Women

Swindler from Akudama Drive

Swindler (voiced in Japanese by Tomoyo Kurosawa and in English by Macy Anne Johnson) is the main character of Akudama Drive, and the main reason that the entire story of the series kicks off in the first place.

At the start she was just an ordinary girl working for the city she lived in, which had a very firm crackdown on crime and criminals, until an innocent mistake threw her headlong into the world of akudamas where she joined their ranks to save herself.

While her appearance does chance rather drastically by the end of the series, at the start she has shoulder length black hair with pink streaks in her bangs and detailed purplish pink eyes.

Swindler’s main outfit is rather simple, it’s a pink and white zip dress, high fingerless gloves, a blue bracelet, thigh high socks, pink heeled shoes, a small blue backpack, and the digitally linked choker that the other akudamas also have attached to them.

Rayla from The Dragon Prince

Rayla is a character in the Netflix animated series, The Dragon Prince. She is a teenage Moonshadow Elf assassin who allies with Callum and Ezran. The three of them must deliver the Dragon Prince back to his mother. Eventually, Rayla and Callum pursue a romantic relationship. Her exceptional weapon skills make her a known prodigy. You can follow this DIY guide or purchase the ready made costume.

Shock from The Nightmare Before Christmas

Shock, voiced by Catherine O’Hara, is part of the trio of antagonistic Trick or Treaters in the 1993 movie The Nightmare Before Christmas, along with Lock and Barrel.

She has pale green tinted skin, black eyes, stringy and curly deep turquoise hair with the same color around her eyes, and lighter turquoise on her lips.

Shock has a typical sort of witch costume, with a dusty purple hat with a ribbon, a dress of about the same color depending on the version (Kingdom Hearts has a lighter pinkish dress instead) with a darker purple trim around the collar, hem, and sleeves, and wears a green witch mask to go with her costume.

She has what appears to be grey gloves on, and what looks like black thigh high boots (you can probably go with just regular witch boots instead, with the tights listed above, and have the same effect).

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Lara Croft from Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Lara Croft (voiced by Camilla Luddington) is back in the latest iteration of the well-known adventure game.  Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the third, and reportedly, last, game in the Survivor Timeline of the series.  Lara’s look remains as gritty and practical as in earlier installments, with dark cargo pants, fingerless gloves, and a blue and black tank top as her primary costume.  It’s unlikely you’ll find pieces to exactly match her in-game outfits, so focus on getting as close as you can.  Lara uses a pickaxe that would set you back several hundred dollars, so if you decide to accessorize with one, don’t be afraid to go with a cheaper model.

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Andrea Davenport from The Ghost and Molly McGee

Andrea Davenport (voiced by Jules Medcraft) is a top streamer and former nemesis of Molly McGee on the cartoon series The Ghost and Molly McGee.  Andrea can come across as egotistical, but it is eventually revealed that she’s very lonely, thereby becoming a friend of Molly and Libby Stein-Torres.  Andrea has ombre hair and wears a pink hoodie and purple skirt with white boots.

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Anna Worthington

Anna Worthington is a character in Codename: Kids Next Door. She acts as secretary to James Nixon McGarfield, the class president of Gallagher Elementary’s fourth graders. Later on, she becomes his girlfriend. Because of her love for him, Anna is devoted to assisting Jimmy with his schemes. She isn’t a direct villain, but she can be cunning, possessive, and temperamental.

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Apple Dumplin’ from Strawberry Shortcake

Apple Dumplin’ (voiced by Rebecca Shoichert) is a character in the Strawberry Shortcake franchise.  In the 2009 iteration, she is a cousin of Strawberry Shortcake herself who runs a blog.  She’s also best friends with Lemon Meringue and Sour Grapes.  Apple Dumplin’s look consists of a plaid skirt, white and yellow leggings, a white tee, and a yellow vest.  She accessorizes with a red knit hat, apple hair clip, and green belt.  She finishes off the look with a pair of red boots.  If you can’t find white and yellow striped leggings, a pair of pale yellow ones will also work.

Madisynn from She-Hulk

Madisynn (Patty Guggenheim) is a character in the Disney+ Marvel series, She-Hulk. Her name is Madisynn with a “Y” but not where you think it is. She first appears as a volunteer in Donny Blaze’s magic show, tipsy off her martini. His misuse of the Mystic Arts sends her through a portal to another dimension, where she meets Wong. She testifies against Blaze as a victim of his crimes. She also claims she made a deal with a demon that she can’t disclose (Mephisto, perhaps?) Madisynn quickly became a fan favorite, notably for the post-credit scene where she watches The Sopranos with Wong, whom she affectionately calls “Wongers.”

The Prince from Bullet Train

The Prince, played by Joey King, is one of the unsuspectingly key players in the new 2022 action comedy movie, Bullet Train.

Her general appearance is meant to portray that of an innocent young girl in order to not seem involved with the rest of the gritty details going on in the rest of the train, so the majority of her outfit is done in soft pinks and reds.

She has brown shoulder length hair that’s parted to the side, with a red x hairclip keeping the longer side out of her face, greyish blue eyes, thick eyeliner and mascara, pink lipstick, and matching pink nails.
Her outfit consists of a peach pink silk short sleeved button up shirt, a coral silk tie, a deep pink sweater vest, a red pleated skirt, white ankle socks, black sneakers, a baby pink winter coat over the whole ensemble, and she has a gold watch and gold rings on her wrist and hands.

Dahlia Hawthorne from Ace Attorney

Dahlia Hawthorne (voiced in Japanese by Rina Satō and in English by Dani Chambers) is one of the key characters in Phoenix Wright’s backstory, debuting in Turnabout Memories, the first episode of the third Ace Attorney video game, Trials and Tribulations.

She has a long string of plots and attempted/completed murders connected to the plans she’s tried to pull over the course of the past events of that case, including pretending to be Phoenix’s girlfriend in college, and causing mass amounts of misfortune to befall a large chunk of the cast at that time.

Dahlia likes to portray a more innocent act to make people believe her more in court and in general, and has a very soft appearance, with a gentle face.

She has straight auburn hair that falls to her mid-back, pulled into two styled braids at the top, grey-brown eyes with emphasized lashes, and she wears a white strappy summer dress with pink trim detailing, a sheer pink shawl, white chunky open toed heels with white butterflies on them, while carrying a domed white parasol with a pink sheer trim, and has white butterflies with pink wing tips flying around her in most of her sprites.