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Belle Delphine from I’M BACK

Belle Delphine is a popular model and Internet personality who rose to fame with her cosplay and e-girl style through YouTube, Instagram, and Twitch. Belle first grabbed headlines when she sold her own bath water as GamerGirl Bath Water for $30 per bottle… and sold out. She also opened a Pornhub account that uploaded innocent videos with suggestive titles. After rumors of her death, or at least the death of her celebrity, she made a trollish and triumphant return with her music video “I’m Back”, spitting lines like “All these simps always talkin’ shit” and “Uwu, buy my OnlyFans, you big Chad” while flashing ahegao facess.

Lizzo in “Juice”

Blame it on the juice! This iconic outfit is from the music video of the hit song “Juice” by Lizzo. The successful hip hop/soul artist rocks a hot pink 80s style workout fit. Currently, the song has nearly 300 million streams on Spotify and the official video has nearly 70 million views on Youtube.

Hayley Williams in Cinnamon

Hayley Williams in the “Cinnamon” Music Video

Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams’ aesthetic has evolved considerably since her band’s early 2000s punk-rock heyday. Life events have prompted both an inspiring, thought-provoking solo album and steps away from her iconic orange hair color. The colorful music video for “Cinnamon” concludes a story sequence which, using fantastical and slightly disturbing imagery, conveys Hayley Williams’ recovery process following traumatic life experiences and depression.

Note: In these videos, Hayley Williams wears the front of her hair bleached blond, while the back side is dark brown. In “Cinnamon,” it is heavily teased and tied back with a scrunchie. You can achieve this style by clipping dark brown hair extensions into the back of a blond wig.

Strive from Starlight Brigade by TWRP

Strive from “Starlight Brigade” by TWRP

Strive is the protagonist of the music video for TWRP’s song, “Starlight Brigade,” featuring singer Dan Avidan (better known for his more provocative stage name). The young elfin humanoid, a citizen of the planet Moebius, finds himself pulled into an intergalactic journey with the band’s cartoon Starlight Brigade personas.

Using blue and white face-paint as a base, you can follow GhostlyCosplay’s makeup tutorial for Strive’s makeup to complete this look.

Rin from Shelter

Rin from Shelter

In the music video for the Porter Robinson single Shelter, Rin is a teenage girl who finds herself alone in the world. It’s revealed that a planetary object was on a collision course with planet Earth, and her scientist father labored for years to build a spacecraft for her to survive, forever plugged into the spacecraft’s simulation to experience life.

Billie Eilish Bad Guy Yellow Outfit

Billie Eilish Yellow Outfit from Bad Guy

In the music video for Bad Guy, Billie Eilish smashes through the backdrop in an all-yellow outfit with hoodie and baggy cargo pants. Along with removing her Invisalign and wearing a snorkeling mask, this outfit reflects her goofy streetwear style that doesn’t take itself too seriously. You pay the price for the authentic pieces from Reserved Essential or opt for the more attainable alternatives… we’ve listed both.

Shy Ronnie

Shy Ronnie

In the Saturday Night Live digital shorts “Shy Ronnie” and “Shy Ronnie 2: Ronnie & Clyde”, Shy Ronnie (Andy Samberg) is an overly shy character who duos with Clyde (played by Rihanna). After Rihanna sings the hook and it’s time for Ronnie to rap, he finds himself too awkward to perform, instead whispering into the mic, wetting his pants, and letting out an awkward haHAA laugh that has since become a meme and Twitch emote. For this costume, use the fake blood for his left foot, where he accidentally shoots himself while robbing a bank.

Rihanna as Clyde from Shy Ronnie

Clyde from Ronnie & Clyde

In the Lonely Island follow-up to Shy Ronnie, Shy Ronnie 2: Ronnie & Clyde, Clyde (played by Rihanna) is a 1920s gangster who robs a bank with Shy Ronnie. Maybe not the best choice of criminal accomplice or musical partner ever, as Shy Ronnie shoots himself in the foot and whispers his commands to the hostages. Supply your own Jon Hamm to complete the look.

David Bowie from Life on Mars

David Bowie from Life on Mars

In the music video for the 1971 single “Life on Mars”, glam rock star David Bowie is dressed in a turquoise “ice-blue” designer suit and heavy makeup. This unique look presents yet another facet of Bowie alongside his personas Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke.

white and nerdy weird al

White and Nerdy Weird Al

White and Nerdy is a persona of Weird Al Yankovic
shown in the music video for the titular song from his 2006 album Straight Outta Lynwood. The look and song is a parody of Chamillionaire’s hit song “Ridin’ Dirty.”