Merlin

In the BBC series of the same name, Merlin (Colin Morgan) is a sorcerer, Dragonlord, and beloved friend/advisor to Prince Arthur Pendragon (Bradley James), the young heir to the throne. The series follows him and his adventures following his destiny in the kingdom of Camelot. His costume is often a combination of red, blue, and brown, although the blue and red pieces sometimes switch.

Omi from Xiaolin Showdown

Omi from Xiaolin Showdown

In Xiaolin Showdown, Omi was the Xiaolin Dragon of Water in training who journeyed in a quest for all Shen Gong Wu. An orphaned monk, Omi was nurtured by Master Fung and Dojo Kanojo Cho in the Xiaolin Temple ever since he was a child. The truth to Omi’s true family remains a mystery.

Killer Frost (Earth Two)

In the parallel timeline dubbed Earth Two from the television show The Flash, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker), real name Caitlin, was a metahuman villain allied with her husband Deathstorm (Robbie Amell), Reverb (Carlos Valdes), and the evil speedster Zoom (Teddy Sears). Her ability to shoot frozen air out of her palms complemented her lover’s fiery fury. Similar to Earth One’s Killer Frost, she has an affinity for black leather.

Duo Maxwell

The class clown and best pilot of his group, Duo Maxwell helms the gundam Deathsythe on the anime TV series Gundam Wing. An orphan raised by the Maxwell church, he is the most personable, lively and ‘human’ of the pilots. Calling himself “shinigami”, or ‘the god of death’, he is always willing to come to the aid of his friends and shies away from no fight. He wears his hair in a signature long braid and dresses in a vintage jodhpurs outfit that bears hints of his religious upbringing.

Leonardo Watch

In Blood Blockade Battlefront, Leonardo “Leo” Watch is a kind and humble young photographer who came to Jerusalem’s Lot to help his ailing sister. A mysterious entity gave him the “All-seeing Eyes of God,” granting him a variety of ocular powers, at the cost of his sister’s sight.

Alice from Resident Evil

Placed in a mansion to guard the emergency exit of Umbrella Corporation’s bio-weaponry facility called The Hive, Alice (Milla Jovovich) is a covert security officer in the movie Resident Evil and its sequels. In the first installment she suffers from amnesia for most of the film, gradually regaining memories as she fights to survive a zombie-infested Hive in Raccoon City. This guide covers her iconic first film outfit, a red dress with combat boots.

Bombshell Supergirl

In DC Bombshells, Supergirl is used as propaganda for Soviet Russia after enlisting in their flight program. Her look is inspired by WWII pinups, so glamour waves or victory roll hairstyles are perfect for capturing her look, as well as classic pinup makeup. The red satin belt is used to tie the corset and skirt together, and the “Superman” patch can be added to recreate her logo.

Huey, Dewey, and Louis from Quack Pack

Huey, Dewey, and Louie from Quack Pack

Huey, Dewey and Louie are portrayed as teenagers in the Quack Pack series for the first and last time. Huey, Dewey and Louie have distinct personalities moreso than they have been presented with in their earlier lives. They usually resort to extreme and strange measures to avoid getting into trouble with their uncle and to achieve their ambitions

Sonya Blade (Movie Version)

Sonya Blade (1995 Movie)

Sonya Blade (Bridgette Wilson) is a special forces agent who must compete in the tenth Mortal Kombat tournament in order to prevent humanity from damnation. This version of Sonya Blade is from the live-action Mortal Kombat film from 1995, and her clothing is much more realistic for special forces than the video game version of Sonya Blade.

Bombshell Ravager

In DC Bombshells, Ravager is a prophetic pirate who joins the other members of the Suicide Squad at Belle Reeve Manor. Her look is inspired by pirate pinups, and though the exact color scheme is difficult to find, the essence of the character is easily captured with steampunk fashion and accessories.