasy-comedy film Night at the Museum. This costume guide is aimed at recreating that look.

Kyle Spencer

Originally a fraternity boy who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, Kyle Spencer (Evan Peters) ends up a zombie put together from parts of his fellow fraternity brothers in the TV series American Horror Story: Coven. A kind, smart, resourceful boy with a promising future, Kyle becomes rather stoic and barbaric after transforming into a zombie, possessing incredible strength. This guide covers his after-death outfit, plus an optional fraternity jacket.