Spotlight on Detty Cosplay


Today’s featured artist is Detty Cosplay! I have fallen in love with this amazing team and they are taking the cosplay community by storm. John Detty, the cosplayer in the photos, is an actor from New York City and his portfolio is growing fast. Costume designs fly out thanks to Jessica, the designer and mastermind […]

12 TARDIS Dresses


How many ways can you wear the royal blue? The only limit is your imagination! Doctor Who style is everywhere and I can’t seem to stop featuring it. Get ready to shop, lace up, and let’s test the limits of the TARDIS! This photo of Twerkin Gherkin made me fall in love with TARDIS dresses […]

10 Velma Cosplays


Jinkies! One of my favorite smarty pants characters is finally joining Cos Couture’s archives! Velma always figured it out and her simple outfit is an icon for many cartoon lovers. Meet 10 of my favorite Velma cosplayers in today’s feature and get ready to click some links. Each one puts her own spin on this […]

Spotlight on Templar Digital


Today’s featured artist is Brian Lansangan of Templar Digital! I adore Brian’s action packed photography style and his editing work is incredible. His photos have appeared in dozens of Cos Couture’s articles and with cosplayers lining up to work with him I know the best is yet to come. Brian is warm, friendly, and has […]

10 Lady Loki Cosplays


Gender bend! While I’ve been looking for Loki cosplayers for months I’ve been collecting my favorite Rule 63 designs. The variety is amazing and going bad has never looked so good. Meet 10 talented ladies in today’s feature and do me a favor? Message me if you have a favorite male Loki. I’ll always listen, […]

9 Crimson Viper Cosplays


C. Viper appears in Street Fighter and is such a striking character. This CIA operative packs a metal knuckle punch and stands out on a con floor. Meet 10 of my favorites below and get ready to like some new pages! First up is KO Cosplay in one of her signature cosplays. She’s exquisite as […]



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  • A 1930s Bride Updo

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  • I think part of my weakness for 1940s hair is how *neat and pretty* it is at the same time as it's *securely stowed.* Pin these styles well enough (and maybe even pomade them a little, I don't know), and you don't have to be terrified of wind. You can go on about your business without forever worrying about your hair. And that's. ~relieved sigh~ That's worth somethin'.

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  • how to wear a 1940s hair snood plus 4 hair tutorials via Va-Voom Vintage

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  • I hate victory rolls, beehives, and a lot of pin-up hair styles for this day and age, but some of these are JUST low-key enough to be used on occasion

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  • If you don't have bobby pins, try it with two hair ties. Start by pulling the back half of your hair into a high ponytail using one tie. Then, pull the rest of your hair into a larger ponytail around the first. This will give you the height and pop you are looking for!

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  • 1960′s Bombshell Hair Tutorial

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  • The Freckled Fox : Sweetheart Hair Week: Tutorial #1 - Classic Bombshell

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  • love this look, love the turban, great high school senior photography pose

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  • ok Marichia on the beach with an umbrella???@Norell Wyatt

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  • This would be a cute save the date picture. Have the couple kissing and the date written on the umbrella

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