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Patchy the Pirate from SpongeBob SquarePants

Spongebob might live in a pineapple under the sea but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have fans on land. In fact he has a whole fan club. And Patchy the Pirate (played by Tom Kenny) is the president. Self-appointed, of course. But that still counts! And with his trusty – if snarky – cohost Potty close at hand, he’s always ready for a special Spongebob adventure!

Patchy is pretty much your stereotypical pirate. He wears a black tricorn hat over a red bandana along with an eye patch and a scraggly black beard. A purple velvet jacket over a white shirt pairs with a set of black “pirate pants” and black boot covers for a look fit for a presidential pirate. A black sash repurposed as a bandolier, a hook toy for your hand, a fake peg leg, and a green parrot toy finish off the look!

Loretha “Cookie” Lyon

Loretha “Cookie” Lyon is the main character on the FOX series, Empire. She co-founded Empire Entertainment alongside her husband Lucious Lyon. The couple had three children named Andre, Jamal, and Hakeem. After serving time in prison for distributing drugs, she returned to share ownership of the company. She later left to create her own label, Lyon Dynasty, but she rejoined when Empire acquired it. Personality-wise, Cookie is an outspoken individual who always demands respect, including from her children. She is especially driven, preferring to take matters into her own hands and take what is rightfully hers. However, she is very loyal and cares about the ones she loves. Key elements to Cookie’s style include fur coats,  hoop earrings, and animal prints — specifically leopard.

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Lizzie McGuire

Lizzie McGuire (played by Hilary Duff) is the thirteen-year-old protagonist of the Disney Channel original series with the same name.  Lizzie is a fairly average teenage girl, navigating school and life with her best friends Gordo and Miranda by her side.  What sets Lizzie apart is her animated alter ego, who often breaks the fourth wall to speak directly to the audience and voice Lizzie’s inner thoughts.  Whether you choose to recreate cartoon Lizzie or her real life counterpart, this is a fun chance to bust out all of the quirky ’90s accessories you may have stowed away out of embarrassment.  So grab your bell bottoms and your platform sandals, and strut your stuff with your favorite glitter lip gloss.  The ’90s are back!

Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures

Babs Bunny is a character in the Warner Bros animated series, Tiny Toon Adventures. She is a performer with a knack for improvisation and impressions. But sometimes her spot-on impressions annoy her friends, or gets her into trouble. Cheerful yet sassy, Babs loves the spotlight and comedic entertainment. She has a distinct feminine flair as indicated by her outfit and hairbows. Her best friend is Buster Bunny.

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Nagito Komaeda from Danganronpa

Nagito Komaeda (voiced by Megumi Ogata and Bryce Papenbrook) is one of the students in class 77-B at Hope’s Peak Academy in the Danganronpa anime series.  Nagito is a sickly-looking boy with pale skin and faded pink-ish hair.  His original costuming includes an army green jacket, black jeans, and tan boots, while his appearance in Danganronpa 3 includes a brown suit, tie, and red and green vest.  Finding a vest in the right colors might be difficult, so focus on the deep-V design in order to emulate the silhouette and get as close to the original as possible.

Daisy Duck

Daisy Duck is a classic Disney character. She is Donald Duck’s girlfriend. She also is Minnie Mouse’s best friend, and together they share a love for fashion and style. Daisy is the more assertive and sassy of the two, which allows her to scold Donald’s temper tantrums. While she may have an explosive temper of her own, she is much better at controlling it. Like the other classic characters, Daisy appears in The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Mickey Mouse Cartoons, as well as the parks and merchandising.

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Nico Yazawa from Love Live!

Nico Yazawa (voiced by Sora Tokui and Erica Mendez) is one of the nine main characters of the anime series Love Live!  Nico is upbeat and cheerful, though this aspect of her personality does not detract from the fact that she is also often abrasive and self-centered.  Nico loves fashion and was the previous president of the Idol Research Club.  Nico’s costume consists of a blue plaid skirt, pink cardigan, and blue blazer with gold buttons.

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Raven Baxter from That’s So Raven

“Oh snap!” Raven Baxter (Raven Symone) is the protagonist of the Disney Channel show That’s So Raven. She is a confident, fun-loving teenager who struggles to hide the fact that she can see the future. Her psychic visions only show a small segment of what will happen, so she tends to read it the wrong way. Hilarity ensues as she scrambles to change the event, blowing the whole thing out of proportion. Usually she recruits her two best friends, Chelsea and Eddie, to help. Aside from her powers, Raven adores fashion, with a love for making and designing outfits. An all grown up Raven stars in the sequel/spin-off, Raven’s Home, where her son inherits her psychic abilities.

Tadaomi Karasuma from Assassination Classroom

Tadaomi Karasuma is a supporting character in the comedic anime Assassination Clasroom. He’s an agent sent from Japan’s Ministry of Defense to monitor Korosensei at Kunugigoka Junior High School. He was hired as the physical education and assistant teacher for Class 3-E.  Karasuma is strict yet kind, and prefers not to get particularly close with the students due to his profession. He’s not completely incapable of emotion but he’s rather oblivious when it comes to romantic feelings.

Gakuhō Asano from Assassination Classroom

Gakuho Asano is a minor character in the comedic anime Assassination Classroom. He is the board chairman of Kunugigaoka Junior High School and the antagonist of the first half of the series. His obsession with a perfect education solidifies his priorities, in which he will put perfecting and maintaining pedagogy over anything else. This leads to a strained relationship with his son, Gakushu Asano, the student council president, as he only views him as a tool to perfecting the system. When a student takes his own life, Gakuho realizes his morality is skewed and blames himself. As a result, he becomes more mellow and less condescending in his teaching methods.