9 Classic Movie Cosplays

Cosplay is for everyone and these amazing cosplayers push the limits all the way into the past. There’s no science fiction, just good old fashioned classic movie designs! Go black and white and make what was old new again!

426410_258707670865247_148790564_nFirst up is Dayna Baby Lou as Audrey Hepburn from the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It’s a gorgeous cosplay and I love that she kept her signature platinum blonde hair and added some sparkle to Audrey’s pearls. Make it your own guys!
Additional links for Dayna Baby Lou: Twitter
Photographer: Photography by Tim Somerville

1380577_229441000555245_1688039839_nAlfred Hitchcock’s Psycho! This is Callie Cosplay and she nails it as Janet Leigh. I adore her classic movie cosplay series and they’re a blast to follow on Facebook. Go find them all and be prepared to stay!
Additional links for Callie Cosplay: Her Website, Twitter, DeviantArt, and YouTube
Photographer: David Love Photography on Facebook

Charlie_Chaplin_audition_2_by_PoofHead_8DNo Facebook page, but PoofHead-8D is adorable as Charlie Chaplin.
Photographer: None credited

c_l_e_o_p_a_t_r_a_by_hart_worx-d3fazniThis incredible photo shoot of Cleopatra is by Hartmut Nörenberg. It’s reminds me of the classic Elizabeth Taylor movie from 1963. Bold colors, bold makeup, and all that gold!
Additional links for Hartmut Nörenberg: Facebook and His Website
Model: Helene Chevalier
Hair & Make-Up by: Punthip Schramm

10488032_794489477257918_3725262750394302349_nMovies not your thing? Try classic comics and cartoons! I love Daniratoe Cosplay as Betty Boop and think she’s adorable. Betty is near and dear to my heart because this “liberated” female character did so much for women back in the day.

Fun Fact: Did you know Max Fleischer (The creator of Betty Boop) hired the FIRST EVER female animator? He did, and I love him for it!
Additional links for Daniratoe Cosplay: DeviantArt, Twitter, and Instagram
Photographer: Sandy Fotografía & Diseño

sabrina_by_ladygiselle-d5tspazThis is LadyGiselle as Audrey Hepburn in the classic movie Sabrina. Guys, that dress. The original Paris Dress by Givenchy made millions of women fall in love… me included! (And don’t get me started on the adorable Catwoman hat that she wore with the black dress!)
Photographer: Francesco Ambuchi photography

Harumph_by_LauraAlena LauraAlenaBlue is amazing as Charlie Chaplin. I love this cosplay, grainy photo and all!
Photographer: None credited

11287_166186960196622_314521399_n ER Collective is a cosplaying duo that made my day when I spotted this photo in their portfolio. They’re Nan Adams and Rod Serling from The Twilight Zone! (The Hitch-Hiker episode.) That is amazing!
Photographer: None credited

10342839_763828940334304_6444440070048427398_nLast but never least, this is JusZ Cosplay as Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She looks absolutely gorgeous and I adore her Facebook page. Visit to see more photos and the rest of her portfolio!
Additional links for JusZ Cosplay: Twitter and Instagram
Photographer: Ellen Lovely Pix

Can I request more classic cosplays guys? I adore Audrey Hepburn and her black and white Ascot dress is one of my unicorns. Its so heartbreakingly beautiful and I’ve never seen it cosplayed. Why?! Considering I chose my wedding gown because it reminded me of My Fair Lady’s Embassy ballgown I’m totally not impartial but really… pick a movie star. Any movie star, and bring a little classic style to a con floor!

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