9 Jessica Rabbit Cosplays

Look closely at Jessica Rabbit and you’ll start to see how hard she is to cosplay. The dress design is physically impossible, it will not stay up the way it’s drawn. Add in an extremely exaggerated figure and you’ve got quite a challenge! So how does one cosplay such a difficult character? Like this!


Now this is Jessica Rabbit! Yaya Han designed and modeled this dress herself. That insane figure was achieved through a custom corset and strategic padding. Check out her Facebook page to see more galleries of this talented cosplayer. Everything she designs is pure perfection!
Photographer:Jay Tablante – Find him on Facebook here.

0824341b2fce0395a6baeae1d53375f7 BetsyBonBon is a flawless Jessica Rabbit in a dress designed by God Save the Queen Fashions. I love the stark contrast in this photo. Sometimes a simple white background really is best!
Photographer: Fenyx Design

jessica_rabbit_cosplay_by_nayelicoss-d5mda66 I can totally see NayeliCoss singing onstage. Her cosplay of the Toontown “sin”sation is just plain fun!
Photographer: Omar Estrada

jessica_rabbit_cosplay_pinup_by_captpatriot2020-d5zpadz Photographer CaptPatriot2020 captures the leggy look of this character perfectly. Jessica Rabbit is all about the exaggerated poses and classic charm!
Model – Ruby

555339_555338954479318_1438382271_n Srta.Roxanne created the dress from scratch. It, and the gloves, were totally handmade for a custom fit. I love the curly, natural hair and that bunny head! Well done!
Photographer – Hyracodon Photograpy Studio

jessica-rabbit-costume-5 The first time I ever thought “How pretty!” about Jessica Rabbit was looking at Kay Pike. Doesn’t she bring an old Hollywood feel to Toontown?
Photographer: None credited

4be705278499367cfbd2a34d596bb6d9 Now that is a dress! Samantha SamSam nails the Jessica pose in this cosplay. I love her Veronica Lake hairstyle!
PHOTOGRAPHER – Celeste Giuliano Photography

why_don__t_you_do_right____jessica_rabbit_by_ardella-d54edpb Ardella is amazing. I love her dress design and that wicked hourglass figure. (That is so much harder than it looks!) Like her Facebook page to see more beautiful shots and more of her cosplay work. Cos Couture will be remembering her!
Photographer: Kris Ezergailis – Find him on Facebook here

jessica_rabbit_by_diacita-d4b9g9p Last up is Diacita and I swear she looks like she just walked out of Toontown. There is that impossible dress design and spot on makeup! I love the bows on her shoes!
Photographer: The amazing Alexander Kitsune

I’m sorry guys, I have to… “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.” We couldn’t make it through a whole post without saying it once, could we?

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    • Beautiful! I’ll have to pin her. I know I’ll have another Jessica Rabbit post in a while and it’s nice to keep a look out!

  1. Oh, these are nice, I too, make the Jessica Rabbit Gown. See me!

  2. These are absolutely amazing. I’m not sure if you are in contact with any of these girls, but the creator of Jessica Rabbit, Gary K. Wolf, is coming out with his latest novel in the Roger Rabbit series: Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?, and in anticipation of its publication in November we are holding a Jessica Rabbit look alike contest on his Facebook page! We’d love if you or any of these girls (if you know them) would like to partake :) Here is the link to our contest: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=178912292295334&set=a.173563839496846.1073741828.166286160224614&type=1&theater


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