american horror story

Cordelia Foxx

As the Headmistress of the witch coven housed in Miss Robichaux’s Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, Cordelia Foxx (Sarah Paulson) guides her students with a gentle, caring hand in the TV series American Horror Story: Coven. She is the daughter of the former and extremely powerful Supreme, although she and her mother have a strained – and sometimes murderous – relationship. Cordelia, a master of herbs and potions, understands the dark powers gathering against her coven and will sacrifice everything to protect it. This guide is for her outfit after she looses her eyesight, when her clothes change from a mix of white and black to predominantly black.

Bloody Face

In American Horror Story Asylum, Bloody Face is a serial killer who started murdering in the early 1960s. His true identity is suspected to be a gas station worker named Kit, but it turns out to be respected psychiatrist Dr. Oliver Thredson (Zachary Quinto), and decades later, his son Johnny Morgan (Dylan McDermott).

Twisty the Clown

Twisty is a disgraced clown played by John Carroll Lynch in American Horror Story: Freak Show who uses increasingly twisted methods to regain his position as an entertainer of children. He wears a makeshift prosthetic mask nearly as terrifying as the disfigured face beneath.

American Horror Story White Nun

The American Horror Story: Asylum trailers feature a stark white nun who seems innocent enough that is until black tears start running out of her eyes. This creepy costume is perfect for those that might leave it to the last minute.

Sister Jude from American Horror Story: Asylum

Sister Jude wasn’t always managing a mental institution with an iron fist. The vicious nun used to wow audiences as a nightclub singer. This sultry history makes her a great character to cosplay but make sure you stick with a red chemise. Otherwise people will think you’re the standard “sexy” nun.

Angel of Death from American Horror Story: Asylum

The Angel of Death doesn’t fit the dark cloak and scythe stereotypes we’re all used to. In fact, the bearer of bad news, or good if you’re a patient at Briarcliff, has a lot of style. From her pillbox hat to red lipstick, the Angel of Death could easily pass as a 1940’s grieving housewife if it wasn’t for the black feathered wings.