10 Elegant Poison Ivy Designs

Poison Ivy cosplay is so much fun to tinker with. Today’s feature abandons all classic comic designs and focuses on creativity! A little bit steampunk, a little Victorian, and a whole lot of gorgeous, these Poison Ivy costumes all have one thing in common. They’re just plain pretty!

poison_by_artifice_by_vera_baby-d687xi4 First up is Vera Baby! This gorgeous cosplayer has a Facebook page that’s as addictive as they come. Visit to see her lovely Poison Ivy with a leaf like skirt and stay for the rest of her portfolio. It’s beautiful work!
Costume by: Artifice Clothing. Find them on Facebook here.
Photographer: Jeff Hui Photography. Find him on Facebook here.

971657_498573670212928_310152482_nPretty Lush Cosplay’s bug sprayer is a re-purposed 1950s antique. It’s the perfect prop for her steampunk design and I love the flowers in her hair. Visit her Facebook page to see more photos like this and a portfolio that will keep you clicking. Seek out her Tink, and stay for her timeline!
Costume, wig, and makeup by: Pretty Lush Cosplay and SMP Designs
Wig by: Gothic Lolita Wigs
Photographer: Amanda Elemental Irwin

92801cca87439c4041bec867e460a179 There is nothing Crystal Graziano – Precious Cosplay can’t do! Her Poison Ivy is a work of art, and absolutely breathtaking. Notice the shoes, the beautiful train, and the detailed bodice. She’s a true artist and her portfolio proves it! Go, just be prepared to stay!
Photographer: Eurobeat Kasumi Photography

564771_1221163354690879_1986032275_nThe minute I saw Marie Grey as a steampunk Poison Ivy I knew I had to feature her. She’s fantastic! Visit her Facebook page to see a constantly updating timeline and one heck of a portfolio. You’ll be a fan, I promise!
Photographer: Soulfire Photography

1069368_578359918869574_141035833_nThis steampunk Poison Ivy is Miss Piratesavvy. Her Facebook page is a blast, but the real treasure is her YouTube channel. Cosplay, cosplay, and so much fun!
Photographer: None credited

1482806_616306031763406_1078774431_n Major Sam Cosplay created this stunning Poison Ivy evening gown and I absolutely love it. The bodice material changes color depending on the light so its different in every photo. Don’t believe me? Like her Facebook page and see for yourself!
Photographer: Steven Brown

il_570xN.490755777_q7xu Cos Couture doesn’t just feature cosplayers. We feature designers to! Pandora’s Closet is the talent behing this steampunk Poison Ivy and I love all of the details. Notice the vine material and floral bustle. So pretty! You can stay in touch by following them on Facebook here.
Photographer: None credited

d0f62952ce2dc1dce7d6d6840ae27c3b I’m going to have to insist that you visit Avant-Geek on Facebook. This photo of her tulle skirt was to lovely to pass up but you’re missing the other big wow about her cosplay. An incredible carnivorous rose!
Photographer: None credited

543703_324955760913352_1448912170_n Ardella is such an elegant cosplayer. She has a rare talent of turning her head just so or moving her arms and all of the sudden you feel like you’re looking at a painting. Isn’t she stunning? Like her Facebook page to see many more shots like this. (Tip: Seek out Sarah and Jessica Rabbit!)
Photographer: WhatABigCamera

281320_431732613548836_250360027_n Last but never least! Every time I visit BewitchedRaven’s page I become a bigger fan. Look at her 50’s Poison Ivy! From her pillbox hat to her purple heels she is perfection. Every design on her page is pretty, unique, and distinctly her own. You have to be seriously talented to pull that off and she does it effortlessly. Go see!
Photographer: MadFishX


  1. Thanks for some amazing and beautiful pictures. I’m so impressed.

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