Cos Couture is available for convention appearances, panels, guest judging, promotions, and charity events. All convention appearances are covered extensively on social media and include at least one large article and one large photo album on our Facebook page. More dates for 2015 will be announced soon!

Our 2015 schedule: (More dates coming soon!)
Jan. 9th-11th – Wizard World New Orleans
Feb. 27th-Mar. 1st – Pensacon
Aug. 8th & 9th – Pensacola Comic Convention
Sept. 4th-7th – Dragon Con
Sept. 26th & 27th – Monster-Con
Nov. 6th-8th – FANdom Con
Dec. 11th-13th – Geekonomicon

Would you like to have Cos Couture visit your con? Please message them and tell them! We’re armed with giveaways, goodies, and we want to meet you!

Panel topics include but aren’t limited to:
-Positivity in Cosplay
-Maximizing Your Facebook Page Reach
-Meet the Writer. Cos Couture Q&A

Articles and interviews featuring Gillian and Cos Couture.
Gillian’s interview with Word of the Nerd.
Featured Listing on The Geek Pages.


“Gillian is a professional through and through. She manages to maintain the high standards of quality for Cos Couture, while remaining open and inclusive for cosplayers of all skill levels. Her positivity is infectious, and shines in a community often caught up in competition.”
Eris Walsh
Writer and Creator of She-Geeks

“I first stumbled upon Cos Couture by accident, but it might have been one of the best accidents I have ever been a part of because Cos Couture has quickly became one of my most favorite cosplay sites out there. Not to mention I made a invaluable friend in the sites owner Gillian. She truly cares for the cosplay community. She spends most of her time ensuring that the community is a safe and comfortable place for everyone. Not to mention Gillian took what was a simple idea and turned it into a ground breaking site for all of us to enjoy and contribute to. Cos Couture taught me that there is a way to showcase talent from all walks of life without any judgement or rating systems. And whenever I am featured on the site I am honored and excited to see my photo up there alongside fabulous and talented cosplayers. Cos Couture is an incredible site that takes care of its viewers and contributors and really cares about what and who they post. Ten out of ten thumbs up from me.”
Roxy Lee GG
Blogger for Geek Girls, Cosplayer, and Makeup Artist



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  • A 1930s Bride Updo

    Pinned: 16 Nov 2015
  • 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'.

    Pinned: 16 Nov 2015
  • how to wear a 1940s hair snood plus 4 hair tutorials via Va-Voom Vintage

    Pinned: 16 Nov 2015
  • 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

    Pinned: 16 Nov 2015
  • 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!

    Pinned: 16 Nov 2015
  • 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

    Pinned: 13 Nov 2015
  • ok Marichia on the beach with an umbrella???@Norell Wyatt

    Pinned: 13 Nov 2015
  • This would be a cute save the date picture. Have the couple kissing and the date written on the umbrella

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