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Johanna does not have time for this Hunger Games nonsense
she’s just one of those contestants who is constantly having her mouth, hands, and other parts blurred out on television.
My Death The Girl Cosplay Checklist:
Okay. So I’m going to Anime Boston 2014 and I’ll be cosplaying as Death The Girl cause lets face it, who doesn’t love DTK? He’s just fucking fabulous, haha. Anyways, since I hate buying those expensive as fuck cosplay online that end up looking completely fake and unnatural when you wear them, I decided to improvise and style my own Death the Kid (Girl Version) cosplay to the best of my abilities with my limited funding. Cause, really, I’m a broke bitch. No lie. Lol. Okay and so, I based my style on the DTG picture above. I really liked her outfit and decided to model my version of DTG after that design.
In reality, all you need to pull off this costume with the most natural look possible is regular everyday clothes—like a black dress or a black jumper skirt or a white blouse, black vest, black skirt combo—and then just add the stripes that lets everybody recognize it as DTK’s style. Of course the golden eyes and the three stripes on the hair is a must since those two features is what otakus think of when identifying Death the Kid. Those two things are universal knowledge, especially the stripes in the hair—those are very important. As for the length, it can either be short hair or long or even have bangs. Whatever you wish, after all, she’s your Death the Girl and you make her look as you wish. She’s your interpretation and the most important thing is that you are comfortable in your own skin while cosplaying as DTG. Hm, for your legs you can wear regular socks, stockings, whatever suits your version of the outfit best, same goes for the shoes. Flats, combat shoes, knee high boots, classy shoes—as long as they’re black it doesn’t matter what you use.
The Death brooch that DTK has as a tie, as the female version you don’t have to have it. Well, you have to wear it on your person, yes, but not in the same place as DTK or even the exact brooch. DTG can wear a Death necklace, maybe. Or, like, a Death hairpin, Death bracelet, Death belt. Anything! As a woman she can rock the Death accessory in any way that she wants. She can even wear them as freaking earrings! Everything works! Uhm, what else is there? Ah yesh! The rings the DTK always rocks, as DTG you can change it up a bit and make them into bracelets or something. Or you can just keep the rings and have the bracelets with it as well. Whatever floats your boat, y’know. The entire costume has to be to your liking, your style, and not anybody else’s. And if they don’t like your version of DTG, then they can take up with Kid’s daddy Death, haha.
So yesh, that’s basically all there is to cosplaying as Death the Girl without wasting so much money on DTK’s outfit. Plus, this way it looks way more realistic, as if you were really DTK’s sister or something. It works, man! It works! Anywhooo, these are some examples of Death the Girl costumes that look very good and natural (1, 2, 3, 4)—I really liked those. They looked awesome and each had their own personality embossed in them, you could tell.
This has been a sort of tutorial, sort of explaining my own costume version of Death the Girl and sort of my opinion on how to cosplay as DTG efficiently enough. Hope you guys liked it and that it helped some female (or male) out there with their Death the Girl cosplay! :D
♣It’s been a real slice, happy cocoa-hunting and may the odds be ever in your favor. Deuces, Lil-Miss-Klutzy out!♣