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Amity Blight’s Grom Outfit from The Owl House

Amity Blight (voiced by the delightful Mae Whitman) isn’t one of Luz Noceda’s biggest fans. At least not at the start of the series. But by the time Grom rolls around she’s had a change of heart. And when Luz needs her most, Amity is there.

While Grom might sound like Prom, fashion on the Boiling Isles are a little different Rather than a long flowing gown Amity opts for a light purple undershirt with puffed sleeves, a darker purple vest over the top, and a knee-length skirt somewhere in between. Her socks match her shirt and come up to her ankles while her shoes are a little shorter than that and more closely match her vest. However that color is very hard to find and black boots are very close in color.

To finish her look you need accessories in addition to her main outfit. Her vest has a pink teardrop shape which you can recreate using fabric paint. A green wig and pointy ears give you that Boil Isles look while black triangle earrings are her only real accessory. Finally, when all is said and done, you may want a Grom crown all your own.

Hester from The School for Good and Evil

Hester is the daughter of a distinguished witch. Perhaps one of the most distinguished witches, specifically the one who lived in a gingerbread house. After losing her mother and arriving at the School for Evil, however, Hester begins to build her own legacy and set herself up as a distinguished student in her own right.

In the first book of the series Hester is describes as ” a tall girl with greasy black hair streaked red, black lipstick, a ring in her nose, and a terrifying tattoo of a buck-horned, red-skulled demon around her neck”. She is also said to have black eyes and dress in the black robes the students wear in the School for Evil.

The nose ring is easily replicated with a fake that pinches your nose and black lipstick is a must for the costume. Her black eyes, however, should only be replicated using contacts from a certified opthometrist as the low-cost versions off the internet carry serious risks to your eyes. To replicate her hair you’ll want to get a wig and some clip-in red extensions. Pomade can replicate a greasy look or you can leave that part out.

The robes aren’t described in great detail so a fairly plain witch’s costume is suggested. They range from witches robes to the kind of dark dress and collar that someone with Hester’s style might prefer.

Finally you’ll need body paint to recreate her tattoo. Then you’re ready to go off and take your own classes at the School for Evil.

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Jadis the White Witch from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Jadis, also known as the White Witch (played by Tilda Swinton) is the primary antagonist of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.  She is the person responsible for freezing Narnia in its one Hundred Years Winter.  Jadis’ clothing is typically white and grey, and she wears a crown of ice with a long wand.  It can be difficult to find an exact replica of her more specialized accessories, but a similar look can be achieved with smaller and more understated crystals.

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Marnie Piper

Marnie Piper (Kimberly J. Brown) is the protagonist of the Halloweentown movies from Disney Channel. Upon discovering her grandmother Aggie Cromwell (Debbie Reynolds) is a witch, she sneaks onto the magical bus to Halloweentown, full of other supernatural creatures. The first film deals with an evil warlock named Kalabar, and the second on the revenge of his son, where Marnie must stop them both. The third movie revolves around Marnie bringing students from Halloweentown to high school in the mortal world. There’s a fourth movie too, but we don’t talk about it. Throughout the saga, Marnie steps into her power as an headstrong, independent witch. Iron or sew on the moon and star appliques to the hat and cloak as shown in the picture. A second option could be to cut the shapes out of silver foil, as the material looks rather shiny. For some extra magic, add silver trim to the lining of the cloak.

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Willow Park from The Owl House

Willow Park (voiced by Tati Gabrielle) is a talented witch on the Disney Channel series The Owl House.  Willow is friends with Gus and Luz, and she has a natural affinity for plant magic. Once on the abomination track, Willow now follows the plant track at Hexside.  Willow’s costuming is very classically elven in nature, consisting of green underlayers, black boots, and a cowl.

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Ashley from WarioWare

Ashley from WarioWare

Ashley (most recently voice by Erica Lindbeck) is a witch-in-training that largely appears in the Wario games. She makes a few appearances in other Nintendo franchises like Super Smash Bros. but for the most part she is a character in Wario minigames. Her interests are almost solely related to becoming a better witch while her demon friend, Red, takes care of most everything else.

Cosplaying as Ashley is thankfully more straight-forward than her magic spells are! You need a long black wig that you style into pigtails. A little orange ha and an orange neck scarf with a skull brooch act as accessories while a red dress, black tights, and red shoes make up the outfit. A little stuffed demon finishes off the costume as your very own Red!

Stella from Bubble Witch Saga

Stella from Bubble Witch

In the Bubble Witch Saga series, Stella is a witch who uses her wand to move bubbles and defeat Malevolent Morgana. Stella’s look includes fiery pink hair, freckles, and green eyes. She has a pair of cats named Nero and Violet, one naughty and one nice.

Sabrina Spellman from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Sabrina Spellman from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

In Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) is teenager attending Baxter High. As a half human and half witch, she tries to maintain a balance between her dark education and a normal teenage life. She’s often accompanied by Salem Saberhagen, a former witch sentenced to spend an indefinite amount of time as a black cat.

Scary Godmother

Scary Godmother

Scary Godmother is the comic book and animated character of the same name, written and illustrated by Jill Thompson. The children’s books were first published in 1997 then eventually spawned into an animated TV film in 2003.